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Iceabreaker Activities For Returning to the Office

With the end of the Furlough Scheme and the gradual reopening of the economy, more and more businesses are returning to the office. People are coming  into contact with people they haven't seen face-to-face in months, and now is the time for team building and reclaiming some of that synergy. 


Everyone loves gossip, right? To know other people’s secrets — their love affairs, their embarrassing stories, that time they went to see Busted live only to wake up the next day with photo realistic-tattoos of the band on their back — it’s great.

Well, how would you like to weaponize gossip and use it as part of  your team building strategy? Because you totally can.

Woman listening out for gossip'

Here’s How to Play Gossip

The rules of Gossip are really simple. Everyone introduces themselves and gives up one secret. It doesn’t have to be a big secret — in fact, it’s probably better if they’re as banal as possible — but they should be funny in a way that will get people laughing.

For example, during a game of Gossip, Kieran may divulge that during a holiday to Alicante, he forgot his hotel room key and had to sleep on a deck chair on the beach, only to be awoken by a kiss from a passing donkey. If you want to spice it up a little bit, you can offer prizes for cringiest and most awkward secrets offered.

Your team will be talking and laughing about the secrets offered for weeks to come. Not only does Gossip help everyone get to know each other again, it also helps with team  building and to break down barriers between people that may have sprung up during the pandemic in a fun and interesting way.

Explaining the rules of gossip'

Show Or Tell

Show & Tell is a hallmark of elementary and primary schools the world over and there’s a reason for that.

Not only does Show & Tell help children learn about the world around them, but it also helps them learn about each other and themselves. And it’s because of that — or at least the familiarity that it brings — that we’ve chosen to include it in this list.

But This Isn’t Your Six Year Old’s Show & Tell.

This is Show or Tell – a game for storytellers and liars.

The main difference between Show & Tell and Show or Tell (besides the fact that everyone involved will hopefully be over 18) is that players have the option to lie about the item they’re bringing in — and it’s up to the rest of the team to determine whether or not the story told is true or not.

For example, let’s say Steph from Finance brings in a ring and says that her father brought it from a market trader in Marrakech, who told her it grants wishes. It’s then up to the rest of the team to vote on whether or not Steph is telling the truth or not. If the group votes correctly, they get a point; if they vote incorrectly, they lose a point. At the end of the game, the player with the highest number of points wins.

Have You Ever (Lockdown Edition)

Lockdown wasn’t the best, was it?

Working from your kitchen table was stressful, navigating the local supermarket with a mask on was a pain, and working out whether or not you had a team meeting that day and deciding whether it was really worth it to put something other than pajamas on was just awful.

But while Lockdown made things stressful, it did give us all a lot of shared experiences — which is great for team building. More pressingly, it gives us a lot to work with when it comes to Have You Ever (Lockdown Edition) — a quick and easy way for everyone to understand their shared experiences and come back together following lockdown.


Getting Started

It’s very easy to set up a game of Have You Ever. All you have to do is have everyone stand up.

One by one, you go through the members of your team and have them say something that they haven’t done during the lockdown — eating last night’s pizza for breakfast, taking a zoom call in the bath, learning a new language. As soon as you hear something that you’ve done during lockdown, you sit down.

The last person standing is declared to be the champion and winner.

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Two Truths and a Lie

Two Truths and a Lie is a game known world-wide. Not only does it help you to get to know other people, but it also encourages you to tell dramatically interesting stories about yourself that may or may not have a basis in reality — and who doesn’t like that?

The rules of the game are simple. You make three statements. Two of those statements should be 100% truthful. One of those statements, however, should absolutely be nothing but a two-faced lie. As with Show Or Tell, it’s up to the team to determine the truth from the lies.

For example, let’s say it’s Joe’s turn. Joe gives the following statements:

‘Before working here, I was a priest.’
‘I was once kidnapped by terrorists for an hour before they realized they didn’t have enough rope and let me go.’
‘I have the lyrics to ‘Love Will Tear Us Apart Again’ by Joy Division tattooed on my back.’

It would be up to your team to vote on which one is the lie.

Not only is this activity a lot of fun, but it gives your team lots to talk about and ultimately encourages closer team building. Because of that, Two Truths and a Lie is one of our favourite icebreaker games ever.

A KDM Event

At KDM Event Management, we have a range of activities and events ideal for breaking the ice after a long time spent away. We have a range of activities, ideal for every use case and need,  designed for team building and to increase synchronicity. And it’s because of that we’ve included ourselves in this list.

For example, if you want to get your team out of the office for a little while, why not take your team on a GPS Treasure Hunt. Or maybe you’d like to tempt your team with the possibility of taking them out of the office for a little while? If that’s the case, Escape The Office might be for you.

Or maybe you have your own ideas on what kind of event you’d like to hold. If that’s the case, get in touch with us today and we’ll see about making your idea a reality. Our team is well experienced at creating fun and bespoke events that bring teams together.

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