Role playing is playing out a role under predetermined circumstances. It is a dramatization of an incident or circumstance that hasn't been planned or practiced. It is a way of bringing the learning experience to life through familiar or made-up people or circumstances. It is a form of individual problem-solving and collective behavior that is creative, spontaneous, purposeful, and motivating. In role playing, genuine occurrences are mostly acted out in order to provide the trainees with a supervised perspective. "The trainee truly assumes the role of a certain employee in a given project and acts in a manner he believes the actual employee would act. This kind of training exposes the person to many responsibilities and difficulties associated with a certain career and also demonstrates how he would respond in various scenarios. "
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