Workshop Activities: Experience
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These experience activities are great for introducing people to new experiences that they might not have felt they were capable of. It’s important to build up to these activities and to have used some effective icebreakers before you get started.
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One of our all-time favorite theater games. This is useful to open up the storytelling voice.
This is a great way to explore issues using body expression.
Explore the use of the body to express an idea or emotion. This can be a great warm-up for a sculpture activity.
Of all the facilitation games we use, this one allows groups to talk about communication.
This is an experiential activity that opens conversations about diversity, empathy and sensitivity.
This game explores how and why we try to take power over others.
This is a great way to think about where there might be hidden resources in a community. It’s also a fantastic listening exercise.
What Brings You Joy
This is a great way to deepen relationships in the group, and to encourage positivity and active listening.
Develop listening and communication skills and introduce the idea of the body rhythm.
This activity is great for energizing a group and building the creative risk to allow everyone to take creative leadership in a safe environment.
From out Network:
Into the Jungle
Characterisation helped me teach members difficult exchange processes in an easy and fun environment.
The Power of Metaphors – demonstration video with our co-founder Charlie Murphy: