Constructive Feedback Exercise – Like, Like, Like #86On August 12, 2019 by Raul Dinwiddie
During the exercise the team forms two lines facing each other. First each person from line A tells to the person in front of him what he likes about his behaviour starting with the sentence I like that,.. In this case: I like that you have such a great sence of humour. Next he says what he would like to see more from that person regarding his behaviour, starting with the sentence: I would like you to,.. I would like you to show up more on time on meetings. Sometimes you can be a bit late, and I think people appreciate it when they can rely on you. Next person B will say what he thinks will happen we he, in this case, would show up on time more often. Starting with the sentence: Than I would be like,.. So in this case he says: If I would show up on time more often, I would be like someone people can trust. People would take me more serious and will pay more attention to what I have to say. Now the roles swich and person B says to person A: I like that you are very so strickt with rules you always do what you promise. Therefore people can really trust you. Now he says what he would like to see more from person A regarding his behaviour. I would like you to be a bit more relaxed. That would help you to loosen up and feel at ease. Person A now says: When I would be a bit more relaxed than I would be like someone who is in control of things but in a more light hearted way. People will be more comfortable around me which will make me feel more comfortable when I’m in talking to other people too. Now line A moves one spot to the right and each new duo does the same. Go on like this untill everyone has faced everyone from the other line. The trainer guides the team and applies variations to the exercise. What kind of variations you can read below this video on YouTube. And haven’t you subscribed yet? Hit the subscribe button to stay tuned for a new team exercise each Sunday on youtube.com/teamexercises to improve cooperation and communication.