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The Big Book of Business Games: Icebreakers, Creativity Exercises and Meeting Energizers Book

Posted by dbmochran on March 31, 2010

Business games are serious productivity tools. Together with icebreakers and group exercises, they can liven up stale meetings or presentations, spark group discussions, and teach important business lessons. In this exciting resource, two of today’s acknowledged games masters serve up a cookbook of 75 group games and activities designed to improve success at work.
Break the ice at your next meeting with “The Big Book of Business Games ”

In this exciting resource book, two of today’s acknowledged games masters serve up a cookbook of activities that you can learn to use, guaranteed to generate a lively discussion, or simply give a group a “breather” from the monotony of a boring staff meeting or presentation. Each of the 75 group games and activities here is adapted from the best-selling Games Trainers Play series and shortened to suit the needs of managers and team leaders to use with their departments, staff, or committees.

John W Newstrom has contributed to The Big Book of Business Games: Icebreakers, Creativity Exercises and Meeting Energizers as an author. Dr. John W. Newstrom and Edward E. Scannell are respected authors, professional speakers, and seminar leaders. They are the coauthors of McGraw-Hill’s best-selling Games Trainers Play series, which has sold more than 250,000 copies.

Newstrom has contributed to The Big Book of Business Games: Icebreakers, Creativity Exercises and Meeting Energizers as an author. McGraw-Hill authors represent the leading experts in their fields and are dedicated to improving the lives, careers, and interests of readers worldwide

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The Big Book of Team-Motivating Games: Spirit-Building, Problem-Solving and Communication Games for Every Group

Posted by dbmochran on March 26, 2010

Teamwork can be fun!

Games that improve team cooperation, communication, and spirit

Did you know that games can:

  • Raise sagging morale
  • Liven up boring staff meetings
  • Increase interaction among staff members
  • Promote a culture of harmony and cooperation
  • Create an atmosphere of fun for your team

Keeping your team motivated and challenged, especially during tough economic times, can be difficult. But this collection of high-energy, play-anywhere games, from bestselling authors and trainers Ed and Mary Scannell, provides you with all the fun, inspiring material you need to build team spirit, communication, and trust among coworkers-day in and day out.

Games Can Be Played In or Out of the Office Requiring few or no props, The Big Book of Team-Motivating Games is the latest installment in the successful Big Book series, which has been changing the way teams think for decades-providing hours of fun that fight boredom and burnout, boost performance, soothe tensions, and create a sense of community and trust.

Outstanding team motivating games is a great spirit-building, problem-solving, and communication tool. The book is designed for quick exercises to build excitement and keep morale high.

The Big Book of Team Motivating Games is a fine pick for any company interested in games that improve team cooperation and communication. These games can be used at staff meetings and to increase interaction among staff members, and offers games that can be played in or out of the office. Any business library will find this a fun, different survey.

About the Author

Ed Scannell is a speaker and trainer who has given thousands of presentations, seminars and workshops across the world.
Mary Scannell has trained thousands of business people across the U.S. and Canada, including a long list of Fortune 500 clients.

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