Miroverse Challenge: Team Connection ​​​​🤝

  • 16 November 2021
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Miroverse Challenge: Team Connection ​​​​🤝

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Hi @Vincent Schnor @Maria Karnaukhova you can indeed submit multiple :grinning:

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  • Your full name: Ruslan Kildeev

  • Role and company: Project Coordinator, MitOst e.V.

  • Mention category: Meetings

  • Miro board embedded with your template (with view access): 

     

  • Instructions on how to use the template:

    This template is built around the Open Space method and helps make it digital. With this template, you can easily run an Open Space session online!

    The instructions below don't explain the method itself — for this, please refer to the original source by Harrison Owen (https://openspaceworld.org/wp2/hho/papers/brief-users-guide-open-space-technology/). 

    A couple of technicalities about how to work with the template:
    1. Use the Pool of Topics to collect topics sourced from the participants.
    2. With help of the Miro timer make the topics pitching short and sexy.
    3. Assign the topics to the "kiosks" to set up the schedule.
    4. Copy the topic sticky notes to the working areas.
    5. Harvest what's happened in the breakouts in the end.

 

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Hi @Vincent Schnor @Johanna Torstensson @JPalz @JanaFiaccola @Romy Smith @Agile Games With James @Clyde D'Souza @Ruslan Kildeev @Nhi Tran @Tracy Bain @Frankie Kok @Lech Guzowski @NinaSwitch11 @Regine @Daria Rudnik @Eline Charles @Kokoro @DWestgarth @Val_theWiz  and all the guests of this challenge :wave_tone2:

 

You have less than 12 hours to vote for your favourite templates! :tada: 

 

Please note: we will only consider templates that made it to the second round :balloon:

 

We will be announcing the winners tomorrow! :confetti_ball:

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Can’t wait! 

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Is there a limit of how many templates you can submit for the competition?

I hope multiple 🙈 Here is a very simple Icebreaker I normally use. Level of complexity is low.

 

:round_pushpin: Vincent Schnor - Agile Coach & Organisational Consultant @Netzwerkknoten

Category: Icebreaker

 

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Hi everyone, 

  • Full Name: Frankie Kok 

  • Role and Company: Founder at The Creative Gym 

  • Category: Meetings 

  • Miro Board Template below 


What’s Feedback Action Plan?

Feedback Action Plan is a strategic planning framework for organisations to boost team alignment and run productive meetings through gather, review, and take actions on the feedback that's relevant to the organisation’s goal all in one single page.

Why Feedback Action Plan?

During team meetings, the facilitator can 

  • Align the team to move from personal opinions (feedbacks) to greater clarity on the actions to take. 
  • Empower teams to continuously improve by turning constructive feedback into productive actions
  • Incorporating valuable feedback to improve the innovation process

How does the Feedback Action Plan work?

The Feedback Action Plan incorporates the learnings from the feedback they have received from “I like, I wish, I wonder” and turn them into actionable steps at “We will amplify, We will address, We will implement” to create valuable changes.

"I like, I wish, and I wonder" was inspired by the work from Stanford, IDEO, and Hyper Island, and I designed the framework "We will amplify, we will address, and we will implement".

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Hi everyone,

@JPalz @Daria Rudnik @Eline Charles  @Stewart Wolfe @Said Saddouk @Val_theWiz @Vincent Schnor @Maria Karnaukhova @Marlon @Frankie Kok @Ruslan Kildeev @Kokoro @DWestgarth 

I have some good news: we decided to move the deadline to January 12th 23:59 CET so that everyone can enjoy the holidays and also get a change to take part in the challenge!

We hope everyone enjoys the holidays, and we look forward to see even more amazing templates soon :heart_eyes:

Please don’t forget to submit your template to Miroverse before the deadline and mention what category your template is in: Icebreakers, meetings, or team building. :hugging:

@cwheeler New Date! 

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  • Your full name: Tracy Bain

  • Role and company: Director of Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning @ IFAW

  • Mention category: meetings (strategy and planning)

  • Miro board embedded with your template (with view access):

     

  • Instructions: This board walks users through different exercises to strategically plan out a conservation or development project with a team. Start by determining the project scope and completing a situational analysis (threat analysis) to develop a concept model. Turn it into a theory of change and select key outcomes to develop SMART objectives. From there you can develop indicators, activities, timelines, conduct a risk assessment or analyze potential partners. To help manage the project team you can design an organogram, outline roles and responsibilities and create a RACI table. It is best to do project planning with the whole project team including your Comms, Finance, Fundraising staff and external project partners.

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Hello I would like to submit my games under the teambuilding category 

Penny Game
https://miro.com/miroverse/penny-game/

 

Multi-tasking myth buster

https://miro.com/miroverse/multitasking-myth-buster-game/

 

The chocolate Bar Game

https://miro.com/miroverse/chocolate-bar-game/

 

Wake up in the morning 

https://miro.com/miroverse/wake-up-in-the-morning/

 

 

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Multitasking Myth-Buster Game

 

This is the Multitasking Mythbuster Game to be played In Miro. This game is a great example to show the cost of multitasking and context switching. This game is perfect for remote teams. To learn how to facilitate this game please watch the movie below.

Setup

Part 1 - Select one of the orange box play areas and write your name in the purple box that says "Your Name Here"

Part 2 - Grab your phone/stopwatch and set it to the timer mode ( which will count up when pressing start)

Round 1

  • (start the timer)

  • Write each first character horizontally

  • Then write the next character in each column horizontally

  • Continue with each row till you are done

  • ( Stop the timer/ Record your time)

Round 2

  • (start the timer)

  • Write the characters in the specified order, this time complete each column's characters all at once before moving on to the next column.

  • ( Stop the timer/ Record your time)

     

     

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Team Self-assessment DIY workshop

  • Lech Guzowski
  • Workplace Culture Design @ human
  • Team building

Most teams operate on auto-pilot with little thought given to how people fit and grow together. Stopping and doing this exploration is not only a great exercise to bring the team closer together, but also surface challenges or tensions which otherwise might go unsaid.

This workshop looks at 4 areas: 

  • team relations and environment - how does the team work together? what blocks/enables them?
  • team purpose - what's the team's why?
  • communication and decision-making - how does communications happen in the team? What helps/hinders information flow?
  • learning and individual development - how team members learn and develop?

It first allows individuals to reflect for themselves before collaborating together to create a map of actions for further exploration.

The aim is to surface challenges and tensions which otherwise might go unsaid and create a list of actionable tasks and topics for further discussion.

Step by step instructions can be found inside the template.

 

 

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Team Building Level 1-1

Val Gaudreault - Chief Inspiration Officer @ the Canada School of Public Services

Instructions are at the start view.

 

Exciting! I will definitely join.

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  • Your full name - Dave Westgarth

  • Role and company - Digital PM @ DWP

  • Category - icebreakers or team building

  • Miro board embedded with your template - 
     

     

  • Instructions on how to use the template - 

    This template works great as an ice breaker or fun team building activity putting a Miro spin on the popular Guess Who game!

     

    RULES

     

    1. Divide into 2 equal teams one for the red tray and one for blue

     

    2. As a team secretly select a face card and place beneath the Target Card (using PgDn)

     

    3. Alternate turns asking one question that can be answered yes or no

     

    4. Eliminate appropriate face cards using the blocker cards to screen out incorrect face cards

     

    5. Keep taking turns asking questions until someone thinks they can guess who is on the opponent's Target Card

     

    6. When you are ready to guess who is on the Mystery Card, make your guess on your turn instead of asking a question. You cannot ask a question and guess on the same turn.

    If you guess wrong, you lose the game!

    If you guess right, you win the game!

     

    BONUS CHALLENGE - For extra difficulty select an extra Target Face cards and try to work out who your opponent has selected using "both" and "either" questions to eliminate potential matches!

    I hope this is a fun exercise in your team and drives engagement and conversations!

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Your full name: Eline Charles

Role and company: Founder, Check The Process

Mention category: icebreakers

Miro board embedded with your template (with view access):

 

Instructions:

Pick a fish, any fish! It's simple

Choose a fishing rod and answer the question. Keep the fish safe in the tank afterwards, you might like to play again. Want to change the questions? Just unlock the brown patio and move it to adjust the text.

 

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  • Your full name - Daria Rudnik

  • Role and company - Daria Rudnik Coaching & Consulting, owner

  • Mention category: icebreakers, meetings, or team building - Team building

  • Miro board embedded with your template (with view access) https://miro.com/miroverse/team-new-years-resolutions-f0gq8lfsgxpbfs1u/

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  • Instructions on how to use the template - on the board

  • Optional: 1-3 minute video overview of your template - on the board

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  • Your full name - Daria Rudnik

  • Role and company - Daria Rudnik Coaching & Consulting, owner

  • Mention category: icebreakers, meetings, or team building - Team building

  • Miro board embedded with your template (with view access) https://miro.com/miroverse/team-purpose-workshop/

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  • Instructions on how to use the template - on the board

  • Optional: 1-3 minute video overview of your template - 

     

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Hi everyone,

@JPalz @Daria Rudnik @Eline Charles  @Stewart Wolfe @Said Saddouk @Val_theWiz @Vincent Schnor @Maria Karnaukhova @Marlon @Frankie Kok @Ruslan Kildeev @Kokoro @DWestgarth 

I have some good news: we decided to move the deadline to January 12th 23:59 CET so that everyone can enjoy the holidays and also get a change to take part in the challenge!

We hope everyone enjoys the holidays, and we look forward to see even more amazing templates soon :heart_eyes:

Please don’t forget to submit your template to Miroverse before the deadline and mention what category your template is in: Icebreakers, meetings, or team building. :hugging:

Thanks a lot, @Helena Brandist ! That’s great news! I was stressing out that I’m not managing to submit my templates because of pre-Christmas hustle! Have an amazing holiday ahead :) 

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The Writing Process Template

The writing process can be overwhelming at times. But it doesn't always have to be. To make your life smooth, I've created this all-in-one template that you can copy and fill up. I trust this helps you as much as it has helped me. 

  • Your full name: Clyde D’Souza

  • Role and company: Software Engineer at Xero

  • Mention category: Meetings 

  • Miro board embedded with your template (with view access): Embedded below.
     

     

  • Instructions on how to use the template: The template itself has various sections which act as a placeholder to capture information required for writing articles or other written material. Full instructions are available on the templates Miroverse page.

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Bulls Eye Feedback 

Interactively capture feedback from meeting attendees. 

  • Your full name: Clyde D’Souza
  • Role and company: Software Engineer at Xero
  • Mention category: Meetings 
  • Miro board embedded with your template (with view access): Embedded below.
     
  • Instructions on how to use the template: Include Bulls Eye Feedback in any of your existing workshop Miro boards to get your team's feedback on your workshop by asking them to place one of the custom made darts anywhere in the target. 10 means the workshop was great, 1 means the workshop was bad, and the remaining numbers is for everything in between. This template is also available on Miroverse
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Retrospective: Aliens

We've been fantasizing about aliens 👽 for so long that they've now come back to visit us at the end of our sprint. Are you excited about their visit? Well, at least they didn't come mid-sprint otherwise that would've caused havoc, am I right?

  • Your full name: Clyde D’Souza
  • Role and company: Software Engineer at Xero
  • Mention category: Meetings 
  • Miro board embedded with your template (with view access): Embedded below.
     
  • Instructions on how to use the template: Complete instructions below and also available on it’s Miroverse page

    A trip of a lifetime 
    Would you give up 15 years on Earth in exchange for a 2-week trip with an Alien to the ends of the Universe? A chilling icebreaker, isn't it? 

    A helping hand 
    Rumours are that these aliens have visited Earth before and have helped us build some magnificent structures like the pyramids. Like it or not, let's reflect on what went well. 

    But what if...? 
    There are also other theories that once this portal to extraterrestrial life opens up, some unfriendly aliens can escape into our reality. If that happens, that will certainly not go down well. Anyway, that's a 'what if'. For now, perhaps jot down things that didn't go well during the last sprint? 

    That's it. Happy retrospective!
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Hand-Drawn Lean Canvas

Collaborate together on this Lean Canvas which is a 1-page business plan template created by Ash Maurya that helps you deconstruct your idea into its key assumptions. It replaces elaborate 20-page business plans with a single page succinct yet robust business model. Lean Canvas is adapted from Alex Osterwalder's Business Model Canvas and optimized for Lean Startups.

  • Your full name: Clyde D’Souza
  • Role and company: Software Engineer at Xero
  • Mention category: Meetings 
  • Miro board embedded with your template (with view access): Embedded below.
     
     
  • Instructions on how to use the template: Complete instructions below and also on it’s Miroverse page

    So, how do you fill up a Lean Canvas? Simple. Just go from step #1 to step #9 as outlined in the template (and also descriptions provided below) and see the magic happen.
     

    Problem: List to 1–3 problems to solve

    Customer segments: List your target customers and users.

    Unique value proposition: Single, clear, compelling message that states why you are different and worth paying attention to.

    Solution: Outline a possible solution for each problem.

    Unfair advantage: Something that cannot easily be bought or copied.

    Revenue streams: List your sources of revenue.

    Cost structure: List your fixed and variable costs.

    Key metrics: List key numbers that tell you how your business is doing.

    Channels: List your path to the customer (inbound and/or outbound)

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  • Nina Pozderec

  • Psychologist, facilitator & self-management expert at Switch to eleven

  • Category: team building

  • Miro board: Team psychological safety workshop

     

  • Instructions are in the template :) 

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  • Nina Pozderec

  • Psychologist, facilitator & self-management expert at Switch to eleven

  • Category: team building

  • Miro board: Team alignment workshop

  • Instructions are in the template :) 

 

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  • Nina Pozderec

  • Psychologist, facilitator & self-management expert at Switch to eleven

  • Category: team building

  • Miro board: Self-management team workshop

  • Instructions are in the template :) 

 

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