Teambuilding journal 1

Teambuilding journal 1 - Mitchell Levin September 2nd, 2008...

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Mitchell Levin September 2 nd , 2008 Discover Chicago: Wild Chicago Teambuilding Journal There were a few challenges that I faced in the teambuilding activities that most of my classmates had to face. The biggest challenge, in my opinion, would be that nobody in the class knew anybody else. The teambuilding activities made us interact with each other to get something done. By doing these activities, we got to know each other while having fun. I definitely felt that I went beyond my comfort zone during these teambuilding activities. The activity that stands out in my mind was Willow in the Wisp. We had to stand in a tight circle that required us to stand shoulder to shoulder. I barely knew the people in my group so I had to go out of my comfort zone to participate in the game. These challenges required everybody to participate. People had to be either vocal leaders that told other people what to do and followers listened and followed directions that the vocal leaders gave. I felt that I was able to be both. I tried to be a vocal leader in
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This note was uploaded on 02/05/2012 for the course LSP 121 taught by Professor Sisul during the Spring '09 term at DePaul.

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