NWDR Scavenger Hunt – LICRSH!

LICRSH buttonsNext week (March 22-23), PignPotato Games will be hosting its second Legendary International Conflict Resolution Scavenger Hunt (LICRSH) at the Northwest Dispute Resolution Conference in Seattle!

Join us at 1:30 p.m. on March 22 for an introductory session! Come with a pre-formed team of up to 4, or find teammates there. LICRSH will be an amazing opportunity to meet colleagues and get to know fellow conflict resolution professionals in an informal and enjoyable setting.

Why a Scavenger Hunt?

Here’s how we see it:

  • Scavenger Hunts allow us to practice many of the same skills we use as conflict resolution professionals.
  • Scavenger Hunts are fun!
  • Science tells us that we learn better and retain more if we have fun while we are learning.

So… Scavenger Hunts offer a great Professional Development opportunity for Conflict Resolution professionals!

We’ve identified our list of 10 links between Scavenger Hunts and Conflict Resolution work – both involve:

  • Collaboration
  • Varieties of the Creative Process
  • Problem-solving
  • Movement/Physicality
  • The Power of Silly
  • Sharing the Silly
  • Risk-taking
  • Making “Asks”
  • Tapping into Memories
  • Kindness

We’ll say more about each of these in blog posts this week, but join us next week to experience the ways in which LICRSH taps into all 10!

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Author: pignpotato

PignPotato Games is a group of mediators, lawyers and creatives sharing a desire to change how conflict resolution and collaboration are learned in homes, schools and businesses. PignPotato Games produces games that are collaborative, fun and challenging.

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