Self-facilitation of the helping hands activity

When you choose to self-facilitate the Helping Hands activity, we set you up for success from the start of the activity. You are not just sent a box full of miscellaneous parts, everything has been meticulously packed to ensure that the process is clear, even to a first-time facilitator.
 
The kits are designed to be easily scalable for large groups and the activity works just as well for a group of 600 participants as it does for a group of 6. As a facilitator, all you need to think about is how many Help Desk Operators you need to pre-train for larger groups.
 
Each carefully packaged self-facilitation kit includes the following:
  • The parts to build 10 separate hands. Appropriate for use with between 10 and 30 participants
  • Step-by-step facilitation and assembly instructions, program videos and powerpoint presentations to help build these state-of-the-art hands
  • Spare parts
  • Tools for help desk officers to use during the exercise
  • All the materials required to bind a participants hand, if this is the facilitation technique that you choose to use

For more information please contact us via email: info@henricksconsulting.com

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6 thoughts on “Self-facilitation of the helping hands activity”

  1. i was interested in helping hands and i think it seems to be more for large team building however can they be sold to a family to complete on a small scale, or small work place without the team building activitys? and if so what would be the number we would need to order and how much would it be? Thankyou and look forward to a reply soon

    1. Hi Laura,

      It’s fantastic that you’re wanting to be involved!

      You are right in saying that the activity is designed primarily for groups of 30 or more. However, there are some creative options for smaller groups or families. The best way to talk through your options would be to chat about it on the telephone. Would you be in a position to call us on (02) 8061-3918? Alternatively, just drop us an email at info@henricksconsulting.com with your telephone number and we’ll give you a call back at a convenient time.

      Kind Regards,

      Matt.

    1. No problem at all Bernadette. I am thrilled that you want to be involved! We certainly have some creative options available for smaller groups. I will ask one of my staff to call you first thing on Monday if that’s ok.

      Kind Regards,

      Matt.

  2. Hi Team

    I am very interested in doing this activity for my team at work, as it would be an excellent way to help heal some cracks, and create something wonderful at the same time.

    It is also a great way to show that whatever problems we have, there are others whose need is greater than ours.

    What does a kit cost, and how might be get involved?

    Bedelia

    1. Hi Bedelia,

      I’m really excited that you want to get involved in our program. I understand that someone from my team has been trying to get in touch with you but is struggling to get through.

      Please send us an email with your details and we can proceed from there.

      Kind Regards,

      Matt.

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