Speed of Trust -- Workshop by Stephen M.R. Covey
Newsletter August 16, 2006

Teambuilding Game: Hole Tarp

The Hole Tarp teambuilding game helps teams explore the obstacles they face (represented by the holes in the tarp) and the strategies they will use to experience success.

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Comments

Frank Andrews

Looking for the rules of this game (Tennis ball on Tarp)

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