What I like

  • It is interactive
  • Is useful in all kinds of teams and for all kinds of roles
  • Useful
  • Cards
  • Interaction in team
  • Introduction session with cards
  • Never heard about this team exercise
  • The exercise with the "Get to know each other" cards
  • Game to get to know each other
  • Exercises, team work, interaction
  • Team building ideas
  • Exercise was fun
  • Game to get to know each other
  • Seemed that the exercises are really useful in real life
  • Great exercises
  • Related to Daniel Offmans' "It We Me" model
  • Really hands-on
  • Interesting model
  • It was a nice team building activity and worked well even for complete strangers
  • Interesting exercise
  • New for me, energising way to experience it
  • Interactive, get to meet colleagues
  • Inspiring
  • Timing ok, well presented
  • Fun, playful, clear - good subject
  • The XP spirit of the session, connecting to people for lively work
  • Understand that the TCI join the team into the same purpose and creates psychological bounds
  • Different, perfhaps useful
  • Very nice of the speaker to share the issue with the colleague. It really showed the importance of the balance
  • Card game!
  • Group interaction
  • New info, so I learned a lot!
  • Good start to further investigate (read about it)
  • You gave me a first introduction to Theme Centered Interaction. I think I can do something with it but I didn't get the last exercise

To improve

  • Use English cards
  • Use a visible timer during the exercise
  • Teach us about TCI, we do not need to live it
  • Use this only as a coaching session, with people that really have to work with each other
  • What's the link with the customer?
  • For me, meeting the team members took a bit too long
  • Hard to link this to my daily work
  • Explain more clearly what the goal and advantages of TCI are
  • What's the goal? I didn't see where the session was going and am still not sure about it
  • The purpose of the second and third exercise was very vague, we didn't really know what to do
  • Give more examples on how to use this in our own projects
  • Give examples of real success sotries
  • Put the goal straight from the beginning
  • I expected more theoretical content
  • More about the theory behind TCI
  • More enegery, more guidnace before jumping into the exercises
  • Add more theory and practical examples to the session
  • Missed some depth
  • Really know why this is used
  • Explanation about next steps
  • Currently, the third task is not clear, we spent a lot of time just trying to decide what we should do
  • Explain the use of the wheel a bit more by presenting an example
  • More attention to coach, question people, or smaller sized audience
  • References to the sources and maybe translation? You can make them available on the site :-)
  • The exercise was difficult. As a group we didn't really get it - especially creating the wheel. Don't know if twe did any good or what to learn from it
  • More clear explanation about how to make the wheel (we had lots of discussion about it)
  • I would dig into the subject more so you can go deeper into it