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Trainer’s Tip: Induction Icebreakers


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Buffy Sparks explains the 'two truths and one lie' icebreaker.

A really simple and old favourite of mine is to ask all the delegates to write two truths and one lie on a piece of A4 paper (its best if they all have the same pen colour) fold the paper four times and drop into a box/bucket/bin.

Each delegate then pulls out a piece of paper and reads the two truths and one lie written on it.

The rest of the group then have to guess who wrote it, and which is the lie.

I tend to ask the group to write down information that no-one else knows about them, something unusual, out of the ordinary.

Great fun, easy to run, no prep and it's great for getting people thinking a little more creatively!


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