For this meet-up, Corentin and I wanted to introduce a tool that we love: the moving motivators cards. We also introduced the feedback wall, another tool of
The participants were surprised to discover themselves and their personal motivational drivers using the moving motivators cards. This serious game is coming from Management 3.0 from Jurgen Appelo. With only 10 cards you are invited to rank from the most important. I often see people surprised to see the result. It is a very effective tool for introspection. I recommend to use it when you want to lead a choice or a change with the idea to improve your well-being.
Two by two the participants introduced themselves to the other describing their personal interpretation of the motivation cards.
In the second phase of the workshop, we proposed the participant to select a situation (the company they belong, a project in which they participate) to rank how much this situation allows them to realise their motivations in life. With the help of Corentin we helped each participant to understand how to influence the situation by introducing a change.
The participant collected their feedback during the workshop on sticky notes with a smiley:
🙂 an elements they liked
🙁 something they recommend not to do
😐 and proposal for experiments
In the end of the workshop the participant shared a dinner and some beers to foster networking .
Aurore, the cook at Alliance Merode prepared a vegan Korean dinner: Bibimbap. Charlot and Aurore the owners of the restaurant have a fine selection of beer that they offer for degustation.