Welcome to The Firefly Group!
Specialists in the use of interactive learning strategies to help businesses and other organizations achieve their goals.
Tired of typical teaching? Here's how you can use a glass, water, and an index card to turn things upside down and teach about being a better leader, managing stress, resisting peer pressure, and much more.
then about meeting your needs for a keynote speaker, meeting facilitator, or experiential learning designer.
We provide training and facilitation services that are engaging, participatory, result-focused, and fun! If you are looking for an enjoyable way to learn and if you want to include your whole group as valued participants, click through the pages listed here. Then contact us for more information.
it Out! The Firefly News Flash
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The April 2018 issue is available.
It's April Fools:
Time for Deception
Lying can be good for learning. This is not fake news. White lies, fibs, pretending, and deception are ways to teach concepts and practice skills. In this issue of the Firefly News Flash, you can review nine ways to make role plays more effective. And you'll find a fun activity to spark conversation about what it takes to build trust in a team.
Create a check list for observers to sharpen their ability to identify the desired behaviors in a role play.
In this Issue:
- 99-Word Story: No, Gracias - Lying to Prevent Over Consumption
- Discoveries: Role Play - Principles to Increase Effectiveness
- Ideas: Deception - Lying and Learning
- Activity: Three Truths and a Fib - What's Good about Lying
Bonus: Check out the Activity for May's News Flash and you can see my newest video which demonstrates how to teach a multitude of topics with just 8 washers and a string.
Click HERE to see what kind of a message ninety-nine powerful words can deliver!
Buy the book, Say It Quick!
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To learn more, contact
The Firefly Group
339 Bullock Drive
Guilford, VT 05301
brian 'at' thefirefly.org