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Why are Children Better at Teamwork?

  • January, 2019
  • Simone Beeson
  • things we've learned, 
  • team building

Openness, eagerness, and a total lack of shame. These are some of the qualities that make children better communicators than adults.

Children are good communicators about their emotions because they are honest and open with each other. They want to resolve problems and don’t tiptoe around their feelings.
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Simone Beeson, Creative Writer

Building Vulnerability Based Trust

  • January, 2019
  • Simone Beeson
  • things we've learned, 
  • team building

Vulnerability not only allows us to make connections, it is an essential building block for strong and enduring relationships.

It’s sometimes the easiest path to disconnect from others and throw up our guard. It makes us feel safe in the unknown. Admit it or not, the source of this disconnection is fear.
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Simone Beeson, Creative Writer

Creating a Game to Resolve Conflict

  • November, 2018
  • Kelly Carpenter
  • what's happening, 
  • games

If you’re committed to the design process, as we are, you know that it’s a never-ending cycle. In this blog, we detail the first five iterations of the Cards vs Conflict game development cycle.

We realised that people hold cards splayed vertically in their hands, but our text ran horizontally. We found spelling errors, language barriers, and learnt the limitations for group sizes.
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Creating a game to resolve conflict

How to Turn Failure into Success

  • December, 2018
  • Kelly Carpenter
  • things we've learned

We've all failed. In this article, we talk about some of our biggest failures and how we made the most of them.

For weeks, it kept me down. Even now, I cringe to think about it. But now, it also makes me smile. We learnt more from that session than we have from any session that’s gone perfectly.
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