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    Be a Leader Thumball - $24.75

    The Be a Leader Thumball gets the conversation going about what skills great leaders possess, and guides players through a bit of introspection as they consider their own leadership strengths or opportunities for improvement. This ball contains 32 panels including both reflective and forward-thinking prompts, such as: * I’d be a better leader if I spent more time on... * Talents I aspire to have on my team (that I don’t have) * When my workers disagree with me, I... * Making decisions is hard when... * The #1 leadership trait * I get honest feedback from workers when... * When an employee makes a mistake, I... * How I get the best ideas from my team * What motivates me? * A risk I’d like to take * Tasks I hope to delegate * I can model work-life balance by... * How I can make employees feel valued * The best morale-builder I know is... * A way I can brighten people’s day * I want most for my team to view me as... *... and more!
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    Custom Business Simulations for Training and Executive/Leadership Development

    Excite, engage, align, and deliver tangible business results utilizing a custom simulation of your organization. This is executive/leadership development adapted to your company. A mock-up of your organization delivering results people line up for!
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    Diversity Thumball - $24.75

    We live in a diverse world. Some differences are visible, like skin color, gender, height or weight, physical challenges and age. Others may not be visually apparent, but still affect how individuals feel or are treated: The Diversity Thumball is a fun training tool that tackles a difficult topic with smarts and sensitivity. Discussion prompts include: * When did you first become aware of racial/ethnic differences? * Share a situation when you were in the minority * Describe a time you witnessed discrimination * Your best experience with a person of a different race/ethnicity * What makes you different? * How do your thoughts about diversity differ from your parents’? * Describe a time you experienced prejudice * Where do you see prejudice? * How do you respond to jokes that are demeaning or derogatory? * A time you felt like an outsider and how you dealt with it * An instance when someone went out of their way to make you feel included? * and more!