172 methods
Melissa Abecassis

The Relationship Scan

This is a simple exercise to provide you and your partner (romantic or work) with an opportunity to interact in a contained place. The container:
  • Remove any distractions (no phones, tablets, laptops)
  • If you are parents (no kids allowed)
  • Choose a place where you will not be interrupted
  • Set a time - (non-negotiable) 30 min is a good amount of time and doable even for busy people and a place.
Ideally, you will find the same time and day every week.
If you can make it a ritual:
  • Go to your favourite coffee shop together
  • Have a morning meeting over a hot chocolate
  • Open a really good wine

This is a time for you and your partner to talk about how you both are doing, your relationship, any unfinished conversations or arguments or things that are unsaid, or any needs that are not being met.

Robert from SessionLab

Online Charades Game

If you like playing Charades (Guess the word) in a live setting, there is no reason to hold you back playing it online with your team. Here is a handy Mural board and detailed instruction of how to play Charades with your team, using the words and expressions YOU come up with.

Minerva Pietilä

Temperature Check

What is going on inside a group? Have we paid attention to all voices, both the quiet and the loud? Is everyone on board or are some lost at sea?

Temperature Check gives an instant visual overview of the thoughts and feelings of every group member around a specific topic, and from here, creates an opening for deeper conversation and understanding. At best, a non-threatening way of addressing the elephant in the room.

Deborah Rim Moiso

Paired walk

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Inviting a paired walk is surprisingly effective in its simplicity. Going for a walk together increases trust and can help prepare the terrain for conflict resolution, while acting as an energizer at the same time. Make it hybrid-friendly by pairing a person in the room to one joining online!

Sanji Saginashvili

Euro-Quiz

Euro-Quiz aims to have participants learn more about other countries, while being challenged to answer the questions about them. All participants work individually, while answering the questions but their individual effort make the team whole.
"One for all and all for one"
"Teamwork makes the dream work"