Maxwell Leadership Comfort Zone Wheelies
Are you tired of asking the same questions to open your programs? Have you ever wanted your participants to go a little deeper with their conversations?
Here is a unique collection of questions that will breathe new life into your openers. Questions are color-coded by level of risk: Green Questions - lower risk questions, Yellow Questions - medium risk questions, and Red Questions - higher risk questions. Participants can choose the level of depth they would like to share based on the color of the question card that is presented to them.
Here are a few examples from each of the three categories:
Name your ideal car.
Who is your greatest hero?
Where’s one place you’d like to go that you haven’t been?
What is one dream you have yet to accomplish?
What qualities do you admire about your parents?
What’s something you can’t go a day without doing?
What is one thing that people misunderstand about you?
What is something a past relationship taught you?
What is the greatest struggle you have overcome?
Our favorite way to use these cards is to let the participants ask each other the questions as an icebreaker exchange. Hand one card to each participant. Ask them to find a partner that has the color of card they are willing to answer and share their response to the question on their card. After the two have each shared their response, have them exchange cards and find a new partner. Encourage 6-7 partner exchanges.
This also works well if you have programs that have late arrivals. Anyone can join the group at any time.
60 Cards in the set - 20 of each color. Packaged in a plastic container. Instructions included.