I am a big fan of the the Thiagi Gameletter. If you are in the learning business, you should definitely check it out. Their mission is to "increase and improve the use of interactive, experiential strategies to improve human performance in an effective, efficient, and enjoyable way." The November issue was dedicated to improv activities, including the improve game "Emotional Meeting" by Kat Koppett. Since I am on the lookout for the awareness-building practices for multiple intelligences, I found, that activity was a great example of such awareness practice that engaged interpersonal intelligence. You can read the full description of the activity in the gameletter, but here's its brief summary:
Some suggested emotions and attitudes to play with include joy, anger, fear, and ambition.
This activity can reveal a lot about the effect of our emotions on other people and on team performance.
In your everyday interactions, do you notice when you take on other people's emotions? How does it affect your actions and reactions?
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