Personality Exercises – Handwriting #107On August 14, 2019 by Raul Dinwiddie
During the exercise the group sits in a circle and each person gets a pen and a paper. The trainer calls out a sentence which has something to do with the group. In this case:
The better we concentrate, the better the results. Each person writes down this sentence on the top of the paper and gives the paper to the trainer. Make sure no one knows which paper belongs to whom. The trainer now gives a random paper to the first person in the circle who will write down a personality trait below the sentence he thinks fits the handwriting on the paper. Also if it’s his own paper. In this case he writes down: Creative. He gives the paper to the next person who will also write down a trai. In this case Unorganized. The first person will get the next paper and writes in this case down: Persistent. All the papers go around the group until everyone wrote a personality trait on each paper and the trainer has all the papers again. Because no one knows which handwriting belongs to whom they only have to focus on the way a sentence is written. Now the trainer shows the first paper to the group. The one of which the handwriting belongs gets the paper reads the traits and calls out the trait or traits he thinks are accurate with his personality. In this case: Persistent and compelling. And he elaborates on his choice. I can be persistent which is a good thing but sometimes I can be too compelling which can annoy people around me In the future I want to be more flexible and persistent at the same time. Go on until everyone got his paper and called out characteristics he thinks are accurate and told the group why he made this choice. 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.