Motivational Books For Business – Humorous Training Games

July 13, 2016 - Comment

Are you looking for a great way to motivate yourself and your co-workers. Motivational books for business are a great way to get everybody thinking of ways to improve themselves and their approach to their jobs or business. This is a big book of humorous training games that is a great way to encourage creative

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Are you looking for a great way to motivate yourself and your co-workers. Motivational books for business are a great way to get everybody thinking of ways to improve themselves and their approach to their jobs or business. This is a big book of humorous training games that is a great way to encourage creative problem solving and for team building.

To produce changes that last beyond the classroom, training games must engage restless audiences, keep them interested ­­and make the experience of learning fun!

The Big Book of Humorous Training Games uses witty, engaging games to create memorable lessons in numerous basic training topics, including customer service, teambuilding, creative problem solving, time management, and more.

There is no need to break the budget anymore with expensive speakers and seminars. This is a great way to get creative and do it yourself.

Step-by-step instructions work with dozens of reproducible handouts and worksheets help trainers and speakers minimize preparation time ­­and maximized training success.

More books to motivate you. Get ahead in your job and inspire others while you’re at it.

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A Customer says:

Humor Opened Doors and Minds I recently purchased a copy of this book as I was preparing to facilitiate a workshop on respect in the workplace. I had used games in previous training sessions but was pleasantly surprised when I came across this book. 

Anonymous says:

Lots of ideas I got this book with Brian Miller’s Quick Teambuilding Activities (also from amazon.com). Both are good. This one has more activities, but not necessarily better ones. I like the way this one often has a “suggested funny intro” for introducing the activity because i usually stumble in setting it up. The only problem is that some of the activites are quite long (up to an hour)…that’s where Millers book excels, all activities are 15 min or less. The activities here are organized into nice categories, too.

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