A Lie and Two Truths
While this may sound a little similar to something you might have done at a sleepover, it is a very effective method of getting to know peers and colleagues better.
Ideally suited to 3 – 10 participants.
Each member of the team needs to write down on a piece of paper, two facts about themselves and one untruth, which is subtle enough to go under the radar. Upon completing this part of the task, each person then takes their turn to read these three statements aloud.
It is then the task of the team to decide which statement is the wolf amongst the sheep.
This is fun, but it also gives your team a better indication of each other’s strengths/weaknesses, and any other little facts they may have written down. Good for bringing people together via some light-hearted fact-finding.