Difference between revisions of "Category:Party Games"

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For those who are not comfortable with extended "schmoozing," an alternative to random chatter can help them warm up and get to know others at a gathering.  
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For those who are not comfortable with extended "schmoozing," an alternative to random chatter can help them warm up and get to know others at a gathering.
In contrast to most "team building" activities, party games are designed for any group, for fun and ice-breaking. They don't include a reflective discussion about what was learned or how participants experienced it. And yet because playing can help people feel relaxed with each other, s\games can strengthen team identity. And, a team can share games on a special occasion and later might draw upon that experience to inform their projects or to discuss how the skills can be applied to ongoing interactions.
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In contrast to most "team building" activities, party games are simply for recreation, and are for any group. A celebration usually doesn't include a reflective discussion about what was learned or how participants experienced it.  
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And yet because playing can help people feel relaxed with each other, games can strengthen team identity. And, a team enjoying a game on a special occasion later might draw upon that experience to inform their projects or to explore how the skills can be applied to ongoing interactions.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 21:13, 11 December 2013

For those who are not comfortable with extended "schmoozing," an alternative to random chatter can help them warm up and get to know others at a gathering. In contrast to most "team building" activities, party games are simply for recreation, and are for any group. A celebration usually doesn't include a reflective discussion about what was learned or how participants experienced it.

And yet because playing can help people feel relaxed with each other, games can strengthen team identity. And, a team enjoying a game on a special occasion later might draw upon that experience to inform their projects or to explore how the skills can be applied to ongoing interactions.

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