• By Jonathan Ruales
  • In DIY
  • Posted November 3, 2015

Spark Creativity and Resourcefulness with your Team

Spark your team’s creativity and resourcefulness with this fun icebreaker! Many think that creativity is an inborn trait rather than something that can be learned and developed. This may be so, but without a conducive environment for creativity to be expressed, how can we expect to see ideas arising from employees? The performance of today’s … Continued


  • By Jonathan Ruales
  • In DIY
  • Posted October 19, 2015

Team Communication Exercise: Constructive Feedback

The purpose of this team communication exercise for participants to learn how easily “but. . .” can interfere with constructive feedback by creating defensiveness, even when they mean well. They will also learn to replace “but. . .” with “and. . .” Use this when: Feedback is not being received very well. Individuals feel like others … Continued


Three Characteristics of a Successful Team

Cultivating characteristics of a successful team, in an office atmosphere that encourages productive, satisfactory work can be challenging for any entrepreneur. Everyone has different working preferences and different strengths and weaknesses, so it’s hard to find a suitable one-size-fits-all approach that works for everybody. It takes great leadership to build great teams. You need leaders … Continued


  • By Jonathan Ruales
  • In DIY
  • Posted October 5, 2015

Hone your Team’s Communication and Active Listening Skills

Communication and active listening will never go out of style! Here’s an excellent team icebreaker that will boost essential traits that successful companies and teams reflect! Me, Myself and I Purpose: Participants see how often their communication is centered on themselves. Use this when: Individuals need to improve their communication skills to focus less on … Continued


  • By Jonathan Ruales
  • In DIY
  • Posted September 21, 2015

Energize Your Team with This Quick Icebreaker!

Yes, you heard me correctly. Now, playing a game in the middle of the day may sound unimportant or even counterproductive to a workday. This however couldn’t be further from the truth! We are talking about something more important than just playing games. The American Workplace survey showed, 70% of U.S. employees aren’t engaged at work, … Continued


  • By Jonathan Ruales
  • In DIY
  • Posted September 9, 2015

Quick Team Activity for a Change

This quick team activity shows individuals how to cope with rapid-paced changes in the workplace. Me and U Time: 10-20 minutes Purpose: Learn how to accept and adapt to change in the workplace and accepting the minor mistake we’ll make Participants: 5-15 people Materials: None Arrange the group into a “U” formation. Have them count off … Continued


Survey Says

Jump into an entertaining battle of wits that will motivate its participants and engage the audience! Lights, camera, action! Welcome to Survey Says, a fast paced energetic game show program with a live TV atmosphere. Applying fun competition to drive team success, Survey Says takes its participants and audience through our very own innovative corporate … Continued


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Project Alzheimer’s™: Video of the Week

Alzheimer’s affects 5.6 million people and can be an unavoidable tribulation to many families. Wouldn’t it be amazing to find a way to reconnect these people with their original selves? Garnering inspiration from the movie “Alive Inside” and understanding music’s touch as a universal language, Project Alzheimer’s was born! This program captivates its participants through … Continued


Igniting Team Performance

It’s fast, it’s exciting, it’s competitive…it’s Igniting Team Performance! If you are looking for opportunities to define and develop high-performing teams in your organization this signature program delivers!  We tailor the activities to match your goals and desired outcomes.  We include activities that improve brainstorming, innovation and cross sharing, which are solidified with short debriefs … Continued