Are you ready to break the ice?

When facilitating or training I often use a form of icebreaker to ease people into learning.

And whilst mention of term icebreaker can at times invite a rolling of the eyes, any occasion where I experimented with no icebreaker felt strained and uncomfortable.

And hey, icebreakers don’t have to be lengthy. There’s a lot to be said for a short ‘n’ sweet exercise.

In today’s video we look at how to draw a symbol for icebreaker.

Click on the image below to take you to the video.

Top Tip: Draw this image on a flipchart in advance of a session and then invite the group to share their ideas for icebreakers using post it notes. Vote for the favourite. You’ll have much more buy in when people are involved in the creation of the exercise.

Enjoy!

Emer