TEAM[inclusive] consists of 22 experiential activities that focus on inclusive teamwork. This means that you will be able to directly apply the learning results to your work situation.

The activities have the following characteristics:

  • They are interactive.
  • They start from concrete examples or cases.
  • They are linked to clearly defined learning objectives.
  • They provide inspiration for a targeted follow-up discussion.

The activities have been developed in such a way that team leaders can work independently with them. To support team leaders in this, they can consult the manual.

There you will find info on:

  • how to select the right activities;
  • when best to use the activities;
  • how to prepare practically;
  • how to discuss the activity afterwards.

The manual also gives you tips on how to create a safe climate while doing the activities and how to monitor that everyone gets a say.

Download the manual here:


Communication Compas

In addition to the activities, we also developed a post-conversation methodology that you can use at several moments to start the conversation around inclusion with your team.

Download the instruction sheet for ‘Communication Compas’ here:

Ready to get started? Do the three ‘checks’:

1. Check the learning objectives and activities

The activities are divided among six building blocks for strong and inclusive teamwork. Using the menu in the upper bar, you can navigate to the different building blocks. For each building block, you will find an overview of the learning objectives.

All building blocks contribute to strong teamwork. The order is not important except for building block ‘Attention’. We recommend going through this one first.

2. Check the activities

For each building block, you will find a link to download the activities. For each activity, there is an instruction sheet (marked ACT) with information on the difficulty level, duration, number of team members who can participate in the activity and guiding questions for the debriefing.

Don’t know where to start? Here are some sample scenarios for combining several activities into a complete workshop:


3. Check the practical preparation

For each activity, the necessary material is included with the appropriate printing instructions.