- Large Group Instruction
- Large Group Team Building
- Team Building Games With Audiences
- Stepping Outside your Comfort Zone
When a lot of people play together individual synergies become a synergistic phenomenon and the combined energy of two or more players is greater than the sum of their individual effects. The sound of ten players laughing, when increased to 50 or 100 players laughing, creates a level of enjoyment and connection that engages people’s attentions and emotions in a compelling way. – The More the Merrier (Sikes, Calvert, and Evans)
People laughing and playing together create an experience in common. Commonalities create connections, the invitation to further relationship. From relationship comes the possibility of understanding, acceptance and even forgiveness. It is a kinesthetic catalyst to relationship building and camaraderie among groups and teams of every size. The experiences in large group activities or large group team building activities are structured activities. Ideally, learning situations are generated naturally in one’s daily life, but they can also be “simulated” to provide opportunities for specific types of learning (for example: trust building, enhancing communication and problem solving). A structured experience is a framework in which the inductive learning process can be facilitated.