8 Easy Icebreakers to Warm-Up Any Meeting That Aren't Awkward
Pick your favorite kind of multi-colored candy. Next, pass around the bowl. Once the bowl of candy has been passed around, each person has to answer a question for each color they take.
For example, you can assign questions such as:
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Start by asking each person to come up with two facts about themselves and one believable fib. Next, everyone shares their three statements and the group votes or discusses their guess for the lie.
This icebreaker is a great way to get to know each other and to have some laughs along the way.
Give small groups a list of locations and have them take as many selfies as they can in the allotted time.
For this one, you should have a prize ready for the winning team.
Have everyone pick a coin out of a bowl. Go around and ask each person to share something they were doing the year the coin was minted.
This is great for getting to know someone’s past—and test their memories.
Get a large bowl and cut up a list of conversation starters. Have everyone go around and pull one out and answer it. If they don’t like a question, they can draw another and try one more time.
Set a timer for two minutes. Ask everyone in the room to find a partner. Turn on the timer and give everyone a conversation starter to answer. Each person has one minute. After both people have answered and the two-minute timer is up, have them find a new partner and assign them a new conversation starter.
You can do as many rounds as time allows.
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