When Mike is given two or more hours, he likes to help blend the individuals into a team working toward shared goals. Too often education communities are operating in “survival mode.” Each component of the community works to secure their own area with little or no interaction with the components working around them. On too many campuses, each department or area of responsibility seems to function independent of any interaction with others, thereby missing the opportunity to utilize each other’s strengths to better serve the entire community. By working through icebreakers and team building exercises, everyone develops a more “inclusive” approach to the challenges that face the community. This experience not only improves the relationships of the faculty, staff and involved parents; it also provides those participants a well-rounded review of the process and provides them with tools to use in their educational settings to improve the personal interaction of their students. This is a “win-win-win.”