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House that Jack Built is not only the perfect icebreaker to get people into teams, talking and working towards a common goal, but also a phenomenal tool to test work process, structure, and the team's real ability to communicate and trust one another.
The House that Jack Built is a powerful ice breaker. The process is cleverly facilitated to enable groups to connect with each other and at the same time make meaningful links back to the workplace. Teams look, learn and laugh at themselves as the process unfolds.
The key ingredients to the success of this project are planning, communication, role clarification, delegation of tasks and teamwork.
This project is a great equaliser as it does not matter whether you finished school or have twenty seven degrees behind your name. It is a great assessment tool as delegates see their abilities in action and realise just how important it is for them to see what they see, and be able to communicate this clearly.
The process is a 3-part one where delegates:
This is normally an indoor excercise which uses Lego models as a basis for the process. The Lego models, whilst colourful, intricate and fun to create are just a high impact means to an end.
The House that Jack Built is designed to raise the following abilities:
It is a cost effective process, supported by hands-on, experienced facilitation. It is fun, is completed within two hours and is a great way to lift the spirits of people during a conference or warm them up for a bigger event.
As a learning tool for team effectiveness, it is a must!
House that Jack Built detailed Specifications:
The target group's needs are to:
The focus areas are on:
Added features that emerge are:
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