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Training Activities: Developing Others


I am developing a module entitled 'Developing Others' as part of a Management Development programme and wondered whether anyone had any suitable training activities/exercises that they are willing to share?
Michael Anderson

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  1. Transactional Analysis & Locus of Control
    I’ve found the best learning takes place when you are presented with something that speaks directly to you. I’ve used Transactional Analysis (Eric Berne) Transactional Analysis has wide applications in personal development, communications, management, personality, relationships, behaviour and understanding yourself
    You can see the light bulbs go on when presented with Parent, Adult and Child Ego states; use the ugly duckling clip as a way to enhance your message and make it memorable.
    Also try out Locus of Control by (Julian Rotter). To understand an individual’s perception about the underlying main causes of events in his/her life Or, more simply:
    Do you believe that your destiny is controlled by yourself or by external forces (such as fate, God, or your boss)?


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