In the first video, you see the people checking out the Lego, when their bosses of the first exercise come in (32 seconds) and explain what needs to be done. In the first part, the two leaders are directive leaders. They take all the decisions in the game. The intention is that they have a 10 minute meeting. The leaders don’t take 10 minutes (not advised.) Notice that the leaders don’t ask the group to sit down. Something which would make it much easier to have the meeting.
In this second video you see the group building 5 buildings. The groups are split up by the leaders. The leaders also have decided the colors of the buildings. (Was not in the assignment but make sit easy for the builders. You can also notice observers taking notes of what they see happening.
In the next Video you see how the big group is spilt in small groups of 3 people, discussing the 1ste exercise during the feedback round.
In this video I give the whole group the next assignment. With a group without leaders, they have to build a church. 10 minutes meeting. 15 minutes of building.
This video shows the group building the church.
There are no video’s about the third assignment, that meeting nor the third game itself. The last video shows me giving some explanation at the end of the leadership game, after the big feedback round. I talk about some of the stuff I saw happening.
If you are interested in playing the game, you can download a PDF Document explaining how to play the PairCoaching.net leadership game. (You still have to buy +/- 500 Euro of LEGO’s.) If you want to avoid buying LEGO, or want us to lead the game just contact me.