Sometimes you have to engage with a group of people that simply doesn’t want to be there.

Maybe they’re at the end of a long week.

Maybe the session is mandatory and they don’t yet see the value or purpose.

Maybe they’re just simply cranky curmudgeons.

The best leaders and educators have tools to navigate a tough crowd. 
 
Here’s the good news: you can get past that reluctance! Today, I’m offering you 4 tips and ideas that I use to deal with a reluctant group. This video will help you get past the the initial resistance to you and your message and create impact anyway. In fact, one of my tips will show you how to work through at least 80% of the reluctance you’ll face—in under two minutes.

Toward real connection—online and off,

CHAD LITTLEFIELD
Creator of the Connection Toolkit
Co-Founder at We and Me

PS – %And if after watching the video above, you’re still struggling with how to engage your group, here are 3 Simple Online Energizers And Icebreakers that will match where your group is at and give them “challenge-by-choice.”  

PPS Did you know that our Connection Toolkit includes a free-forever subscription to playmeo.com—which is Earth’s largest database of collaborative group exercises?

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