LikeWhen © is an author's teambuilding game suitable for people over 14 years old. The main goal of the game is to unite the participants, which makes it a very useful resource for teams in companies and institutions, families, high school and university students.
The mechanism of the game involves the exchange of experiences and emotions through the life stories of the participants. Two specially created decks of cards are used for the game.
"LikeWhen" © is an adventure in which all the people in your life you care about are invited. The ultimate destination is the good and healthy human relationship between you - something precious to each of us that we all constantly need.
The game develops the team, life and emotional skills of the players, but you do not need to be a specialist in psychology or EQ to play it.
The rules of the game are not difficult. They are explained in 10 clear steps.
The board game creates empathy between the players. It brings them together through shared life stories and contributes to team effectiveness. The game develops mindfulness, desire for mutual help and trust.
Frequent play develops life skills and the level of social awareness. The whole team gains confidence in teamwork. Everyone in it learns to listen to others with the desire to understand, not to respond.
Frequent team play will develop individual and group emotional intelligence, social skills, creativity and presentation skills.
Teambuilding game has clear and easy to understand rules. You can play it at any time without prior preparation. The game is interesting and exciting – a favorite of hundreds of teams around the world.
This is the first of its kind game to build and unite teams through group and individual development of emotional intelligence and social skills.
The deck contains specially selected author’s images and messages that make each game very exciting and fascinating.
The mechanism of the game is based on scientifically proven methods for personal and group development.
Surveys of company teams, student groups and families playing the game on a weekly basis show eloquently good results.