Monthly Archives: July 2016

Pair Up!

We’ve mentioned Thiagi (Sivasailam Thiagarajan, Ph. D.) before. Here’s an activity from his website, which we think you might like to try out. “Pair Up” is a short and simple activity which is accompanied by a debriefing discussion. It can become an effective exploration of two-person relationships. Purpose To explore factors related to two-person relationships. Participants Minimum: 6 Maximum: AnyContinue Reading

On teamwork

So what exactly is teamwork? “Simple stated, it’s less ‘me’ and more ‘we’.” Source unknownContinue Reading

Interactive stories

Sivasailam Thiagarajan, better known as Thiagi, is a renowned authority in the field of design and facilitation of training activities and games. In his article on “Storytelling“, he suggests 17 ways to create and use interactive stories in both face-to-face and virtual training sessions. You’ll find a lot of creative ideas! One of our favourites? “Retain the Ending,Continue Reading

More grammar for experts

Here’s a lovely little slideshow on how to express “wants and wishes”. You’ll learn when to use “I would like to …”, “I would have liked to …”, “I would rather …”, “I would sooner …”, “I wouldn’t mind …” and more.Continue Reading