Group exercises – Values

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Herman Otten
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This is one of our group exercises in which the team sits in a circle. You ask the team which value, when it comes to group work, they think is the most important to them.

Everyone gives his answer and you writes down each answer on a note card. After everyone has named his value you write the name of the participants on the remaining cards. You make two stables of cards. One with the values and one with the names.
In the next round each participant picks a card from the value card and a name card and tells the rest of the group how those two relate to each other.

The trainer can apply variations to the Group exercises:

  1. Next to values you can do the exercise with other topics. For example: challenges. Each team member now names what he thinks is the most important challenge the team is facing. In the next round everyone picks a challenge card and a name card and tells the rest of the team how he thinks those two relate to each other.
  2. You can also let each person only pick a value card. And choose a person himself to tell how he thinks that person relates to that value.
  3. Instead of saying out loud to a certain person how you thinks a value relates to him, you can also write this down in silence on the back of the card an give it to the person. In this case no one else hears what it is, so it stays private.

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