Do you know what draws your team’s attention? Do you know what the team is missing? Are you a Big Picture team all seeing the same goal or are you so focused on the details you’ve forgotten the context?
This seemingly simple “memory” game asks your team to look at a picture and then answer questions on what they saw. Remembering, from one minute to the next, is only part of this ingenious game, which can also provide deeper insights into how a team may increase peripheral vision.
As the game is played and understood, will a leader appear to delegate pattern observations? The suggestion is to Notice what you Notice.
Could this be applied to how you participate in online meetings? What is drawing your teams attention? Are you missing business cues while observing the décor?
Teams will observe each picture for twenty seconds and then have another twenty seconds to collaborate on a team response to each question. There will be three questions per image. Testing quick response collaboration is another team building exercise that may make your eyes pop! Points will appear on the Leader Board. May the all-seeing and all-agreeing team win!
Where: Face to Face
Number of Participants: No minimum or maximum number of participants
Duration: 45 to 60 minutes
Pricing: £25 per person – No Set Up Fees – Includes Facilitator in each breakout room