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Group-dynamic game

Group-dynamic games are games that teach and reflect certain group dynamics as well as interpersonal relationships:

  • relationships between two people
  • relationships between a person and a group
  • relationships between groups

Group-dynamic games are usually designed for the specific purpose of furthering personal development and character building. They have a proven history in conflict resolution[?], anger management[?] and many more areas. Many stem from big successes in drug rehabilitation[?] and from therapies dealing with other major dramas like war experiences.

Win-win games Win-win games or 'games without losers' have been increasingly popular since the end of the Vietnam war and have been successfully applied to all levels of society for many good uses. There are books on the market which help you to set up groups (fun groups or self help groups) and which tell you which games are safe to play without a professional (psychologist etc) being at hand.

Literature

  • 'Der Spielende Manager', Mainz 1987, Namokel und Tosch KG



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