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Best Icebreakers and Team Building Exercises Book


Our Best Team Building Exercises and Icebreakers Book!

Energize your meetings and training programs with our incredible collection of 85 team building exercises and icebreakers. This book is used worldwide for retreats, team meetings, conferences, classroom activities and getting people to work together building dynamic teams. It is cram-packed with new and exciting activities to make your meetings, classes and workshops come alive and make you a team building ALLSTAR at every event.

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  • Resource guide

Product Description

The BEST Collection of Workshop Exercises, Icebreakers and Team Building Activities

I have been a trainer, professional speaker and facilitator for over twenty years. In the hundreds of classes I have taught, I learned one key fact — people learn quicker if you add activities and exercises to make your classes and meetings fun and interesting. As a result, I have compiled the best of the best team building exercises and techniques into a 96-page book. It is cram-packed with activities and exercises to make your meetings, classes and workshops come alive and make you a HERO with your team.  This book is a great resource for schools, business functions, retreats, church groups and DISC team building sessions.

I have even included several YouTube videos providing examples and showing you how to put these exercises to work.

Over 85 New and Improved Icebreakers and Team Building Activities

Designed to: 

  • Make your classes and meetings fun!
  • Make your meetings productive, motivating and exciting!
  • Improve communication
  • Foster creativity and innovation
  • Help resolve conflicts between people
  • Build strong team building skills
  • Enhance cohesiveness
  • Recognize everyone’s unique talent and abilities
  • Sharpen problem-solving skills
  • Save Yourself Time!

This Ice Breaker Book Is a Great Resource:

  • Business meetings
  • Corporate team building
  • Leadership training
  • Church groups
  • Retreats
  • DISC team building activities
  • Team building exercises for teens


Top Ten Reasons People Get Terminated
A Great Day for Hats!
The Pig Drawing Game
Pick a Card, Pick a Team
Letters and Names
This is Ridiculous
The Napkin Game
The Multi-Colored Stone Exercise
Name the Person Group Ball Toss
Quick Meeting Icebreakers
Introduce the Person Next To You
The Oxymoron Challenge
The Elevator Challenge
Our Company Culture – What Do You Think?
Building Bridges
Alphabet Bingo
My Secret Identity
Picture Power
Everyone Get in Line
Three People Talking at the Same Time
Paper Tearing and Communication Exercise
Balloon Game
BOHICA Airline Company
Can You Help Mary?
Dictator or Delegator
The Dialogue
Crash in Piranha Valley
Puzzle Pieces
The Masters: Golf Ball in the Bag
Scavenger Hunt
Space Mission to the Moon Exercise
Torpedo Weapons Loading Exercise
This Is Me!

Shape Formers
Toilet Paper Tango
Truth or Consequences
Secret Agent
Roll the Dice
Empty Chair
Playing Card Introductions
$100,000 Exercise
Want Ads
Let Me Introduce You
The Worst Automobile I Ever Owned
Your Worst/First Job
Interesting Introductions
Remember My Name
The Great Ping Pong Ding Dong Challenge
Tower of Straws
Make a Coat of Arms
Top Ten Review
What Do I (We) Want In Life? What Are My Values?
Top Ten Managerial Time Wasters
The Pride and Dream Game
What’s Your Role?
I Believe I Can Fly
Creative DNA
Roadblocks to Creativity
Who Is the Best Boss?
Dollar Exchange Idea
A Bag Full of Money
Story Boards
Creating A Great Best Place to Work
The Car
Putting People in Four corners
Choose Your Color
Building the Tallest Tower
What’s Your Meeting Style?
DISC Activities
Four Behavior (DISC) Factors

By Greg Smith