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Team Building Activity2

Team Building Activity2

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BREAKING THE ICE BETWEEN TEAMSObjective
This exercise makes it easy for leaders of other teams to come together as agroupFor the purpose of updating one another on recent developments in their ownwork groups.The exchange is a way to break the ice in a team-building session withoutrequiring people to expose themselves beyond their individual comfort level.
Preparation
You will need one of the “ Team starter Worksheet” for each participant. Eachparticipant will need a pen or pencil for completing the worksheet.
Procedures
Introduce the exercise by pointing out that the press of business sometimesmakes it difficult to keep up with one another and that at the beginning ofthis session it is important to know what everyone’s expectations are.Inform the participants that their goal will be to update one another whennecessary on recent developments in their respective work situations.Give everyone a copy of the Worksheet and instruct them to take about fiveminutes to complete it. Ask them to work quietly and to remain quiet untileveryone has finished.When all have finished ask each participant to read his/her responses aloud.After each person finishes, ask the rest of the group members to summarizewhat were said by that person.
 
5. Ask the group members what themes they heard. Then ask whether or notthere are things that surfaced during this disclosure that will need theattention of the group during this team-building session.
Closure
Make a transition statement that will lead into the next activity. For example:“ now that we’ve heard what is going on with each of the group members, let’sturn our attention to how this team-building session can help is to support oneanother during the rest of this session and in the future.”
Time Required
30 minutes
Location
Seated place
 
Team Starter Work Sheet
Directions
 
In this space below, take five minutes to make notes on how things are goingfor you and your own group at the present time and what is on the horizon.
How things AreRight NowGood NewsBad NewsWhat IsUnclearMy WorkGroupMy OwnGroup
What I think will happen in the future:What I hope won’t happen in the future:

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