We often combine experiential learning activities with a personal assessment or an inventory tool. These tools are used to positively frame underlying values and motivations that have an influence on behaviours. Better understanding of our own preferences can lead to better understanding of our colleagues, who may have differing preferences from our own.
Once participants understand the results of the tool, they quickly become aware of how their underlying motivations are evident in their actions exhibited during an experiential activity.
This combination allows for both personal and team insights, and our structure provides space for team members to step out of their normal organizational roles and explore alternatives and their impacts.