Newsletter: September 21, 2006
TeleSeminar: Working Solo With Large Groups -- Strategies And Games For the Solo Leader

Teambuilding Game: Ceiling Clock

The Ceiling Clock activity is the perfect exercise to help a group of people "get" the importance of perspective.  How we view / experience an event (situation) will determine what we think about that event.

Participants point at an imaginary clock pasted to the ceiling.  Ask everyone to point at the clock and then begin following the second hand around the face of the clock.  While you continue to point at the clock and follow the second hand, lower your hand.

Is your finger moving in a clockwise direction anymore?  What just happened?!


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