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Find “who you are” without asking this question.
Use this excercise as an energizer in the beginning of a training, also to improve communication skills of the participants.
When to use it?
improve communication skills
Post It cards
Set up a circle standing next to each other, facing the next persons back
Ask the group to put the name of someone famous and/or dead, not necessarily a real person or human being, on a Post It paper and to stick it to the back of the person standing in front of us, facing us with his/her back
Aim of the exercise is to find out who we are by questioning others
We can ask any kind of question except Who am I?
Follow up questions:
How difficult was it to find out who you are? Did you use any strategy to find out who you are?
Instead of guessing persons you can also do the game with objects “ What am I ?”
Move from general to personal questions in pairs and circles.
Map of expectations
Visualize the expectations and worries of participants on a map. Use the method also for evaluation and voting.
Map of participants
Put your city on the map and tell a few sentences about this place.
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