Communication

Exercises to use with your team, spouse, or family to apply profile results.

Exercise: Checklist for Communicating

Lead Your Team through the Profile, Part 5: Checklist for Communicating How Your Team Can Use Words to Build Up, Not Tear Down This exercise is part of a series to use as you guide your team through understanding their profile reports . For You To Think About “Death and life are in the power of the tongue” (Proverbs 18:21, ESV). Good communicat ...

Exercise: What Value Do You Bring to Your Team?

Lead Your Team through the Profile, Part 4: Value to the Team This exercise is part of a series to use as you guide your team through understanding their profile reports. For You To Think About In what way does each member bring value to your team? Your team members fulfill two different functions: (1) they carry out tasks (2) they each carry out t ...

Exercise: My Strengths, Your Strengths, Our Strengths

Lead Your Team Through the Profile, Part 3: Process Your Team Members’ Strengths This exercise is part of a series to use as you guide your team through understanding their profile reports. For You To Think About Each person has natural strengths. Natural strengths are an individual’s unique ways of going about the tasks of daily life. Each ...

Exercise: Do Differences Divide Your Team or Unite Your Team?

Lead Your Team through the Profile, Part 2: Activity to Understand Differences This exercise is part of a series to use as you guide your team through understanding their profile reports. For You To Think About When you are first introduced to a new co-worker, you may recognize a strength set and style different from our own. It’s natural to be a ...

Group Devotional: We Complete Each Other

Lead Your Team through the Profile, Part 1: Group Devotional   God Made Us to Complete Each Other, Not Compete With Each Other   For You To Think About In 1 Corinthians 12, Paul uses a word picture to describe healthy relationships: the human body. Like He does elsewhere in scripture, God provides us with this tangible image to help us un ...

Coffee Debrief: An Exercise in Meaningful Interactions

This exercise helps you have meaningful interactions using profile data in conversation. For You To Think About Words have incredible power; they can be unifying or isolating. Think back to a time when you were on the receiving end of harsh words. You may have felt weak, abandon, hurt, or rejected. Now think about a time when you received authentic ...

3×5 Card Game

Materials Need For this Exercise Two tables or flat surfaces Four unopened packages of 3×5 index cards (lined or unlined, any color). With a felt tip marker, write on two of the packages “DO NOT OPEN” Timing device: stopwatch, timer, or watch with seconds measurement Instructions The point of the first exercise is to break the ice and to ...

Team-Building: Flip Chart Exercise in Problem-Solving

Put your team’s profile results into practice with this powerful exercise that uses a simple flip chart. Step 1 Divide your group into 3 groups based on where they fell on the Problem-Solving continuum (aggressive, neutral or reflective). Place each group in separate corners of the room with a flip chart and black marker. Instruct the aggressive ...
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