Want to boost your group’s engagement
without trying too hard or getting too fancy?
Let me introduce you to the Curiosity Box. It’s a powerful tool
for equipping facilitators, business innovators, coaches and team leaders
with NEW WAYS of engaging groups, initiating ideas and getting feedback.
If you’ve been working with groups for a while, you’ll know that
sometimes you need to ‘mix it up’!
That’s where this tool becomes an invaluable resource. Each set contains
40 unique hand-drawn cards plus a 20-page User Guide packed with ‘how to’ information
and practical examples so that you can expand how you use the ‘Pick an Image’ activity.
You’ll find the cards slot easily into many group processes. The images are
thought-provoking and curious. They leave a lot to the interpreter! So, if you want
a new way of sparking new ideas, they are particularly useful for those who work with
groups. The cards will add impact to meetings and workshops. They can also be used
in one-on-one coaching sessions and for personal reflection processes.
If you already use card sets, you will find the Curiosity Box gives you a whole new
visual repertoire to work with.
You’ll see benefits from their use by encouraging engagement; inspiring and motivating
participants contributions; generating energy; and organising participants into groups.
In coaching and individual reflection, the cards can help you see issues in new ways,
generate ideas to deal with challenges and identify areas for action.
How do they work? You can use them: in GROUPS — as part of introductions, energiser
activities, progress check-ins and feedback; and for ONE-ON-ONE COACHING and PERSONAL
REFLECTION — random card to stimulate ideas, goal setting activities and progress checks.
How are they different? The cards are UNIQUE images, hand-drawn by the creator, Michelle
Walker of Curious Minds Co. They are text-free, so OPEN to interpretation by the user and
ADAPTABLE to different groups and a wide range of activities.