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Kick Cards for Business

By: James Rutherford

Genre: Business

Kick Cards are guided prompts, presenting discussions for teams and introspection topics for solo entrepreneurs.
They're suitable for idea sessions and to sharpen thinking - and also as a facilitation, mentoring, and educational tool.
Take a card, explore and build within your team, or pick one just for yourself to consider for the day.

I've tried, tested, iterated and improved them over years of conversations with teams and business owners.
They bring you the topics that should be discussed but often aren't.

What are you not seeing?.. Unlock your business potential!

An ideation deck for deck lovers. 42 ideas to launch your Deckible experience.

If you are a creator or a deck lover, this deck is an inspiration.

Leadership Hacks

By: Level Up Cards

Genre: Learning & Coaching

LEADERSHIP TRAINING PROGRAM THAT WILL HAVE YOU HITTING THE GROUND RUNNING! Goals are broken down into powerful but manageable weekly action steps that encourage developing leaders to practice winning behaviors, integrate powerful information, and focus on thoroughly developing a wide range of leadership skills. With only 2 minutes of reading a week, you will have all the time in the world to implement new behaviors that can result in big changes!

Leadership Story Deck

By: David Hutchens

Genre: Business

The Leadership Story Deck contains dozens of cards with the stories that you should be telling now about your most important offerings. The cards will help you find, craft, and sequence your story-driven messages.

With the Story Deck, you can:

• Find your stories of leadership
• Work in teams to develop new stories
• Tell your stories with more impact

The Story Deck is an offering of The Storytelling Leader.

Manual Deck

By: John V Willshire

Genre: Business

Modus Operandi

By: Rayshauna Gray

Genre: Brainstorming & Ideation

The 72-card Modus Operandi Deck is designed to help people sit with life's big questions. Whether solo or with others, prepare for meaningful reflection.

This pandemic has forced us to reconsider so many of the ideas, motivations, and historical circumstances (personal, familial, and cultural) that got us here. I think it's important we (re)consider what keeps us going and why.

Pick-a-Postcard: Metaphors for Life Reflection Deck

By: Jennifer Stanchfield

Genre: Purpose & Priority

Transcend the traditional sharing circle and reflection conversation with the power of metaphoric imagery. People often find it easier to express themselves through a picture or symbol rather than through verbal means. Because participants can talk about the object or image rather than about themselves directly, they express thoughts that would otherwise be left unsaid. The thoughts, ideas and connections inspired by the imagery lead to broader and deeper reflection sessions because metaphors and symbols stimulate multiple areas of the brain and involve all senses. This approach can be especially helpful for more introverted or reluctant group members.

This tool is useful for both individual and collaborative reflection and is used in restorative circles and appreciations, group norms conversations, and goal setting.

• Facilitate strong beginnings and optimistic endings to group work or coaching sessions.
• Inspire meaningful engagement, reflection and dialogue that goes beyond traditional verbal techniques.
• Spark creative writing, exploration of personal or group strengths or goals.

40 quote cards with a brief biography of each quote’s author. It includes quotes about teaching, leadership, and learning, plus suggestions for use.

The Quotables are an engaging tool for individual reflection, team building, education, training, coaching, counseling, and personal enrichment programs. Quotables stimulate personal reflection, initiate conversation, spark creative thought, help group members build connections, find common ground, or understand different perspectives.

Use Quotables to facilitate strong beginnings or optimistic endings, create a context for upcoming learning experiences, or celebrate, reflect, and carry learning forward at the end of experiences.