Question: We use different games in the practice of round tables: for warm-up, for getting acquainted with each other, for connecting, for role-playing, etc. What do we get from the games?
Answer: The game makes it easy to tune into some fragment of communication between us. It does not oblige one to anything. It easily comes and goes, relaxes, and brings people together. This, of course, is not a condition for making decisions.
Question: The basis of all of the games is competition. Do you recommend that people not compete with each other?
Answer: You need to compete, but first of all with yourself, then with others. For what? In order to maximize my personal and, as I believe, objective opinion.
Question: Where should the energy be directed? Usually during a game or competition, the energy of one is directed against the other.
Answer: No, it should be only to the common benefit; otherwise, it is not a round table.
From KabTV’s “Management Skills” 7/9/20