Full House is an energizer session where a group of people are given a playing card per person and have to form a number of different groups, runs or sets of particular cards as instructed by the facilitator. Points are awarded to the people who are the quickest to form these smaller groups.
How It Works
The route to success in Full House is to negotiate a series of win-win opportunities at lightning speed. It's a rollercoaster of frenetic activity as participants maximise their own return by considering the needs of others, constantly moving and networking with everyone in the room. Speed of response and fast decision making are crucial, and the energy created is exceptional – imagine a stock exchange trading floor come to life in your conference room!
Learning and development outcomes
Full House is a rollercoaster of fun and frenetic activity as participants maximise their own return by constantly moving around the room networking to uncover the needs of others. Participants need to memorise or associate a person with their card to increase their speed of response. In round 2, participants are required to work as a team polishing their negotiation skills learning the law of reciprocity - if we help others get what they want they will help us get what we want. Fast decision making and knowing when to walk away from a negotiation is also critical.