When they learn what their colleagues appreciate about them, it can really change a group’s dynamic for the better.
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Forging and maintaining connections is key in the business world.
Whether you’re interviewing a potential employee, meeting a new client, or hosting the company’s annual retreat, your opening remarks and questions not only set the tone for the entire event but also help get a better sense of the people you hope to (or already) work with.
While it may not be conventional, an interview can be a great place to ask more fun ice breaker questions as well.
Funny or humorous icebreaker questions can give the interviewer insight into whether or not the interviewee will be a good fit with your workplace culture.
For team captains or coaches looking for bonding activities, and for readers looking for a reminder of the good in college sports, here is a list of 13 team activities worth trying with your squad. At Washington and Lee University, the team carves pumpkins with their recruits right before Halloween.