Teampedia.net currently hosts over 70 free icebreakers and over 100 free team building activities.
Icebreakers (also known as Warm-ups, Energizers, Openers, and even Deinhibitizers) are activities that help people feel more comfortable and get to know each other. Listed below are activities submitted and improved by users around the world.
Icebreakers are most commonly used during the first stages of team development (e.g., at the introductory class) or preceding a group process (e.g., to start off each team meeting). They can also be helpful whenever group energy is low and people need re-energizing, or when members join the group.
Icebreakers work best when they are fun and engaging and they draw out information or qualities of the participants that may not be obvious (e.g. talents, attitudes, or previous experiences). Learning more about each other while laughing can help people relax and get a sense of their commonalities or appreciate their differences.
You might also be interested in Icebreakers for Online Team Building.
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Pages in category "Icebreakers/Warmups"
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