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FlyingCarpet

Hold tight together

£198.00
excl. VAT & shipping

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Product Description

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Themes & Outcomes
Movement:  warming up, coordinated and dynamic togetherness

Working in Teams: developing creative solutions together, cooperation between departments, communicating effectively, working towards a common goal

Leadership: effective and target-focused facilitation, motivation, maintaining the big picture, steering optimisation processes energiser - start of the day, post-lunch

 

Activity
Together, the group stretches and holds the FlyingCarpet taut. They then manoeuvre
one or two balls across the highly mobile stretched surface, using their steering skills to
either pot or block a ball, or carry out other tasks. This activates their laughter muscles
while – almost in passing – revealing how they cooperate and what dependencies there
are within the team.

How it‘s done
On the edge. A ball is to be moved once around the outer edge of the FlyingCarpet.
There and back again. A ball is to circle around all of the holes and then be brought
back to the starting point.
Contest. Both teams stand around and hold the FlyingCarpet in an alternating order
(one participant from Team A, then one from Team B, then one from Team A, etc.).
Team A has one minute to try to get the ball in one of the holes while Team B attempts
to prevent them from doing so. They then swap over and Team B attempts to get the
ball in one of the holes while Team A blocks.
Bottom up. One participant is underneath the Carpet and tries to work out where the
ball is. By quickly grabbing through one of the large holes, he or she attempts to get
his or her hands on the ball and pull it back through the hole. The team holding the
Carpet attempts to stop him or her from doing so.
Marked. Some of the holes are masked from below with round, labelled facilitation
cards. The ball is then to be transported from one of the newly created
positions to the other.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Delegates (min/opt/max): 5 / 10 / 20
Time (w/o debriefing): 5 - 20 minutes.
Space Requirements: 30 m²
Topics & Outcomes:

Themes & Outcomes
Movement:  warming up, coordinated and dynamic togetherness

Working in Teams: developing creative solutions together, cooperation between departments, communicating effectively, working towards a common goal

Leadership: effective and target-focused facilitation, motivation, maintaining the big picture, steering optimisation processes energiser - start of the day, post-lunch

 

Contents: 1 circular cloth with a wide grip, 2 balls, 1 detailed instructions manual.
Delivery time No
Dimensions: 63 x 46 x 12 cm.
Weight: 4.5 kg Supplied in a cloth bag
Instruction No