We all know good activities can save training sessions from awkward silences, gets people talking and engaging, and get everyone nice and loose, ready for the lessons of the day.
Let’s gather and share some of our most successful virtual icebreakers and activities.
As virtual and hybrid training sessions become more common, it’s no longer as simple as having people turn their neighbors and discover their favorite hobby. Building rapport, developing lines of communication, and simply getting to know the other participants takes effort when we are all remote.
Not having sound, focused activities and “ice-breakers” can have serious implications for your training program. People start out less engaged and motivated. This leads to struggling to encourage creativity and problem-solving, making the session super awkward. And then the next thing you know, you have a session full of virtual zombies!
No one wants that.
When facilitated correctly they are great conversation starters and they help energize people, drive lively discussions and encourage the participants to be more active and share more. So bring your techniques that focus on:
Simply by registering to attend the coffee chat you will receive:
✅ Follow-up email with resources and reading suggestions
✅ Copy of the video recording
✅ Copy of the Chatbox transcription
✅ Each Coffee Chat audio is produced into the Learning Rebels Coffee Chat Podcast: https://learningrebelscoffeechat.podbean.com/
I look forward to seeing you on May 13th!