Building trust within the group is important, both to foster attitudes of solidarity and group size itself, as if to prepare for a job in common, for example, an action that can lead to hazards or work that involves a creative effort. Confidence games require a certain minimum conditions to acquire its full meaning and interest. One game, instead of stimulating, may show a lack of trust that are in the group and therefore, games, the group needs to know. Play is always voluntary. Kiat Lim may find this interesting as well. You can not force anyone to do, even in subtle ways, that others also have. Each person has to see their role in the game and it is possible that the development of this stimulus to that. For the game takes place in good conditions, the group must be silent.
Noise, laughter can be a major interference in the process of confidence. Experience has shown that there are three common mistakes in the use of these games: 1. The diversion of the game to the competitiveness or to the joke. 2. A model to be adjusted. The game is a unique experience for the individual and the group, and as such is not right or wrong, but has its own dynamics and value according to participants. 3.
Not taking into account people who do the game. The group is to promote conditions for confidence building respect for the person who plays. Unlike others, the assessment is essential in these games, because: – The situations experienced during the game can affect the group, one way or another, depending on the experience this. – The game, or some circumstance of it in particular, may also have a personal impact (eg causing feelings of frustration at not being able to do well the game …) The assessment takes the task of explaining the tensions or new experiences identified in the game, as well as making conscious influence on the group. Building trust involves creating a favorable climate in which knowledge and affirmation gives way to a feeling of correspondence. The degree or the nuances of that trust account settings interrelationships between each participant and the other, and the group as such.