Critical Thinking Icebreakers

Aims:• To identify specific actions that will enable groups to achieve a shared vision.• To help individuals see how they will contribute to the achievement of a shared vision.

Group Size: This module is suitable for use with most workshop/courses but is not recommended for use where the group has more than 25 participants (e.g., conferences). It is particularly well suited to new teams formed for a fixed period to manage/implement a project.

Group Size: This module is suitable for use with groups of any size. You'll Need: For this exercise you'll need to be able to split your participants into 2 teams, each with a different room to work in.

You'll also need to gather a set of 'building materials' for each team.

The group need to be clear about what their vision is.

If this isn’t the case, then you might wish to use the module, This is a good activity to run in conjunction with ‘creating a shared vision’ and is the logical next step.

Aims:• To encourage participants to think about the environment they live or work in.• To encourage participants to consider the impact the physical environment might have on creativity.• To consider ways in which space can be made 'creative'.

Time: The exercise in this module will take about 20 minutes to complete.

It was good for helping individuals identify the specific steps that are needed to create a shared vision.

It was a good activity for placing some onus on each group member to realise how it is the individual parts that make up the whole.


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