Looking for the best this-or-that questions? This-or-that is a fun and easy game you can play with friends, family, colleagues, or pretty much anyone! It makes a great icebreaker, and it can spark conversations, as well as let you learn more about your friends or colleagues.
Ask yourself: When was the last time you had a conversation with your coworker that wasn’t work-related? If you can't remember, it may be a sign that you need to try some get-to-know-you games.
Even though many businesses have moved to a remote or hybrid workforce, companies still have access to a wide range of fun and innovative ways to encourage connections in the workplace. These connections provide your company with significant value and help employees stay more engaged while they’re at work. At first glance, this might not seem like a big deal to you. However, companies that are highly engaged are 21% more profitable. Not only that, but engagement helps enhance the experience for employees while also improving their productivity.
Icebreakers are a great way to foster connections with large groups in the workplace. Whether you are putting new hires through their first week of orientation or looking to connect virtual employees with their colleagues, icebreakers can alleviate any awkward tension and help the group get to know each other quicker.
You wake up with the first-day-of-work jitters. Nervous energy percolates as you brush your teeth. Things you had no desire to do a week ago, like putting on pants, suddenly seem thrilling. You saunter over to your desk with a steamy cup ready to get to work. Your cat circles your ankles almost as if to say, "You did it! You found a job during the pandemic!" You press the power button on your monitor and wait, optimistically, for the connection to establish.