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What are some icebreaker activities for a training seminar?

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Icebreaker activities for a training seminar include a storytelling activity and the one word icebreaker. Each icebreaker accommodates small or large groups, although the organizer may divide large groups into several smaller groups so people get to know each other more.

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In the storytelling exercise, the organizer writes down a list of several things, such as a common store item, a gift for a relative and a sport. The organizer chooses whatever things he wants. He then says the opening line to a story. Everyone else in the group says a piece of the story, one at a time, until they've used all the items listed and everyone has spoken at least twice.

In the one word icebreaker, the organizer asks each group member to say one word that describes the organization holding the training seminar. After each person says one word, the group goes over why they chose those words.

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