- Ask people to sketch a portrait of themselves and then explain it to the group. Options: draw a picture of what they wish to gain from the group, draw a picture of themselves with one hand pointing to things they can contribute, and one hand pointing to things they wish to learn.
- Ask each group member to draw how he/she perceives him/herself in relation to the group. Do this at different intervals in the development/maturity of the group and then get the group to look at their pictorial depiction of their forming, storming, norming process. This is also a good activity for drawing out the more reticent people in a group.
- Ask the group to make a collage to depict ideas or concepts. Have lots of pictures, magazines, etc. available. For example, ask a group to depict their ideas for their future strategies and direction. The resulting collage may be a powerful discussion tool for the whole group and result in the generation of lots of new ideas!