Infuse FUN into your MeetingsPresentation Transcript
Infuse FUN Into Your Meetings and Events ACSA CEL Conference Friday, March 1, 2013 Dr. Lisa Gonzales – ACSA VP of Legislative Action http://bit.ly/celsarefun
AgendaOUTCOMES:* Experience new activities to be used withteams at school/district/parents/students* Add more pizzazz to meetings andimprove work quality and communicationWHO’S IN THE ROOM?STAND UP, SIT DOWN…
M&M GAME Communication styles # of people 10 minutes Prep: 15 minutes Materials needed? Small M&M packages (one/person)
M&M GAME Instructions: For each piece of M&M candy they took, they will have to answer a question, depending on its color. Red candy: favorite hobbies Green candy: favorite foods Yellow candy: favorite movies Orange candy: favorite places to travel Brown candy: most memorable or embarrassing moments Blue candy: wild cards (they can share anything they choose)
Teambuilding Teams of 5-6 (15-60 people) 20-30 minutes Prep: 10 minutes Large space, high energy! Materials needed? Instruction sheetGROUP PURSUIT
Instructions: Review member rights Split into teams Each team receives one instruction sheet 10 minutes to collect 100 points GO! slidesha.re/acsafun1GROUP PURSUIT
LIFE WITH THE WRIGHT FAMILY Communication, following directions, listening Large group (100) to small groups(10) 5 minutes Prep – none! Need a writing utensil
Zoom!• Teambuilding, fun, problem solving• Large group (100+) or small (20)•7-10 minutes•Prep – none!•Space to stand in a large circle•Can only say Zoom! No other talking
GREEN VEGGIES Teambuilding, pizzazz at start of meeting Small teams to large groups – 4 max 10 minutes Prep – none! Supplies – timer Fun!
GREEN VEGGIES Each person, working individually, has 1 minute to write down as many green veggies as possible. Pair up with one other person – 2 minutes to get as many as possible. Teams of 4 – which can get the most in 2 minutes? Debrief – which was more effective?
Song Battle Communication, teambuilding # of people – 6 to 200+; need to have teams of 5-10 people 10-20 minutes Prep: 5 minutes Materials needed: Select a word that is commonly found in songs such as love, baby, rain
Song Battle Goal: Brainstorm as a team as many songs as possible that contain the buzz word. Scoring: The team with the most songs, not duplicated by other teams, wins the challenge. In order to receive a point, a member of the team must SING the line of the song containing the buzz word. Duplicate songs are canceled out and do not count toward the team totals.
Videos – The Spice of Life! Communication, creativity, connections # of people – limitless 2-8 minutes depending on the video Prep: 10 min (preview videos, unblock in filters) Materials needed? Computer, internet connection, speakers
Videos – The Spice of Life! http://youtu.be/fW8amMCVAJQ This video can be embedded in your ppt or presentation. Found on YouTube – The Dancing Guy and Leadership
Videos – The Spice of Life! http://youtu.be/kDyxdXzjF9s This video can be embedded in your ppt or presentation. Found on YouTube – “Snowed Down Car”
Videos – The Spice of Life! http://youtu.be/aRG4ySdi_aE This video can be embedded in your ppt or presentation. Found on YouTube – “Lost Generation ”
Videos – The Spice of Life! http://youtu.be/YnBF6bv4Oe4 This video can be embedded in your ppt or presentation. Found on YouTube – “Shucking Corn – Clean Ears Every Time”
TALK A MILE A MINUTE Communication, fun Large group (100+) or small (10) Need to have a partners – 2’s best Prep – ppt with pictures (google images) Need projector, space to pair up
DIRECTIONS: TALK A MILE A MINUTEGOAL: Get your partner to say the word, item,picture, or whatever it is that is seenTalker can say anything but…• Words in a title• “Sounds like” or “rhymes with”May skip one and come backTeam raises hands when finished
TALK A MILE A MINUTE
TALK A MILE A MINUTE
Battle Scars Communication, teambuilding # of people – 6 to 200+; need to have groups of 3-4 10-20 minutes Prep: 5 minutes Materials needed? None
Battle Scars In small groups, have each person share the story behind a scar on their body. The “best” story shares out to the larger group.
THANK YOU! Now, go out and energize your world! Don’t forget your evaluation!