‘Drawing Through Yes & No’ will see teams work together to enable one of the group to draw a picture as accurately as possible. However, the one doing the drawing won’t know the brief and can only ask yes/no questions from their team. How detailed are the questions they ask? Are they good at drawing from the information given when they can only have closed answers? Let’s find out!
The ‘Drawing Through Yes & No’ icebreaker is a great way to get people to work together to draw out key information to enable them to complete the work required. How frustrated did they get? Ask them to think of a time when by changing their questions, they could have changed their own (or someone else’s) understanding of something?"Questions have the power to unlock new thinking, new understanding and new levels of productivity."Closed questions have limitations and can cause frustration within teams, so although this energiser activity can provide a fun game to get teams warmed up, it does provide some powerful learnings too.