Unleash your team’s confidence with the Green Light Game, a game designed to enhance presentation skills, unique voice discovery, and on-the-fly adaptability within your group.
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Comprising 60 cards with adjectives, nouns, and unexpected wildcard questions, the Green Light Game promises a fresh and engaging experience every session.
Bring the Green Light Game to your classroom or boardroom, and watch as ideas flourish, creativity soars, and adaptability becomes second nature.
With thousands already embracing the fast-paced challenges, this game is not only a tool for growth but a source of fun and connection.
Of course! To make the game easier, give more time to develop the pitch.
To make the game harder, switch words during the preparation too. While the teams are preparing pitches, engage each group with an unexpected twist by stating, “It’s not about how things change, but how we recover when we encounter setbacks.” Then, swap their adjective and noun cards with new ones, challenging them to adapt and keep moving forward.
We LOVE how self-motivated you are. Of course, you can play alone.
For individual skill building, draw cards and prepare a pitch for 30 seconds. Present it while recording yourself to add pressure, then pick up a wild card question and weave it into your pitch to hone improvisation & adaptability.
Split the group into three teams, with two teams independently pitching a product formed from randomly chosen adjective and noun cards. The third team judges the pitches on fun and feasibility, awarding one point to the best pitch. Rotate roles, continuing this process until a team earns 7 points, declaring them the winner of the Green Light Game.
The Green Light Game is designed to boost essential skills. It enhances clear communication, fosters teamwork, sparks creative thinking, and builds resilience in the face of challenges. Plus, it’s a fun way to gain confidence in presenting ideas to others. It’s not just a game; it’s a tool for growth.