Instructions

How to use this Icebreaker Exercise at your next virtual meeting or event:

  1. Share your screen so that all participants see this page
  2. Click on the Start button
  3. Choose your first category (fun, personal, or work)
  4. Take turns answering the questions that appear on the screen. You may choose to invite all participants to answer every questions, or take turns answering a new question for each participant.

If you have more than 10 people in attendance, we recommend that you split participants into groups of 5 to 7 people and prepare to send them into virtual breakout rooms. Designate one person as the “host” for each small group. The host will be responsible for screen sharing and following the instructions above.

Instructions

We want to share our team’s favourite icebreaker questions we use to kick-off our meetings and events. These are questions that bring teams and participants together, fostering real human connection and creating safety and engagement right off the bat.

How to use this Icebreaker Exercise at your next meeting or event:
If you have less than 10 people in attendance, follow these instructions:

    1. Share your screen so that all participants see this page
    2. Click on the Start button
    3. Choose your first category (fun, personal, or work)
    4. Take turns answering the questions that appear on the screen. You may choose to invite all participants to answer every questions, or take turns answering a new question for each participant

If you have more than 10 people in attendance, we recommend that you split participants into groups of 5 to 7 people. Designate one person as the “host” for each small group. The host will be responsible for screen sharing and following the instructions above.

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Mateo Larzabal Zavitz is our Media Relations Expert and Installation Helper. Mateo knows what’s cool and what’s not cool. He helps us maintain a realistic outlook on the world and stay up to date on the latest movies and video games.

Matias Larzabal Designer and Lead Installer. Matias has more than 20 years of experience working in construction, 14 years of experience as a dad, 11 years of experience as an uncle, 10 years as a helpful Canadian neighbour and handy-man, and a lifetime of experience as a monkey. Matias is also an artist with a unique upbringing. You can learn more about him and his art on his gallery.

Ginny Santos Monkey Supervisor, Visionary and Managing Director. Ginny is a nutrition coach and entrepreneur who is always looking for ways of involving children in creative thinking and problem solving. You can learn more about Ginny’s other work on NeOle Coaching.