If you could meet any non-living person from the past, who would it be?

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Have Fun. Boost Engagement. Enhance Collaboration.

The random icebreaker questions for teams generator makes it easy to share icebreaker questions designed to be fun, boost engagement, and enhance collaboration.

Everyone can participate with the random question generator.

Try it now or in your next team meeting.

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Designed to present questions clearly in virtual meetings, such as Zoom and Microsoft Teams, and on meeting room projectors and screens.

Follow These Tips When Sharing Icebreaker Question for Teams

  • Save time by bookmarking this page and sharing it directly on the screen in team meetings or through your video conferencing software for virtual team meetings
  • Take the pressure off of participants and let them know that responses are optional
  • Keep questions lighthearted and steer away from overly serious or controversial questions
  • If sharing at work, be open to sharing questions not directly related to work because these type of questions tend to give participants confidence in front of the group and strengthen bonds within the team or group
  • Let the participants know your target time to end the icebreaker so that they have a sense of the amount of time they have to respond
  • Ask for volunteers to answer each question to give those who need time a chance to respond
  • Pose follow-up questions to show interest and build more confidence, time permitting
  • Make an icebreaker question for teams the first agenda item of a meeting as we have seen them increase engagement for the remainder of the meeting
  • Add one icebreaker question for teams to all of your team meetings, especially with remote teams