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Fall in Line Energizer Activity

Activity OverviewParticipants taking part in this activity must organize themselves in a line according to certain criteria (like height) without speaking. The activity encourages non-verbal communication and teamwork. Simpler versions of the activity can be used in the early stages of group development while more complex versions can be used to challenge more established groups.

The Synchronized Clap Energizer Activity

Activity OverviewThis activity is simple yet challenging and very effective for creating focus and alignment in a group. Participants stand in a circle and send a clap around the circle. Each clap involves two members of the group clapping their hands at the same time. The group tries to move the clap around the circle faster and faster with as much synchronization as possible.

The 9 Elements Team Building Activity

Activity Overview9 Elements is a powerful activity designed to form relationships and build trust among team members.There are 2 variations to this icebreaker. The first variation is designed for teams who want to get to know each other better. The second variation is formulated for teams who want to explore how they are working together as a team.

Value Inspection Ice Breaker Activity

Activity OverviewValue Inspection is an activity for participants to investigate what their most important values are. It’s done in an intuitive and rapid way to encourage participants to follow their intuitive feeling rather than over-thinking and finding the “correct” values. It is a good exercise to use to initiate reflection and dialogue around personal values.

Recite In Sequence Ice Breaker Activity

Activity OverviewThis is an activity that can be conducted within a few minutes and cross-examined for a long time to explore different aspects of learning and performance. It can be performed with individuals or with groups of any size. And the best thing is that you don't need materials or equipment.ObjectivesTo examine the impact of previous learning on present learning.

Status Seesaw Ice Breaker Activity

Activity OverviewParticipants are given a short script of 8-10 lines of neutral dialogue. The dialogue may depict a job interview (see the sample below) or a coaching session. Pairs take turns acting out the scene, playing with the status relationships through non-verbal behaviors.

Blindfolded Polygon Ice Breaker Activity

Activity OverviewThis is a very popular activity used in most teambuilding sessions we run simply because it delivers results every time. It has existed from long before us, in various forms and with a variety of names. The activity can be structured to focus on particular issues by changing a few parameters or altering the instructions.

Letter Jolt Ice Breaker Activity

Activity OverviewThis is a 3-minute energizing activity that enables the participants to explore what makes a task highly motivating.ObjectivesTo identify elements related to the excitement of a task.Materials NeededSeven cards large in size written in bold block letters the following: CDEEITX.

Requests Exchange Ice Breaker Activity

Activity OverviewPeople working in different departments and sections can quickly improve how they ask each other for what they need to be successful. You can restore misunderstandings or diffuse preconceived notions developed over time by making it clear and easy to understand what group members need in order to achieve common goals.

Lets Doodle Ice Breaker Activity

Activity OverviewCreate wild, weird and often funny postcards together & establish a group's creative confidence.ObjectivesEstablish creative confidence; collaborate effortlessly; build capacity for working together as a workshop-group.

Team Self Evaluation Ice Breaker Activity

Activity OverviewThis is a structured activity designed for teams to explore how they work together. The tight layout enables team members to be open and honest in their assessment. After reflecting as individuals, the team builds a collective map that can serve as the basis for further discussions and actions. The assessment is based around 6 dimensions.

Rock, Paper, Scissors Ice Breaker Activity

Activity OverviewThis is a fun and loud energizing ice breaker activity based on the well-known “Rock, Paper, Scissors” game - with a twist: the losing players become the fan of the winners as the winner advances to the next round.
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