Simulations for Business
Simulations for Schools and Charities
Our Corporate Best Sellers
BaFá BaFá – Professional
BaFá BaFá® helps participants understand how culture affects each person’s behavior and what is required of each person to live or work with people who have different values, work styles, and world views. Learn More.
StarPower® participants are eager to discuss the normally taboo topic of power and how it can be used to create trust and commitment instead of distrust, anger and apathy. Learn More.
Pumping The Colors
Pumping The Colors® team members understand at an intellectual and a visceral level what must be done to build a high performing team. Learn More.
Power of Leadership
Power of Leadership teaches leaders how to use power to resolve conflicts, communicate effectively, solve problems, and manage positive change in the corporate culture. Learn More.
Our Best Sellers for Schools/Charities
BaFá BaFá – Schools/Charities
When participants finish BaFa’BaFa’®, they know what it feels like to be the one person in a group who is different. They understand how easily stereotypes can be developed and what must be done to overcome them.
Rafa’Rafa’ is a simplified version of BaFa’BaFa’ and therefore better suited for younger students.
Power of Leadership
Power of Leadership is a real time, face to face, non-computer based simulation that helps students understand the value and dangers a leader faces when he or she attempts to use the power that goes with a position.
When participants finish StarPower®, they’re anxious to talk about the uses and abuses of power and how to best empower and motivate their employees.
More Great Simulations
What Is NO?
After What is NO?®, participants understand what types of behavior create misunderstanding and hostile environments for their colleagues and then identify ways of relating to colleagues in ways that create trust and respect.
Where Do You Draw the Line?
Where Do You Draw the Line? helps participants understand the actual principles that most people use to make ethical decisions. We often customize this simulation to target specific ethical issues.
Guns or Butter
Guns or Butter helps students understand current events at a visceral level. It’s one experience for a student to see a news report on North Korea’s plan for nuclear development; it’s quite another to see such a report and be able to feel as though you’ve been through a similar experience and can understand the pressures felt and decisions that leaders made in creating the situation.
Who We Are
Our founder, Dr. R. Garry Shirts, was well known for his pioneering work in experiential training and won numerous awards and accolades from his peers. A long list of Fortune 500 companies, major universities and schools have taken advantage of these unique programs.