What are some fun ice-breaking games that could be used for a mixed group of 30 science-minded writers and filmmakers? Preferably something involving telling a story and/or sharing anecdotes about themselves (a la "2 Truths and a Lie") in order to foster connection. Trying to find ways to get a sense of someone's history and personality, so games that are just for fun (like Mafia) aren't really going to do the trick here. [more inside]
I am facilitating our staff meeting today. At the beginning of our staff meeting, we always do an icebreaker. I'm terrible at thinking of these. We have a team of 6 people, pretty informal office, sitting all around a big table, about 10 minutes. What are your icebreaker ideas for something fun, informative and not-too-personal? Thanks!
Within 2 days I smell in my merino baselayer. Do I just have super bacteria on my right armpit, or do other people with merino wildly exaggerate their experiences? [more inside]
What kind of easy 1) ice breaker kind of game and 2) active game can a small group of kids and their moms play together as a group in a park? [more inside]
Please suggest some icebreaker games I can play with 5-7 yo kids. Restrictions: Groups of 4-5 kids, games must be quick (less than 5 minutes) and require little or no materials. [more inside]
What is the most awesome meeting icebreaker / energizer that you have ever heard of and / or participated in? [more inside]
How can I break up the monotony of first conversations? (+strange accent situation) [more inside]
What stock banter lines do you keep in your back pocket? [more inside]
Ice breakers for a large group of people. [more inside]
How many words in a four-to-six minute speech?