A powerful tool… and especially useful when used with small breakout groups. Very personal issues can be brought to the table, giving participants an opportunity to re-run a less than successful conversation, practice a meeting that is due to happen in the future, or try out techniques to deal with particular people that they have an on-going issues with.
Used as part of an Impact and Influence session, participants have a chance to flex their own style to influence someone who they perceive to have an opposing style to their natural way of communicating. Used in conjunction with training on MBTI or Insights for example, participants can practice using their new knowledge and techniques in a safe environment.
Confidentiality is key to using Realplay successfully. All participants need to be comfortable sharing information with the group about people and situations they have issues with – and with the feedback and advice that will come from the group during the session.
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