Quick Meeting Openers for Busy Managers: More Than 50 Icebreakers, Energizers, and Other Creative Activities That Get Results

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QUICK
MEETING
OPENERS
FOR
BUSY MANAGERS
More Than 50 Icebreakers, Energizers,
and Other Creative Activities That Get Results

BRIAN COLE MILLER

AMACOM

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter 1 - Activities That Are Super Quick and Easy 5
  • If I Were a ______ 6
  • Questions 8
  • Chapter 2 - Activities for Grouping People 11
  • Chapter 3 - Icebreakers for Introductions 23
  • Blanket Names 24
  • Bouncing Balls 26
  • Bumper Cars 28
  • Bumpity-Bump 30
  • Champions 32
  • Do You Know Me? 34
  • Handshakes 36
  • Logos 38
  • Mind Reader 40
  • My Letter 42
  • Physical Descriptions 44
  • Polite Catch 46
  • Rip It Up 48
  • Shark! 50
  • Speaking in Tongues 52
  • Speechless 54
  • Survivor 56
  • Two Circles 58
  • Chapter 4 - Activities Best for Small Groups (under 20) 61
  • Artist 62
  • Dress for Success 64
  • Fantasy Island 66
  • Fortune Cookies 68
  • Fortune Tellers 70
  • Fun Facts 72
  • Ha! 74
  • Quotes 76
  • Rumors 78
  • Show and Tell 80
  • Sound and Movement 82
  • Bragging Rights 84
  • T-Shirts 86
  • Ten Fingers 88
  • Time Capsule 90
  • What Are You Doing? 92
  • What If? 94
  • Chapter 5 - Activities Best for Large Groups (12 To 40) 97
  • Beach Ball 98
  • Birth Order 100
  • Cheerleaders 102
  • Drag Queen Names 104
  • Editor 106
  • Line 108
  • New Handshakes 110
  • New Words 112
  • Photo Scavenger Hunt 114
  • Portraits 116
  • Swap 118
  • Unusual Commonalities 120
  • Who Else? 122
  • Chapter 6 - Activities Best for Huge Groups (Up to a Billion) 125
  • Alphabet Letters 126
  • Alphabet Search 128
  • Always and Never 130
  • Autograph Hound 132
  • Best of Times 134
  • Black Jack 136
  • Blue Ribbons 138
  • Cups 140
  • Dance Cards 142
  • Delegation 144
  • Dominos 146
  • Hitchhiker 148
  • Hot Seat 150
  • Index Card Questions 152
  • Jeopardy 154
  • Magnets 156
  • Map It 158
  • Objects 159
  • Optimists 161
  • Paper, Scissors, Rock 163
  • That’s Life 165
  • Topics 167
  • Index 169
  • About the Author 175
  • More Useful Books by Brain Cole Miller! 177
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