A variation of Sticky Situation;
While facilitating the University of Rochester New York MBA students orientation (150 students at a time) I wanted to lead sticky situation to illustrate team work, as well as solutions to problems when working within a boundary (guideline, rubric) that is not defined by the group.
While traveling to Rochester NY I stopped at a party city. While wandering the isles thinking how can I lead Sticky Situation with 150 MBA college students indoor teambuilding program. I saw the cray paper and thought "This is IT!" The activity went well and the content delivery piece of working within pre-defined boundaries developed a rich discussion.
What variations of ideas and activities have you used lately? How else could I have accomplished the same goal?
-Michael Cardus is the founder of Create-Learning-Team Building, an experiential based training and development consulting organization, as well as a blogger for TeamBuilding NY. Mike specializes in team development and leadership development consulting and training, creating team-building programs that retain talented staff members, increase production and effectiveness of your team. He lives in Buffalo, NY, and travels to you to serve your team-building and leadership training needs, wherever and whenever fits your schedule.