To produce changes that last beyond the classroom, training games must engage restless audiences, keep them interestedand make learning fun!
The Big Book of Humorous Training Games uses witty, engaging games to create memorable lessons in numerous basic training topics, including customer service, teambuilding, creative problem solving, time management, and more. Step-by-step instructions work with dozens of reproducible handouts and worksheets help trainers and speakers minimize preparation timeand maximized training success.
The latest mind-brain research confirms something every trainer has long suspected: that people think and learn better when the process is fun. The Big Book of Humorous Training Games features 50 unique experiential training activities that create memorable learning on topics ranging from management skills, change, and emotional intelligence to dealing with difficult people.
This easy-to-read manual gives step-by-step directions that will help new and veteran trainers infuse their workshops with humor, fun and creativity. Each chapter in the book offers fie games to teach a popular, business-related topic. You get:
- Theoretical background on the topic
- A suggested amusing introduction for each activity
- Step-by-step directions
- Reproducible handouts
- Recommended debriefing questions
The book is peppered throughout with comic delivery tips to enhance your comfort with the material.
The Big Book of Humorous Training Games will help you to tap into your natural ability to use humor. Find out how to hold your learners’ attention, and design training sessions that will drive home the essential skills they need.
About the Author
Doni Tamblyn, is President of the San Francisco based training company, Humor Rules. Over the past 10 years she has delivered hundreds of seminars and presentations to organizations around the world.
Sharyn Weiss, is a performance consultant and trainer with 15 years of experience working with non-profit and corporate groups. she has an MA in Training and Development. This is her second book on experiential training.