awareness, thinking outside of the box, fresh perspectives) Thursday 9 October is National Poetry Day in the UK, although you can be anywhere in the world to enjoy poetry. Shoe-wear and foot wear (icebreaker exercise, discussion about self-awareness, different people-types, johari-type development) Mind and body are connected. All throw at once, or take it in turns. What problems can result from judging people subjectively rather than objectively? Deep complex concepts like positive behaviour are a matter of personal interpretation. As the leadership team, what would be your ten immediate main aims? Find out why, since 1999, thousands of companies across America have turned to Watson Adventures for team clock in out machine building fun that brings together people with funny, fascinating, laugh-filled games. 'Learning parallels' exist everywhere - use them for explaining and developing understanding about work and organisations. The Johari Window model is helpful in explaining the value of self- and mutual-awareness. What did you do that mattered? Transactional Analysis is an excellent model for teaching and developing these concepts. It's a simple formula. Most people call it the 'and sign'. How do we improve our use of this sort of body-language at work, mindful of the risks? With a full day or more it's very useful to include something on personality types and how this affects teams, style of management required, learning styles (eg Kolb, VAK, etc). If you have any doubts about using real money in the exercise then playing cards can be used instead, which offers another perspective and different interpretations. Take similar approach to illustrate and compare characteristics of successful people in different age brackets.