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24 best open ended team building questions
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Introspecting on life
Having a well-rounded business and team building exercise should include many topics and questions which can be used not only to keep employees motivated but also lower stress at work and help make a better employee. It is proven that employees who feel cut off or lonely are less productive, have a weaker work ethic and do not contribute as much to the business overall. Your employees should feel like the person seated next to them is their best friend at work. And these open ended style team building questions are the best for such scenarios.
Show us the weirdest thing you have in the room with you right now.
How would your friends describe you?
If you could be any sports personality who would it be and why?
If you could add a word to the dictionary, what would you add and what would it mean?
Friends or Seinfeld?
What is an item on your bucket list?
What crossed way too far into the uncanny valley for you?
Would you join a community in space if it was permanent?
What’s the funniest animal you’ve ever owned as a pet?
What is the worst grade you ever got?
What is the worst trouble you go into as a kid?
What movie never gets old no matter how many times you’ve seen it?
Would you want to live forever as a machine in human body form like Battlestar Galactica?
If you could only wear one type of shoes for the rest of your life, what type of shoes would it be?
Would you ever try space tourism, if you had the money for it?
What sparked your curiosity in whatever you’re most curious about now?
If the universe is just a simulation, what update or patch does it need?
Show us your phone background and tell the story behind why you picked this image.
Have you ever met a celebrity?
Are you more productive at night or in the morning? Do you think it’s possible to change and get used to another schedule?
Would you rather be missing a finger or have an extra toe?
Did you have any pets as a kid? Did you want any pets?
What is your role in the company?
What is your role within the company?