A good icebreaker exercise to use with a group is called "Two Truths and a Lie." Start this exercise by telling the group to introduce themselves by saying two truths about their lives and one lie.
The rest of the group has to figure out which statement about the person is the lie. This exercise is ideal for 10 to 15 people and can be used anywhere. Another great icebreaker exercise is called "The Magic Wand." This icebreaker has you asking the other person what she would change if she had an all-powerful magic wand. The exercise works with any amount of people up to 20, helps open everyone's creative side, and energizes the participants, according to About.com.