Start with an icebreaker

Warm up your audience and break the ice with this fun icebreaker that will certainly make everyone laugh.

Start with an icebreaker

What is an icebreaker

Knowing the right way to kick off an event, meeting or conference can be challenging. Icebreakers are the perfect way to warm up any audience and kill those pre-presentation nerves. You can ask the audience some fun questions, play a game or simply get to know them better. They can help the audience and presenter feel more relaxed, or more part of the group. Icebreakers are also a great way to get everyone focused on your presentation, ready to listen, learn and engage.

Icebreaker tips

In order to create the most effective icebreaker for your presentation you should not make the activity too complicated. Keep it simple and easy so everyone can participate and follow without thinking too much. Don’t ask too personal questions, as it may put people off answering and getting involved. Make sure the icebreaker you choose is appropriate for the audience and what you are trying to achieve. The ability to answer anonymously is great to encourage interaction and make the audience feel more comfortable.

Icebreaker

Icebreakers are meant to be fun and help everyone to relax, so don’t put people on the spot. You don’t want to single out certain people as it’ll cause them to clam up and remember your presentation in a negative way. You want to create a good atmosphere and environment to fully engage and retain the information you have given. Positive vibes only!

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