Enquire to book
- Help embed the message of the meeting or conference
- Create networking and interaction
- Promote teamwork and fun
- Extend the delegates attention span
Ice Breakers & Energisers
BlueSky Experiences can provide the perfect accompaniment to your conference or meeting days, designed to remove any tension and uneasiness allowing for a more open, comfortable and enjoyable experience for all parties.
Ice Breakers are structured activities designed to relax delegates and introduce them to each other in what is normally a formal atmosphere or situation. Ice breakers work to help individuals mix and form groupings in a non-threatening and fun way.
During meeting, workshops or training sessions, there will always be occasions where energy and attention levels drop. This is particularly relevant toward to end of the meeting or after lunch.
Energisers help to make long meetings, conferences and presentations more fun and engaging as well as more productive, as an active, alert and engaged audience will make more meaningful and influential decisions, allowing you to get the most out of your day.
7 reasons why Energisers and Ice Breakers are useful in creating engagement in a meeting.
- To extend delegates attention span - One way communication has to be limited to 20 minutes duration or delegates will lose attention.
- The brain learns through the creation of emotions - the brain needs emotional hooks to hang learning on, activities will provide the stimuli, so doing and touching create the emotions to help embed the learning.
- Teamwork on tasks will create better decision making in a business setting.
- Ownership, if we are involved in the making of a plan we will own it
- Fun - good work is fun, creating positive emotions – When people feel positive after a workshop they will take action.
- Inner motivation - when we are happy, we are more motivated to make changes and flourish.
- Networking - we all want to make friends. The use of interactive activities in meetings will create engagement- resulting in active learning and embedding the learning.