No matter how much they love their job, work culture and coworkers, employees don’t want to be subjected to embarrassing or lame icebreaker games or team building exercises. Even thinking that a game of charades could be waiting is enough to make some people call in sick if they know a meeting is on that day’s schedule. Icebreakers don’t have to be panic-inducing, though. They don’t have to be boring or evoke eye-rolls, either.
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