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Caribbean Island Survival II - Facilitator Set

The Caribbean Island Survival II Facilitator Set provides background information on the objectives of the activity, guidelines for effective group functioning, and a full explanation of the expert's rationale and scoring. Only one copy required.
Code: 217G
Category: Simulations
£23.48

The resources provide a safe means of experiencing adventure situations that challenge participants to think and work as a team. The products demonstrate the importance of group process in achieving team effectiveness and help to build synergy within work teams. They offer the participants an opportunity to observe team dynamics in a non-threatening environment providing insights for team development.

Adventure simulations present participants with believable dilemmas—ones in which they can easily picture themselves. The activities ask the participants to individually solve the problem and then repeat the problem-solving process as a group using consensus decision-making techniques. The activities demonstrate that effective teams frequently produce better results than individuals alone.

Products specifications
Format Simulation
Time Required 2 to 2½ hours
Author Richard L. Hill & Irving R. Stubbs
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