Fun Fact is a simple and great energizer to get to know more about each other. People will anonymously write fun facts, then the group will try to match a person with their fun fact.

Running the activity:
  1. Ask the participants to think about a fun fact about themselves individually.
  2. Instruct participants to write it on a note, anonymously.
  3. Make all the fun facts visible to everyone.
  4. Going one by one, let the group guess who the person is who wrote each fun fact.
  5. Write the name of the person next to the fun fact.

 

This is a fast and fun activity. It is great to foster conversations and break the ice, so people get to know a little more about each other. A few examples: “I played in a punk-rock band”, “I was a yoga teacher,” “I’m a juggler.”

Remote-team advice: This activity works well for remote teams. Use theremote board of your choice.

 

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