TT Shorts: The Family Game: a fun way to split into groups and create energy

It’s been a while since we did a short episode and I’ve had this one in the can for a while, so I thought I’d edit it up and put it out.

In this episode, I welcome back Seema Sarawgi who talks about a simple way to split larger groups into smaller sub-groups for activities. There are lots of ways to do this that are more interesting than saying “1, 2, 3” that can be fun and energising, can break down barriers and can lead into content or fit with teambuilding themes.

Here are the feeds to the podcast:

 Seema Sarawgi


Seema Sarawgi is a Learning and Development professional with around 8 years of experience of working with both public and private sectors in India and the UKread more about Seema here.

 

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TT Shorts: The Paper Tower: a quick and simple teambuilding tool

In this short extra episode of the Trainer Tools podcast series, I talk to Seema Sarawgi about a simple but effective technique she uses in teambuilding events.

The Paper Tower is very simple to prepare for and run, and can be used as a quick way to get people talking and moving about, or to develop deeper learning around teamwork, planning, communication and leadership in the context of the organisation.

Here are the feeds to the podcast:

 Seema Sarawgi


Seema Sarawgi is a Learning and Development professional with around 8 years of experience of working with both public and private sectors in India and the UKread more about Seema here.

 

TT Shorts: The Clapping Exercise – an icebreaker that cures hair loss!

I didn’t want to leave a big gap over summer, so I thought I’d chuck in another short podcast about a simple energiser, or icebreaker (it can be either, or both) that anyone can use on any course.

It’s not just an icebreaker though, it also has positive health benefits (see here), including preventing hair loss! Something I wish I’d known about a few years ago.

Seema Sarawgi explains how she uses this and how it’s a simple, fun and energetic way to start a training day.

Here are the feeds to the podcast:

 Seema Sarawgi


Seema Sarawgi is a Learning and Development professional with around 8 years of experience of working with both public and private sectors in India and the UKread more about Seema here.

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