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Methods to create energy
Below you will find a list of excercises that stimulates the energy in your meeting:
Svuisj – Spoing
A fun little concentration exercise which gives energy to a group. It works well in the very beginning of a course or a conference.
An easy exercise that can be made in all contexts. Often it gets to be more and more fun by being repeated many times so that you feel that you get better and better.
The curse of counting
A patience consuming exercise which can create fantastic group attention.
A simple exercise that does not require much space and can be done with many participants.
Very educational exercise to show how difficult it is to get new ideas.
A fun exercise that in a surprising way creates dynamics and physical contact.
How to use energizers in meetings
Meeting expert Bo Krüger gives his advice on how to use energizers and power-mingling exercises in meetings
Game of evolution
A very physical and fun energizer. It is probably not the one you should start with the first time you try an energizer at a meeting. It works well with an excited group at a social event or at the...
Grab it! Catch each other's finger.
Elegant, small concentration exercise that can be played with an unlimited number of participants. It works really as warm-up at a meeting.
Fun physical exercise inspired by the “rock-paper-scissors” game. The point of this is that good teamwork not only means talking about things, but also being able to feel what the people around you...
Catch their attention and then relax
An exercise performed in a circle that allows everyone to move. The exercise is inspired by Gerlev park and play, and coined by a high school teacher that participated at a Moving Minds course in i...
Physically demanding exercise with high pace. Great warm up exercise for right after lunch.
Fun couples’ exercise that can be done in very large groups.
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