This can be an effective icebreaker for new employees who have just met.
Break the group into pairs and have each individual interview the other, much like on a television talk show.
Divide the group in half, with on half seated in a row at a table.
Each person on the other half of the team spends about three minutes talking individually to each of the seated members, who ask general questions such as name and background.
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Perhaps you've just started your business and all of your employees are new, or maybe the nature of your employees' jobs doesn't allow for much team interaction.
By bringing everyone together and implementing some team building activities, you can develop more of a team environment in your workplace.
Whether an office group knows each other well or it is time for an inter-departmental task, using an icebreaker game is a great way to get everyone relaxed and ready to be involved.
Our list of icebreakers for work includes those for large groups and small.
This is another pair activity that helps with name recognition and learning more about each other.