Published July 15, 2006
Picking up from last month’s column about jumpstarting your meetings with a little creativity, this month I have some icebreakers for you that will come in handy along those lines. Whether you are running your usual one or two hour meeting, a day long seminar, or a weekly class/training session, you should find something here to fit your needs.
For a simple meeting, you will want an icebreaker that is quick so that you do not take up too much of your meeting time. All of the following exercises should be done quickly with no lengthy pondering to censor your creative juices. Encourage your group to write the first thing that pops into their head.