An enjoyable, efficient, easy and effective way for team members to understand and experience group dynamics. Alaskan Adventure is a short, to-the-point simulation developed to provide trainers and managers with a problem-solving exercise that could be completed in as little as one hour
On an early-morning hike in North Carolina’s Great Smoky Mountains, your group stops to enjoy some blueberries growing along the trail. Just then someone spots a small black bear cub, the mother bear lunges from the bushes and attacks — with near-fatal results.
Can you work as a team to save an injured person’s life - addressing five strategy options and ranking 10 backpack items?
This is a challenging adventure simulation that addresses formulating a strategy under pressure and consensus decision-making.
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.
Caribbean Island Survival II - Participant Activity - You and a group of your friends are on a sailing and scuba adventure off Tobago Island in the British West Indies. You run into a violent storm spawned at the edge of a hurricane. Your boat smashes onto the rocks, leaving you stranded on a small, uninhabited island. You have lost much of your equipment and some of you need medical attention. Important decisions must be made for your survival.
44 fully reproducible case studies in a 3-ring binder covering a wide variety of training topics. Each case is a short hypothetical situation or scenario posing a question or problem to address or solve.