Are there any obstacles to good communication in your team? Would you like to expose existing patterns and explore new paths together? A preliminary consultation allows you to define your topics with the workshop leader so that a programme can be tailored for you. In the workshop itself, the chosen themes are then worked through in entertaining and inspiring ways.
Two people sit opposite each other, each with a sheet of paper and a pen. Each has to draw the other, but there are rules: you can't look at the sheet while you're drawing, the pencil must never be set down, and the sheet has to be turned over at the end.
Before you start, you will have a chance to discuss your expectations. Do you think you'll be able to draw your opponent in accordance with the rules? Will your counterpart be recognisable? After the exercise, the drawings are examined, evaluated and discussed in relation to your initial expectations.
Other exercises for your team:
- Count up to 40 without two people speaking at the same time. After several failures, you will want to find strategies to reach the goal.
- A finger coordination exercise will be demonstrated, and participants have to follow suit. Laughter all-round, if it doesn't work! And because laughter is a normal human reaction to failure, you can use this potential for everyday learning strategies.
- Obstacle racing with remote-controlled cars - one person is responsible for the speed, one for the steering, one for the brakes. It gets tricky! Ul>
A balance between chaos and control
The point with all these exercises is to find a balance between chaos and control, to foster communication between participants, to expose entrenched patterns of behaviour, and to learn new strategies - and all in a fun and playful way. Humour is at the forefront of this workshop!
The workshop leaders
Toni Caradonna is a qualified physicist with experience in philosophy and mathematics too. He attended circus school in London, toured with the circus, and later trained as a higher education teacher. Since 1998 he has worked as adult educator all over the world. Tom Greder studied Human Movement (Education) in Australia and has been working as an artist, adult educator and dramaturge worldwide since 1988. Chris Torsani studied philosophy, after which he worked as marketing and communication manager for various companies in the sports industry, and has been a freelance coach, trainer and seminar leader in Europe and America since 2001.
Size of group
10 to 200 people
all year round
Seminar, conference, or training venue
German, French, English
|10 to 35 pers.||2'500.00||flat-rate|
|35 to 80 pers.||3'200.00||flat-rate|
|80 to 200 pers.||5'000.00||flat-rate|
Included in the price
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