The KnowMe games are an award-winning suite of board games for establishing trust and building relationships. These powerful training tools have been used in over 20 countries by a wide range of organizations including major corporations, schools and youth groups (see our clients).
KnowMe games are based on the Disclosure/Feedback model of awareness known as the Johari Window, named after Joseph Luft and Harry Ingham. There are games specifically designed for the workplace and for youth groups.
Corporate games: The KnowMe Master game lays the foundation for ongoing relationships based on mutual trust and open communications. Issues that are addressed in other games include teambuilding, diversity, organizational assessment, career management, quality and service, and change and transformation.
Youth games: The Youth Master game 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 any other form of group membership. Other games tackle issues such as diversity, the environment and substance abuse.
The KnowMe games have proved such a success because they address real situations. As the players deal with these issues together they learn to improve their communication skills, build trust within the group and develop their own self-esteem.
The success of an organization is dependent on its people and how they interact with each another. KnowMe games enhance the effectiveness of participants' interactions, enabling them to work as a team to overcome problems.