Why People like our games?

Some people avoid calling them “games,” choosing “activity,” “challenge,” or “problem” instead. Whatever a group chooses to call them, these games can boost our efforts to create powerful, lasting community change.

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Some people avoid calling them “games,” choosing “activity,” “challenge,” or “problem” instead. Whatever a group chooses to call them, these games can boost our efforts to create powerful, lasting community change.

Why Play Games?
When a group of people are preparing to participate in social change, there needs to be some breaking down of inhibitions before they become group participants. “There is no ‘I’ in T-E-A-M” and all that. Before a group can build effective solutions to the problems facing their communities, they need to trust each other and communicate.

Cooperative games also help set the tone of an action. Social change work is often hard-driven and energy-consuming. Many groups find that cooperative games offer a brisk, friendly way to couple passionate task-oriented goals with driven, group-minded teambuilding. In other words, fun and games help propel social change.

 

The purpose of the games is often set during the introduction, or framing, of the activity. Participants may be forewarned of the deeper meanings, or the activity may be introduced as a metaphor. Another way to inject purpose into activities is in the reflection or debriefing of the activity.

When a group of people are preparing to participate in social change, there needs to be some breaking down of inhibitions before they become group participants. “There is no ‘I’ in T-E-A-M” and all that. Before a group can build effective solutions to the problems facing their communities, they need to trust each other and communicate.

Cooperative games also help set the tone of an action. Social change work is often hard-driven and energy-consuming. Many groups find that cooperative games offer a brisk, friendly way to couple passionate task-oriented goals with driven, group-minded teambuilding. In other words, fun and games help propel social change.

Another purpose of games is to get people to think together, as a team, so that everyone in the group has input and shares ideas. When we have input we have ownership, and when more people have ownership there is more success.

 

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