The Know Me Challenge enables players to encounter one another as individuals and to understand other players in terms of their personal values, views and experiences, rather than their status, race, gender or position in the organization. Lays the foundation for ongoing relationships based on mutual trust.
This interesting game is based on the disclosure and feedback model of awareness known as the Johari window. Played on a board between 4 to 6 players in an interactive manner, this game allows for a harmonious exchange of information and feelings by participants regarding organisational and community matters. The trust attained during this exercise is key in any trust building process especially in enabling communication and relationship building between individuals from diverse groups or with different personal experiences and views. This game certainly pushes the trust factor and open communication in corporate groups to a higher level.