The Big Book of Brain-Building Games by Edward Scannell
Fun Activities to Stimulate the Brain for Better Learning, Communication and Teamwork (Big Book Series)

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Games for better brains!
Use the secrets of brain science to improve communication, interpersonal relations, and productivity in any team or group

Jump-start any training session, workshop, or retreat with dozens of interactive games that build brain function in fun and engaging ways. The Big Book of Brain-Building Games offers all kinds of stimulating games to help your team improve information retention, camaraderie, and productivity--and requires few or no props. You'll learn what triggers to pull to help your group think and work better with these play-anywhere, crowd-pleasing interactive games.

Can your brain handle the fun?

Speakers and facilitators know that if you don't engage participants every five to seven minutes, you'll lose them! The Big Book of Brain-Building Games adds the spark you need for a successful meeting and keeps your team alert and connected, whatever the task. With just a handful of materials required, these brain-boosting games will help participants:develop leadership skills and build self-confidenceenhance problem-solving strategies and boost creativitylearn cooperation and effective teamworkdramatically improve communications skills--from public speaking to active listening

Plus the icebreakers are guaranteed to grab--and hold--any group's attention! You'll find it all in this latest collection from the trusted Big Books series.

 

About Edward Scannell

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Ed Scannell is a speaker and trainer who has given thousands of presentations, seminars and workshops across the world.Carol Burnett is a frequent speaker and trainer for human resource development organizations.
 
Published October 15, 2009 by McGraw-Hill. 240 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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