This free icebreaker is useful to help break the ice in a fun way at the beginning of a training session or meeting. The icebreaker works well in encouraging participants to open up and share their feelings and have a little fun doing it.
Training course contents:
A set of instructions for the icebreaker, ‘Bumper Stickers’ can be downloaded from the link at the bottom of this page, or you can follow the information below.
Instructions – ask participants to introduce themselves in turn. However, as well as providing their name and job role etc. they should also provide participants with the bumper sticker they would choose if they were to have one.
For those that don’t know, a bumper sticker is a funny or poignant statement that people have on stickers on the bumper of their car. The good thing about these for this exercise is that they are usually short and to the point, but have a bit of an edge to them.
My car is a status symbol. The symbol of me being poor!
Insanity: A small price to pay for sheer brilliance!
I have an IQ in the top 2%. Who cares about the other 95%?
I can’t get enough minimalism.
I’m not bossy, I just know what you should be doing.
I’m so far behind, I thought I was first.
Five days a week, my body is a temple. The other two, it’s an amusement park.
Apathy: I could take it or leave it.
I don’t know why I’m even out of bed.
This is a creative icebreaker that encourages participants to share information about themselves and have a little fun at the same time.