This is a game i learned from Hans Fluri (some of you maybe remember him from the Interlaken conference) and which i started to use to “train” the people during a teamcoaching/change process, that they can recognise the positive changes afterwards which might be small and inconspicuous.
The game is fun, short and partly silent; a usual effect is also refreshed concentration...
So i tell something about small changes and that they need our focus of attention to be recognised and not overlooked. I ask the team members to sit (or stand) in pairs facing each other in a distance of ca 1 meter. I ask them to freeze the own position and memorize it, also the position and details of the person opposite to them. After 30 seconds i ask them to turn around and make 5 changes: 2 at the cloths and accessories, 3 at the position of their bodies. When all the players are ready, they turn back and try to find the small changes on each other.
Mostly i make a second round to train the awareness for even smaller changes.
At the end of the coaching session i only need to make a remark on their capability to observe small desired changes others make in the organisation.