Teambuilding Game: Hidden Numbers
June 28, 2007
Here's an easy to lead teamwork exercise for a group of 5 to 30 people that creates an opening for a powerful discussion on being able to see what's really going on.
Oftentimes in life the solution to a problem is right in front of us but we don’t see it because we allow ourselves to become distracted by extraneous information. In this case, the shoestring acts as a distraction.
Barry Rellaford uses this activity to help teams experience what he calls the "hidden variable of trust". You can hear Barry talk about how he uses this game HERE.
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