Whether you dread icebreakers or love them, they can be useful in building camaraderie and getting a meeting or brainstorm going. The best icebreakers are fairly simple activities that facilitate discussion, break down barriers, and build trust among the participants. Good icebreakers should also be tailored to fit the situation they are being used in.
We’ve broken down the situations where you would likely use icebreakers into three categories: team meetings, small group trainings, and large group summits. Follow these tips to successfully break the ice at your next meeting, training or summit.