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To identify motivation factors, provide tools for motivating young people

Description of the tool

1/ Introduction on main motivation moments relating it to the “wheel” of coaching cycle. (10 min.)
2/ People split in groups according their role and experience. Group of NA people focus on topic maintaining and keeping motivation of coaches, less experienced youth workers focus on initiating and motivating a group to start a Youth Initiative project. More experienced people focus on maintaining and identifying moments for motivation. (10 min.)
3/ Each of the groups is working on identifying de-motivating factors and how they can overcome this. (45 min.)
4/ Each of the group prepare the collage expressing main ideas of their group on motivation issues (15 min.)
5/ Colleges are presented and displayed in a gallery (10 min.)


  • It is possible to start with discussions on the topic and then introduce the collage as a way of presenting the main outcomes from the discussion.

    Nerijus Kriauciunas , 23 September 2006 00:24:08

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Tool overview

This tool is for

Up to 30 people divided in smaller groups

and addresses

Youth Initiatives

Materials needed:

Flipchart paper, scissors, markers, pictures from old magazines, glue


1 hour 30 min.

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The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Nerijus Kriauciunas (on 1 October 2006)

and last modified

17 December 2008

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