Teach strategic planning, communication, creative problem solving, and leadership in one hysterical, outrageously fun, easy to learn game!
Each of the 4 rounds of play reinforces and expands the learning that occurs in the previous round. Process breakdown is, by design, inevitable but as teams use their creativity, any problem can be overcome, even the presence of loud squawking chickens and other zany animals.
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Only when all small teams synchronize and work in unity, can performance improvement be achieved. This high-energy game will motivate your staff to do more with less, reduce time needed to accomplish tasks, improve performance and numbers by thinking smart (rather than just working hard). With great simplicity, this awesome game drives home many learning points in an easy-to-assimilate format.
Contents: One large Squawking Chicken and a random assortment of 6 other talking animals, complete instructions with Train the Trainer Guidelines, and handy carrying case.
Learning outcomes: Big team – small team integration, the power of strategic planning, efficient two-way communication, creative problem-solving, creativity and innovation, leadership, and the power of team synchronization, "Pass the Chicken" creates a constant toggling between task and process that allows participants to gain greater control over the game and find direct applications back at the work place.
# of Players: 12 to 56 players per set
(Must be played on or around a series of tables.)
Length: 45 – 60 minutes
NOTE: Animals may vary from those shown in picture.
A product of Action Centered Training, Inc.
"I have used 'Pass the Chicken' many times with numerous groups and I have found it to be not only a lot of fun, but a very efficient tool for unifying groups around common efforts. It shows the power of strategic planning both for short term and long term objectives. I would recommend this game to anyone who wants to have fun and learn at the same time. It is a great bargain for the price and I have used it in many training programs." -- Robert Rynkiewica, Training Manager, Merck Pharmaceuticals