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Flood Exercise Origins


Does anyone know where a hardcopy of this training exercise can be found? The scenario involves prioritising four personal objects to be rescued from a flood, and provides a list of 17 objects including a diary, photograph album, address book, expensive rug, love letters and difficult to grow pot plants
Esther M-Stewart

One Response

  1. let the group make the list
    If you cannot find the hard copy version, this might be an idea. Let your participants individually make a list of what is dear to them in different situations. Take the top 2 items from each participant, and compile your own list with those items.
    If you have your participants prioritise the items, they will definitely have some clashes of value sets.
    If you do not want to use the exercise for this purpose, but rather as a communication/ meeting exercise, you may make up just any list yourself.


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