ScenarioCards 1 - TEAM & ORGANISATION
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We worked closely with an international team of illustrators to carefully examine typical situations that occur in teams and organizations. These ideas then flowed into the creation of 50 high-quality visual metaphors that shift the focus onto the truly significant themes of our work: transformation, development, conflict and communication, resources, leadership, goals and vision. The cards provide a new dimension as “conversational pacemakers,” making it easier to gain access to motives and emotional states and bring people in organizations a step closer to open dialog. They are the perfect tool for well-versed trainers to quickly pinpoint core issues, making it easier for participants to recognize and talk about them. They are a must-have for anyone who wants to quickly get to the heart of the matter.
ScenarioCards are robust, water resistant and still look good after extensive use.
|Time (not including review):||10-45 minutes|
|Space needed:||enough room for participants|
|Themes & Outcomes:||
TEAM AND ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: talking about topics relevant to the team, activating the team’s resources, discussing current issues and needs, talking about transformation processes, giving feedback, developing visions, and much more.
50 Picture Cards in Metalog pouch
|Dimensions:||22 x 22 x 3,5 cm|
In order to get the team talking about the intended topic of your workshop/seminar, invite each of the participants to choose two similar or different cards. Possible questions that they could use to help them make their selection: How is everyone? What needs do you have? Where do we want to go to? Where do the individual members feel the team experience is the same and where is it different? Who needs help and support?
My team is like …
Each participant selects one of the cards that they think represents a metaphor for the team. Then, each participant presents his or her card in turn.
Focus on the team’s resources by working with the question: “What are some of the most powerful resources and key strengths in your team? Select one or two similar or different cards.”
“Under pressure” vs. “energetic optimism”
Each participant is invited to select a card for their team that represents when the team acts under pressure and one for when it is in an energetic and optimistic state. The participants then share their thoughts on the differences and develop the best possible way of communicating under pressure.
Use the cards at the end of a team development workshop or seminar by getting the team to combine their cards and develop a joint “goal collage,” that of course can also contain pictures drawn by the participants themselves.
The members of the team each choose a card that they think represents a special quality that another team member possesses. They all find at least one card for one other member of the team. Then, each team member gives the other team member their cards and their feedback.