What is NO?® participants discuss the intentional and unintentional ways misunderstandings and hostile environments are created and ways to develop cultures in which both genders are respected. Here’s a partial list of schools/charities who’ve used What is NO? Learn more about using the business version of What is NO?.
“StarPower and Where do you draw the line? are incredible games. I am responsible for training over 1500 people and these games have provided me the opportunity to present easy yet interactive training to my folks. Good job to all who were instrumental in making these games.”
“BaFa’ BaFa’ was a great success. Your ideas and instructions worked so well, and while it’s a demanding simulation it’s so much fun and such a good learning experience. All 60 participants, including some observers, have seen its value, and want more of it…”
“It’s impossible to know how many people have been through Star Power, but the number of participants is certainly in the millions. Some people have run it hundreds of times. It’s very satisfying to know that so many people have experienced it and hopefully benefited from that experience.
“This game could be called the mother of all simulation games.”