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This is one of our introduction activities in which six random people in the group tell what they would like to know from the others in the group. You assign each question to a number on the dice and let someone throw the dice. The person who threw the dice will then answer the belonging question. Go on until everyone in the group answered a question. 🎲
Introduction activities are invaluable for a variety of reasons, whether you’re in a classroom, a corporate training session, or simply meeting new people. Here’s why they are so beneficial:
Icebreaking: Perhaps the most obvious benefit, introduction activities break the initial awkwardness when individuals meet for the first time. They provide a structured way to get acquainted, easing nerves and promoting a more comfortable atmosphere.
Building Rapport: By sharing personal information or engaging in a fun icebreaker game, participants start to form connections with each other. This foundation of rapport can lead to better collaboration and communication later on.
Inclusivity: Introduction activities create an inclusive environment where everyone’s voice is heard and valued. This can be especially important in diverse settings where people may come from various backgrounds and experiences.
Boosting Confidence: For individuals who may be shy or introverted, introduction activities can be confidence boosters. They provide an opportunity to speak up and share without the pressure of formal discussions.
Memorability: People tend to remember each other better when they’ve shared something personal or unique during an introduction activity. This can be particularly helpful in situations where remembering names and faces is crucial.
Team Building: In a team or group setting, these activities foster a sense of unity and belonging. Participants are more likely to feel invested in the group’s success when they’ve been a part of its formation.
Do you like this exercise? Let’s give these variations a try:
1. You can also come up with pre-assigned question yourself. This way the exercise will be faster to play.
1 – Who is your favorite animal?
2 – What is your biggest life goal?
3 – Who is your biggest idol?
4 – What is your favorite dessert?
5 – What kind of music do you like?
6 – How many times did you fell in love?
2. Instead of questions you can also let them come up with six task. For example: Sing a song. Tell a joke. Etc.Created by:
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