Accelerate learning and personal growth by reflecting together with Insight cards on Personal Development.
Sustained business performance and innovation is built on the continuous development and learning. Some of the learning happens by trial and error, but personal development can take a whole new direction when you start asking yourself the right questions.
The Insight cards on Personal Development will inspire and challenge players to ask and answer meaningful questions on development goals, stumbling blocks and strategies, individually and collectively.
There are multiple ways to play the Insight cards. Changing how you play the game can increase excitement and the atmosphere, leading to more open discussion. You can play the cards even with a dice or doodle your answers. Read our How-to-Play guide to become an amazing facilitator.
Who is it for: Consultants, faculty, facilitators, managers, entrepreneurs, co-working space managers, and event organizers.
When to use: creating a shared mental space at the beginning of meetings, trainings or workshops. Bring inspiration and peer sharing in events and conferences. Consolidate learning and discover personal take-aways at the end of a training or meeting. Increase participation in change processes and leadership programmes.
The game is based on powerful questions and draws on a number of latest management theories as well as neuroscience, making most of the group learning process.
Examples of the questions:
- Imagine you are asked to share the greatest learning of your career. What would it be?
- How could learning be better promoted at your workplace?
The Insight cards can be used in different ways with groups of varying sizes. Up to 15 people can play with one deck. Players can represent any role in an organisation or they may be studying business. A general interest in developing yourself or an organisation can be beneficial.
The Insight Cards on Personal Development include:
- 40 Question Cards
- 10 Blank cards to create your own questions
- 2 Facilitation instructions