Corporate Director, Training, Emerson, Inc.
Breaks are important for learners' mental and physical well-being. But it can sometimes be challenging to get a group of learners to fully re-engage after a break, especially in the afternoon or toward the end of a multi-day program. Over the years, I have developed a fun, engaging, and stimulating exercise that I use after breaks. It takes only a few minutes, learners enjoy it, it raises the energy level in the room, and it brings participants back into a creative and active learning mode.