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Let’s Have Fun!! January 17, 2015 Training Games Training Games
Let’s Have Fun!! January 17, 2015 Training Games Training Games

January 17, 2015

Training Games

Training

Games

Let’s Have Fun!! January 17, 2015 Training Games Training Games

Game 1

Game 1 Push Push The The Wall Wall • Duration : 5 Minutes. • Objective :
  • Push

Push The

The Wall

Wall

Game 1 Push Push The The Wall Wall • Duration : 5 Minutes. • Objective :

Duration : 5 Minutes.

Objective : To invoke a thought among the participants,

helping them to differentiate between the Area Of Concern vs. Area Of Influence.

Timing Of Activity : At the Start of the workshop or when participants start raising issues which are not under the direct control or while explaining the circle of influence.

Game 1 Push Push The The Wall Wall • Duration : 5 Minutes. • Objective :

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Activity Ask the participants to stand facing the wall at an arms length. Now, ask them

Ask the participants to stand facing the wall at an arms length. Now, ask them to close their eyes & push the wall with full strength.

The trainer here should generate excitement ,motivating the participants to keep pushing the wall with all their strength.

The trainer can also add humor to the entire activity by telling every one that the wall is actually moving.

After 2-3 minutes the trainer asks the participants to relax & open their eyes. Once the participants are back to their respective seats, the trainer now takes the feedback – whether the wall has actually moved or not.

The answer here would be obviously “NO". The trainer now takes the participants to the importance of focusing on the Areas of Influence.

The wall here denotes the Area Of Concern/Area of Non-Influence. Trainer here should state that one should try to focus on Area of Control & Influence rather than spending time on issues on which we have no control.

Activity Ask the participants to stand facing the wall at an arms length. Now, ask them

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Game 2

Game 2 Don’t Alaap Apna Raag • Duration : 5 – 7 Minutes. • Objective :
Game 2 Don’t Alaap Apna Raag • Duration : 5 – 7 Minutes. • Objective :
  • Don’t Alaap Apna Raag

Duration : 5 – 7 Minutes.

Objective : Understanding the importance of Standardization. One team One goal

Timing Of Activity : Post Lunch. This activity can

also be useful while explaining the sales process – The need for following the sales process of Milk Federation.

Game 2 Don’t Alaap Apna Raag • Duration : 5 – 7 Minutes. • Objective :

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Activity The trainer divides the entire batch into groups( 4 – 5 per group) Each group

Activity

The trainer divides the entire batch into groups( 4 – 5 per group) Each group is asked to select a song of their choice. Once each group has finalized their song, all of them are asked to start singing the song very loudly at the same go. Their will be total chaos in the training room since every one is singing their own song. After 2 min. the trainer requests every one to stop singing & ask the participants randomly if they were able to identify the songs sung by the other group. Result : Probably no one will be able to do that. Step – 2 : The trainer now gives a common song to all the participants / groups (preferably a motivational one) & now ask them to start singing once again for a minute or so. The groups will be much organizes this time. The trainer should now ask the participants to analyze both the situations. Result : Participants will themselves understand that every one should be on a single thought or platform while performing a common task.

The trainer here also need to built upon the need for every one to be focused on one goal of the organization since otherwise it will become a “Khichdi”

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Activity The trainer divides the entire batch into groups( 4 – 5 per group) Each group

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Game 3

Game 3 Sky Is The Limit • Duration : 5 – 7 Minutes. • Objective :
  • Sky Is The Limit

Game 3 Sky Is The Limit • Duration : 5 – 7 Minutes. • Objective :

Duration : 5 – 7 Minutes.

Objective : Realize your Potential.

Timing Of Activity : When doing Goal Setting.

Requirements : 1 White Chart Paper + 3 different color markers. The chart should be pasted at a height of the wall.

Game 3 Sky Is The Limit • Duration : 5 – 7 Minutes. • Objective :

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Activity Call for 3 volunteers & ask them to put their initials at a comfortable height

Activity

Call for 3 volunteers & ask them to put their initials at a comfortable height on the chart.

Once every one is through ask them once again to put their initials higher than the earlier attempt. This time the trainer should motivate the volunteers to stretch themselves a bit.

The activity will be repeated the third time with the trainer still motivating them to reach still higher.

At the end of the third attempt the trainer will now ask the audience to judge the winner out of the three.

Majority of the people will vote for the volunteer as a winner who has put his initials at the highest level.

However, the trainer will announce all the three as winners focusing on each persons quest to go still higher with each passing attempt.

Learning : At the first instance many people don’t realize their actual potential but when they put the efforts , nothing can stop them from delivering the best.

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Activity Call for 3 volunteers & ask them to put their initials at a comfortable height

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Game 4

Game 4 Ruk Jana Nahin • Duration : 10 – 15 Minutes. • Objective : Problem
  • Ruk Jana Nahin

Game 4 Ruk Jana Nahin • Duration : 10 – 15 Minutes. • Objective : Problem

Duration : 10 – 15 Minutes.

Objective : Problem solving. Don’t run around problems, look for the solutions.

Timing Of Activity : Any time during the workshop. Preferably in a sales workshop.

Requirements : 15 -20 Chairs arranged in a zig zag manner in the training room.

Game 4 Ruk Jana Nahin • Duration : 10 – 15 Minutes. • Objective : Problem

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Activity

Activity • Ask for 4- 5 volunteers & have them take a good look of the

Ask for 4- 5 volunteers & have them take a good look of the entire room.

Give them a destination to be reached at the end of the room.

Now, blind fold them & ask them to reach the assigned destination without

touching/colliding with the chairs. Meanwhile, silently remove half of the chairs from the room.

The volunteers will try to reach the assigned destination taking every effort not to touch the chairs as per the arrangement shown to them.

Once every one has reached the assigned destination ask them to open their eyes & have a re – look of the entire room. They will be surprised to find that there are just half of the chairs in the room to which they had taken precaution of not colliding with them.

Learning : Obstructions are all in the mind.We perceive lot of obstructions in our mind before getting on to the actual job,However, most of the obstacles are baseless.

Activity • Ask for 4- 5 volunteers & have them take a good look of the

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Game 5

Game 5 The missing Link • Duration : 5 Minutes. • Objective : To ensure punctuality
  • The missing Link

Game 5 The missing Link • Duration : 5 Minutes. • Objective : To ensure punctuality

Duration : 5 Minutes.

Objective : To ensure punctuality in the workshop.

Timing Of Activity : At the start of the workshop. Can be given to the groups or to one individual who is always late in attending the session

Requirements : JIGSAW PUZZLES. Remove one part of the picture & keep it with yourself.

Game 5 The missing Link • Duration : 5 Minutes. • Objective : To ensure punctuality

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Activity • Remove one part of the picture & lay the other parts of the puzzle

Activity

Activity • Remove one part of the picture & lay the other parts of the puzzle

Remove one part of the picture & lay the other parts of the puzzle in front of the group/the person coming late.

Ask them/him to arrange the picture.

The group/late comer will be able to arrange the entire picture with one part missing Which has been intentionally removed by the trainer).

Learning: The trainer will now emphasize the importance of each & every part to complete a picture and relate it to the late comer as a missing link.

The message can also be pass across the group on the first day of the workshop ( through this activity) that every one needs to come on time & actively participate in the session being conducted.

Activity • Remove one part of the picture & lay the other parts of the puzzle

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Game 6

Game 6 4 Squares • Duration : 5 Minutes. • Objective : Think out of the
  • 4 Squares

Game 6 4 Squares • Duration : 5 Minutes. • Objective : Think out of the

Duration : 5 Minutes.

• Objective

: Think out of the box.

Timing Of Activity : Any time during the workshop.

Requirements : Note pads/Pens with each participant

Game 6 4 Squares • Duration : 5 Minutes. • Objective : Think out of the

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• The fig shows 4 squares-A,B,C&D. 1/4th of squares A,B&C is shaded. 1. Divide Unshaded portion

The fig shows 4 squares-A,B,C&D.

4 SQUARES

• The fig shows 4 squares-A,B,C&D. 1/4th of squares A,B&C is shaded. 1. Divide Unshaded portion

1/4th of squares A,B&C is shaded.

• The fig shows 4 squares-A,B,C&D. 1/4th of squares A,B&C is shaded. 1. Divide Unshaded portion
  • 1. Divide Unshaded portion of ‘A’ into

• The fig shows 4 squares-A,B,C&D. 1/4th of squares A,B&C is shaded. 1. Divide Unshaded portion

TWO equal & identical parts.

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  • 2. Divide Unshaded portion of ‘B’ into THREE equal & identical parts.

  • 3. Divide Unshaded portion of ‘C’ into FOUR equal & identical parts.

  • The solution is not in the form of triangles. The solution lies in the problem itself.

• The fig shows 4 squares-A,B,C&D. 1/4th of squares A,B&C is shaded. 1. Divide Unshaded portion

Clues :

4. Divide ‘D’ into SEVEN equal & identical parts.

Clues :

The solution is not in the form of triangles.

• The fig shows 4 squares-A,B,C&D. 1/4th of squares A,B&C is shaded. 1. Divide Unshaded portion

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This is a came of mindset

Remember
Remember

Too much

PowerPoint not enough PowerYou

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Remember Too much PowerPoint not enough PowerYou January 17, 2015 14

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Remember Too much PowerPoint not enough PowerYou January 17, 2015 14

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Remember
Remember

Hook them in the

first minute

Remember Hook them in the first minute January 17, 2015 15

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Remember Hook them in the first minute January 17, 2015 15

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Remember Don’t do anything for more than 20 minutes 16 January 17, 2015
Remember
Remember

Don’t do

anything for more than 20 minutes

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Remember Don’t do anything for more than 20 minutes 16 January 17, 2015

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Remember There are people in those chairs 17 January 17, 2015
Remember
Remember

There are people in those chairs

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Remember There are people in those chairs 17 January 17, 2015

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Remember
Remember

Begin at the end

Remember Begin at the end January 17, 2015 18

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Remember Begin at the end January 17, 2015 18

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Remember Stop speaking when they stop listening 19 January 17, 2015
Remember
Remember

Stop speaking when they stop listening

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Remember Stop speaking when they stop listening 19 January 17, 2015

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Remember
Remember

Bad delivery

kills

good

content

Remember Bad delivery kills good content January 17, 2015 20

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Remember Bad delivery kills good content January 17, 2015 20

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Remember Don’t speak if you can’t improve the silence 21 January 17, 2015
Remember
Remember

Don’t speak if

you can’t improve the silence

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Remember Don’t speak if you can’t improve the silence 21 January 17, 2015

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Top 8 Presentation Qualities January 17, 2015 Bharti Axa Life Aademy 22
Top 8
Presentation
Qualities
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The Moment of Impact 23 January 17, 2015

The Moment of Impact

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The Moment of Impact 23 January 17, 2015

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Thank You
Thank You

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Thank You 24 January 17, 2015

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