Many companies organize team-building games for different reasons. Many companies use these activities to motivate employees. They also serve as icebreakers to get to know each member, learn and adapt to their strengths and weaknesses, improve productivity, and improve communication.
All organizations can use these games and activities, large and small. These games are both fun and professional. Let’s take a look at three of the most popular team-building icebreaker games worldwide.
Top 3 Ice Breaker Games for Team Building
* Two Truths and One Lie
This game is designed to help new members get along with their team and foster communication. Give each member of your team a piece of paper. Ask each member of the team to write two truths about themselves and one lie. Ask them not to reveal their lies or truths to anyone. After this step is complete, you can move on to the next. Then ask one member to read aloud the truths and lies, and then follow up with the others. Ask your team members to determine which of the three statements is true and which is false. Score them based on which team member correctly guesses the correct answer. For each lie, you think of or the catch of the lie by another member, you could earn points.
* Coin Logo
Ask your team members to take out all coins from their pockets, wallets, and bags. Ask them to take out all coins and place them on the table. If there is a large team, ask them to break it into groups of three to four members each and create their own logo. After this is done, ask the members/group to explain to the rest of the group the meaning of their logo. The purpose of this activity is to learn how to promote yourself and create mutual awareness. The members have the opportunity to get to know each other on a deeper level than they usually do.
* Classification Game
This game involves “stereotyping” a person or group. This is basically creating a name for the person or group based on shared interests or personal interests. This classification is subjective. This will give you an idea of how to approach this game. Example: Knight riders, pizza lovers, sushi lovers, etc. This reveals the common interest of the group. Inform them that the name chosen by an individual or group should reflect their interests and not be random or light-hearted.
Many innovative workshops are offered around the globe to promote teamwork, which is crucial for the success of any organization.