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Group of people talking in pairs as part of active ice-breaker game called Vortex

Vortex

Guided & interactive series of partner conversations.

  • Simple to set-up
  • Highly-interactive
  • Encourages conversation
  • Structured
  • No props

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Contributor Mark Collard

User Reviews, Comments & Ideas (1)
4.00 avg. rating (79% score) - 1 vote

  1. David

    An addition to allow the group to get to know each other better is to invite two or three pairs to share their partner’s answers after each question. This works best when they are given two or three questions to answer for each round.

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