The team members then reconvene as a group, and everyone takes turns presenting his partner's interesting facts to the group.
This is another pair activity that helps with name recognition and learning more about each other.
Break the group into pairs and have each individual interview the other, much like on a television talk show.
The goal is to find three interesting facts about the other person.
The use of icebreakers can serve to relieve initial tension.
Task the groups with finding 10 things that all of them share in common (besides the obvious, e.g., that they are human).
You might find out that a bizarre number of employees have all been to Keokuk, Iowa even though your office is based on the West Coast.
Look no further than the one-word icebreaker game, which, like it's name suggests, doesn't need much explanation.
Remember, though some of your employees may be social butterflies, not all of them are.