Empathy is an Essential Skill for In-Person,
Remote or Hybrid Working Environments
This professional development workshop has been designed with collaboration in mind. The Empathy Toy® is a collaborative puzzle game that can only be solved when players learn to understand each other. Each game is expertly facilitated to uncover insights into how you and your team communicate, all in as little as 90 minutes.
We offer a variety of ready-to-go, professional development workshops that we tailor for each team we play with to suit online, in-person or hybrid work environments. Book a call today to see how we can help.
How it works
Before your workshop
We book a 30 minute consultation to establish your key goals and themes for the session.
During your workshop
Your team will go through a series of evolving games to explore how you collaborate. Facilitators will then debrief based on your goals.
After your workshop
Your whole team will leave with fresh insights into your communication styles tangible insights into creating better interactions.
Twenty One Toys has proven success in transforming the way team members interact within their working environment.
Organizations have found employees to be more:
- Collaborative and responsive to feedback.
- Engaged and excited to work together.
- Deeply rooted in company core values.
- Able to identify and work through the communication limitations of remote working.
Clients & Testimonials
“It was the highlight of the day and, more importantly, I am hearing conversations in meetings like, 'I realized when we played that game at the offsite that no one knows where I’m coming from. So here is where I’m coming from.' And those conversations are making our meetings more effective.”
Four County Labour Market Planning Board
“The workshop gave our team lots of opportunity to debrief our thoughts, feelings, and understandings which allowed us to have tools to implement immediately.”
Vice President of Accessibility
“Your training is so inclusive, not only because your team is willing to work with different situations, but because it is built in a way that it truly promotes inclusion. I have learned a lot from the training, even though I have lead empathy sessions before, and I have been around accessibility and inclusion for some 25 years, I got new ideas and new angles of thinking which I was able to implement immediately. Thank you so much for putting it together, it was amazing.”