Interesting workshop given by my colleague George with whom I will animate a LinkedIn lunch discussion in Tallinn, Estonia at the SIETAR conference in September. He produces the diversophy games, an interesting resource for organisations, trainers/coaches and teams alike: www.diversophy.com.
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