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Workshop Exercises is operated by a team of long-time consultants who have had extensive work in business, education, and non-profits.  We feel strongly that it is important that professional development trainers see themselves as a community of learners. If trainers, coaches, facilitators, HR professionals, and others dedicated to professional development find ways to  share best practices, both learning and teaching will be more effective and authentic.  This site then is intended to serve as a focal point for professionals to not only discover new things that they can do to boost their training, but also to serve as a connecting space where professionalism can flow between peers. 

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We hope that you will try some of the activities posted and then let us know how they worked for you by sending us your feedback at feedback@workshopexercises.com      

We hope also that you will contribute (see below) some of your own exercises and activities so others can benefit from your experience. 

If you have comments about this site, please contact us at contact@workshopexercises.com


The activities are FREE. Use them to train, teach, and coach others. Please note:

1. You may not sell/offer for free our exercises or activities in any format: collection, website, CD, diskettte, etc. 

2. The exercises are offered "as is" without any kind of guarantee or expectations (see Disclaimer

 

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Workshopexercises.com is a community of professional trainers who are willing to share outstanding exercises and activities that have worked for them.  If you have something you would like to share, please follow the guidelines below: 

Send your contribution to contribute@workshopexercises.com  Please follow the format listed below.  Within each section of the submission form, you will find word limits.  We appreciate your effort to hold to these limits.  Also submit only your own material--honor copyright regulations.

All submissions are subject to review by Workshopexercises.com.  Once your submission is approved by our editors, it will be posted.  We reserve the right to alter, edit, or change a submission to fit the needs and definition of this site. 

Exercise/Activity Format

  1. Name

  2. Street Address

  3. E-mail Address 

  4. Phone number

  5. Category:  Leadership, Team Building, Engagement

  6. Activity Listing--title and content tag (no more than 25 words)

  7. Exercise Title (no more than 12 words)

  8. Author:  (No more than 75 words)

  9. Objective(s): (No more than 75 words)

  10. How the author has used this activity (not more than 125 words)

  11. Activity Description: (No more than 200 words)

  12. Options: (no more than 75 words)

  13. Added thoughts or considerations: (No more than 125 words)

Note: We do not redistribute or sell your address or any personal information.


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Disclaimer

The materials on this site are provided "as is."  They do not express or imply any guarantees, warranties, or expectations for success. Users of this website and the material contained within are solely responsible for the use of the material.  Workshop Exercises and Tom Siebold assume no responsibility or liability for any results or damages that arise.