Toys at Meetings

Introducing toys in a meeting is a shortcut to an informal, creative environment. Toys can help with stress relief or simply work as an icebreaker, giving cross-functional groups some common ground to smile about. Who doesn't enjoy fiddling with a Slinky or watching a wind-up toy make its way across a tabletop? If your meeting is about change, why not acknowledge the stress that the discussion might bring up with squishy squeeze balls for everyone? If brainstormi

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