Share Ideas in a Snowball Fight


All too often, people won’t share their own ideas because they’re embarrassed they’ll be ridiculed.  Here’s a quick facilitation trick that will loosen up a room and get people sharing their ideas without the fear attribution can cause:  Have a “snowball” fight.

Here’s how it works

Group members write ideas on pieces of scrap paper and crumble them up into a ball. When it come time to share the ideas, the group has a big paper fight. When finished, people pick up the paper balls, uncrumble, and read the ideas on the paper out loud. 

(via Cathy Sork on the WACA Online site)

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