What have you learned about teamwork from listening to a jazz band, playing on a rugby squad, watching a tag wrestling match? What do people expect of each other on a team? Is it “one for all and all for one,” or…? How do teams work across time and space? How do today’s teams work across time and space with the many tools of technology at their disposal?
Teams are not the same around the world and for good reason. People have different work styles, expectations of leaders and colleagues as well as how team members communicate and are (or should be) rewarded for their efforts. This game provides you with a chance to explore team behavior and what works on teams and what doesn’t work from a multicultural perspective. It is ideal for those who must manage and perform in virtual teams as well as a powerful team startup training experience.
Dr. George Simons Diversity pioneer, editor of the diversophy series of learning games, has synthesized the learnings of close to half a century of intercultural research and best practice into succinct and understandable game form that will start you and keep you sharing with the people about you in today's multicultural world of global enterprises. Look for fun and fascination as you learn from one of the masters in the field of intercultural consulting and training.