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40 Sales Meeting Energizers

40 Sales Meeting Energizers

40 Sales Meeting Energizers

 

 

Welcome to our guide on 40 sales meeting energizers!

We’re excited to share with you some fun and engaging activities that will help liven up your sales meetings and keep your team motivated

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Here are 40 energizers that you can incorporate into your sales meetings:

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  1. Two Truths and a Lie: Each team member takes turns stating two true statements and one false statement about themselves. The rest of the team must guess which statement is false.

     

  2. Pictionary: Divide the team into pairs. One person from each pair must draw a word or phrase related to your business while the other person guesses what it is.

     

  3. Team Charades: Similar to Pictionary, but with actions instead of drawings.

     

  4. Memory Game: Place a tray of items related to your business in front of the team for 10 seconds. Then remove the tray and have them write down as many items as they can remember.

     

  5. Scavenger Hunt: Hide clues around the office or meeting room that lead to a prize.

     

  6. Human Knot: Have team members stand in a circle and hold hands with someone across from them. Without letting go, they must work together to untangle themselves.

     

  7. Name That Tune: Play short clips of songs and have the team guess the titles or artists.

     

  8. Team Storytelling: One person starts a story with one sentence and each member adds on, creating a collaborative tale.

     

  9. The Perfect Pitch: Have team members create a sales pitch on the spot for a random object.

     

  10. Guess Who?: Each person writes down three personal facts and places them in a hat. One person reads off the facts and the rest of the team must guess who it belongs to.

     

  11. Puzzle Race: Divide into teams and see who can complete a puzzle the fastest.

     

  12. Balloon Stomp: Each team member ties a balloon to their ankle and tries to pop everyone else’s while protecting their own.

     

  13. Blindfolded Obstacle Course: One person is blindfolded and must navigate through an obstacle course with the help of their teammates’ instructions.

     

  14. Mime It Out: Similar to charades, but without speaking.

     

  15. Never Have I Ever: One person starts by saying “Never have I ever…” and finishes with something they have never done. Anyone who has done it must put a finger down. The last person standing wins.

     

  16. Bucket List Brainstorm: Each team member shares one item on their bucket list and the team works together to come up with a plan to make it happen.

     

  17. Tower Building: Using random office supplies, teams must build the tallest tower within a time limit.

     

  18. Office Olympics: Create mini-games using office supplies or furniture.

     

  19. Out of This World Ideas: Each team member shares one crazy idea related to your business and the team discusses its potential feasibility.

     

  20. Who Am I?: Write down the name of a famous person or fictional character and place it on each person’s back. They must figure out who they are by asking yes or no questions.

     

  21. Back-to-Back Drawing: One person describes a simple image while their partner draws it without seeing it.

     

  22. The Great Debate: Teams argue for or against a random topic, such as “Pineapple on pizza”.

     

  23. Memory Lane: Share a memorable or funny story from your time with the company.

     

  24. Mind Map: Have the team brainstorm ideas and create a visual representation of their thought process.

     

  25. Collaborative Art Project: Each person adds one element to a piece of artwork, creating a unique and collaborative masterpiece.

     

  26. Song Lyric Mashup: Each person takes turns saying a random line from a song until it becomes a jumbled mess. Then, try to recreate the original lyrics.

     

  27. Impromptu Speeches: Give each team member a random topic and have them give a one-minute speech about it.

     

  28. Mime Your Job: Similar to charades, but with job-specific tasks and responsibilities.

     

  29. Create a Jingle: Teams create a catchy jingle for your company or a specific product.

     

  30. Would You Rather?: Pose two bizarre scenarios and have team members choose which one they would rather do.

     

  31. Office Trivia: Test the team’s knowledge about the company, industry or co-workers.

     

  32. App Pitch: Each person creates an app and presents a pitch to the rest of the team.

     

  33. Quote Interpretation: Share a quote and have each person interpret its meaning in relation to your business.

     

  34. Build-A-Sentence: Each person contributes one word at a time to create a sentence related to your business.

     

  35. Subtle Differences: Show two similar photos or objects and have the team point out the differences.

     

  36. Word Association: One person says a word and the next person must say a word associated with it, continuing on until someone is stumped.

     

  37. Human Pyramid: Teams work together to create a human pyramid without breaking form.

     

  38. Movie Pitch: Teams create a movie plot based on random elements chosen by the facilitator.

     

  39. What’s That Smell?: Place different scents in containers and have the team guess what they are.

     

  40. Sales Rap: Create a rap about your business or a specific product and perform it for the rest of the team.

     

 

 

These energizers can be used during sales meetings, team building events, or even as icebreakers before a conference call. The key is to keep them short, fun and engaging to help improve communication among team members. By incorporating these energizers into your routine, you can break the ice, build camaraderie and promote teamwork within your sales team.

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