groups have different needs. The Freeman Institute™
seminar experience is meant to be an interactive
experience in a fun, non-threatening atmosphere.
The following is an option available to interested
the afternoon, participants can experientially
understand more about the subject of the selected
seminar by playing the KnowMe™ game with any
number of groups of four to six participants per table
-- with a debrief exercise after everyone is finished.
This highly-interactive game, with seven different
variations, is based on the Disclosure/Feedback
model of awareness known as the Johari
Window (click to view more about the game), named
after Joseph Luft and Harry Ingham. This award-winning
game has been used in over 20 countries by a wide
range of organizations and is specifically designed
for establishing trust, emotional safety and enhancing
relationships in the workplace.
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be attributed to technical competence,
85% of success is due to one's interpersonal
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