A short team building ice breaker and get-to-know-each-other activity.
In team dynamics, teams must stand in a circle and toss a tennis ball to anybody in the circle.
The person tossing the ball asks a question, while the person catching the ball must answer the questions.
This get-to-know-each-other team building activity can be played as an ice-breaker or as a metaphor when
learning abut trust and team cohesiveness.
It is an essential activity and part of the full-day team cohesiveness workshop. Team dynamics activity may be proceeded by a short video and debriefed thoroughly.
It is a great ice-breaker activity to start any work-shop, training program, meeting or conference.
The objective of this activity is breaking the ice, encouraging students (or delegates who don't know each other) to be comfortable with each other and getting to know each other better by asking quality questions.