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Ice breakers have been the mainstay for team development in organizations and companies for years. And where would a good party be without interactive activities that ice breakers provide? But finding good ice breakers at a reasonable cost can be daunting.
In collaboration with another teaming site – Games and Team Building – we have collected 12 powerful and proven ice breakers that are appropriate for small groups – up to approximately 30 people – meeting just once for a special event or retreat or meeting frequently. Some of the ideas provide ways to let strangers connect safely and with lots of laughing. Other ideas offer ways for people to get to know each other even better.
Inside the ebook you will find complete instructions and specific details about what you will need to prepare. And they are all easy to implement! We verified each one.
In addition, there is a helpful legend to help you determine which ice breaker idea is appropriate for different audiences. In this ebook, Ice Breakers for Small Groups, Vol. 1, the group activities are perfect for:
- Boards of Directors
- Womens Groups
- Men’s Groups
- Company or Organization Divisions
- $29.99 for BOTH books!
For a limited time, this offer includes a free companion book to assist facilitators in selecting the right venue, timing and execution for any ice breaker activity. The Guidelines For Using Ice Breakers is required reading for anyone wanting to facilitate team building activities. And it’s Free with your purchase of Ice Breakers for Small Groups, Vol. 1.
This is a bargain. What are you waiting for? Get these ideas right now and put an end to your searching.
If you are still not convinced, read about the ice breakers below.
ICE BREAKER SUMMARIES
Never Not Ever
Need a fun discussion activity that can be done while eating a lunch salad and fries? This icebreaker is quick and easy to implement and requires only a tiny bit of preparation. It’s a good activity for people who don’t know each other real well, such as Boards of Directors or Committees who will function well if they can connect a bit more. It also has the potential to be an outrageous and fun way to develop team building.
How I See the World
Everyone brings their perspectives to the table but that does not mean they will all get along. This is a fun and sophisticated activity your group can do while sitting down. It stirs up non-threatening conversations to help illuminate how everyone sees the world differently. This is an essential aspect of team building so that all team members can function much better because of renewed understanding of their differences. Preparation is easy, fun and takes less than an hour of research. Click Here to get these ice breakers.
Where’s My Mate?
Need to divvy up your group into teams or pairs in a fun way? This works for small groups up to 30 people but will also work with larger groups. People will learn very quickly if they are asking the right kinds of questions, which create all sorts of laughter around the room. This activity will leave the new teams laughing about their experience well after your meeting or event. Some people prepare for this in just a few minutes. In the ebook, there are enough ideas for you to take and run. Click Here to get these ice breakers.
Who the Heck Are You?
All age groups love this activity, which works for people who already know each other or for those who have never set eyes on each other before. Preparation requires some imagination on your part and the time is a lot of fun! Your group members will learn a lot about each other. If you need to form teams within your small or large group, this is one of those activities that people laugh about once they get teamed up. Click Here to get these ice breakers.
Heroes and Role Models
Although many groups have laughed their socks off during this activity, this ice breaker is on the more thoughtful side. It’s a great way to end a grueling meeting or retreat to help everyone stay connected and find inspiration that will settle down the senses. There is no preparation needed. Complete instructions are included. Click Here to get the ebook with this ice breaker and others.
How Do You Line Up?
One of the easiest ice breakers of all time but creates a lot of laughter and helps strangers or acquaintances find easy ways to connect with each other. This is a quick activity that will need little or no preparation because the instructions provide all you will need. It’s great to use with boards of directors, departments of new people, or committees who may be in that new and awkward stage. Click Here to get in line for this ebook.
Last Person Standing
If your folks know each other pretty well, they will be surprised at the results of this activity. If they are strangers, they will find interest in the details others bring to the table. There is no skill or physical exertion required but this ice breaker requires a little movement which is great after lunch or dinner when all those carbs tend to put people asleep. You can prepare if you want but the instructions are so complete you may wish to use our format just like it is. Click Here to get started with this ice breaker.
Some men carry purses but this activity is directed toward our women. It works with any age group and works equally well with women who know each other or not. Allow enough time for laughing and teasing because that’s what this activity will stir up. What are women thinking when they stuff their purses? You will find out, possibly more than you want to know! Click Here to go purse diving for this ebook!
We have to give equal time to men-only groups and this activity is suited for their brains. Don’t worry about preparation; you’ll have everything you need in the description of this activity. Bring a healthy dose of teasing along and you have one handsome and quick ice breaker activity for men’s groups. Click Here to get an opportunity to crack open your wallet just a wee bit.
Finish the Thought
Sometimes people get to know each other better if they can share what’s on their mind. If you want to create a vehicle to bond your group in a safe and harmless way, here is an excellent connector. You can tweak this for the make up of your group or take advantage of the no-preparation-needed aspect of this creative activity. This is particularly useful as an opening activity if you need brain power for creativity or problem solving. Click Here to find out what thoughts are to be finished.
I Wear Many Hats
As the title implies, your preparation will include using many hats. You only need to secure the goods, because our directions will take you through an activity that can be fun on the surface but touches a center within us all that cries out “Help, I’m overwhelmed!” This activity is designed for women who are grappling with work life balance issues. Click Here to learn everything you can about this ice breaker.
What Exactly Did He Say?
This activity is particularly useful to use with employees or departments to help them bond better with each other and with their organization. Don’t limit yourself to employees, this activity has been used at parties with great success. It’s a great glue to get people working together on an activity that will actually teach them something. What a concept! Click Here to get the ice breaker ebook.