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November 10, 2008

Energizers - More of them

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Energizers - More of Them

Table of Contents
  1. Human Spiral
  2. Human Wave

Energizers - More of Them

Human Spiral
1. Get the participants to stand in a circle

2. The task for the group is to form a human spiral. They have to hold hands to do this.

3. Once they are in that shape, the next task is for them to form concentric circles, without letting go of each others hands.

Human Wave

1. Get the participants to stand.

2. The task for the group is to form a human wave (just like a wave of water).

3. The idea is for participants to look for different levels on the floor of the training premises. They can use a nearby staircase, or create the levels using, the benches/chairs,desks and floor in the training premises.

4. They have not more than 10 minutes to complete this activity.

5. Shoot this activity and play it back to them later so that they may observe the strategies and mistakes that they made. An accompanying debrief will prove useful to them to learn from this activity.

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Thank you

Thank you all for the enthusiastic response to the last issue. I hope you like this issue as much as I liked writing it.
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