Date of publication: 2017-08-16 12:52
The couple''s lawyer John Hammond said proceedings had been filed in the WA Equal Opportunity Commission and a full explanation about the dismissal had been sought in writing from Senator Hanson.
The activity may be used as an icebreaker or larger discussion exercise, for groups of any size and age/seniority, subject to appropriate facilitation for your situation.
Instruct people to create a copy of their piece of the picture exactly (for example) ten times bigger, according to length and width dimension. Size increase (ten-times, five-times, twenty-times, etc) is up to you - the more then the longer the activity takes, and the bigger the final result.
After the debate hold a ''free'' vote to see what the combined group now believes about the question. Allow but do not encourage abstentions (''don''t knows''). Encourage group members to vote as individuals, putting their team loyalty to one side.
Basically the exercise is for group members individually to think of and then silently ''act out'' a song, a film, a book or a play, etc., which illustrates a particular aspect of work, business or management, or any other key message relevant to the group.
Opening people''s minds to these possibilities then enables discussion and identification of personal learning aims and wishes, perhaps some consensus, which then naturally enables planning and implementation and support of some new exciting non-work and life-learning activities for people, as individuals and as teams, depending on what people want and will commit to, and how far the organisation is prepared to assist and encourage.
Depending on time and how you want to use the activities, other materials and measuring devices can be used for different exercises, for example:
The activity (which can also be used for more structured workshops ) is for groups of any size although large groups of more than twenty people will need splitting into several teams with facilitators/spokes-people/presenters appointed, and extra thought needs to be given to the review/presentation stage to review and collect all the ideas and agree follow-up actions.
Bigger scale indoor or outdoor versions of this game are possible using coloured tennis balls on a playground or a suitably marked floor or grass area, in which case a hula-hoop serves as an ideal measuring template.
The subject(s) chosen for the ''moneygrams'' (coin pictures) are at the facilitator''s discretion, and/or can be suggested by groups, depending on the situation.
This is a simple quick role-play or written communications exercise. For groups of up to a dozen. Split larger groups into smaller teams and appoint team leaders to chair and facilitate.