Worshop for 100 individuals

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  • #9157
     Luis 
    Participant

    Dear all, I was invited for a 100 people workshop [not yet assigned].
    The client request the following for a 4 hours session:
    – to be aimed at ‘building’ something
    – to focus on ‘trust’
    – enhancing ‘exchanges’ and ‘sharing’

    Can I get some ideas and approach for this matter, regarding there´s 100 elements?

    Thank you in advance!

    best regards,
    Luis

    #9178
     Rodrigo Borgia 
    Participant

    Hi Luis,

    I have been workshops with close to this numbers.
    In my humble opinion, there is no chance to get deep in it, but for sure good instances of learning and group sharing.

    I would start with a good amount of time for a warm-up, close to one hour. Then, getting two different concepts in an hour per concept exercise; probably based in what means sharing and what means trust.
    This both in individual constructions for each to share on the table.

    And the last part of the workshop, to build in a group exercise the means of this subjects from a consensus perspective.

    Hope it helps.

    Have fun,

    Rodrigo

    #9181
     Luis 
    Participant

    Hi Rodrigo,

    thanks for the input! much appreciated.

    In case I get the work, where can I buy all that material for being available in 3 weeks?

    regards,
    Luis

    #9183
     Rodrigo Borgia 
    Participant

    Lego.com
    I dont know any other source for buying kits.

    #9184
     Rodrigo Borgia 
    Participant

    i cannot find your email nor your profile. feel free to drop me an email de rborgia@gamifica.net

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