Team Building vs Team Bonding Quiz

Posted on Thu June 27, 2013.

Please check off the appropriate bullets in the Team Building vs Team Bonding quiz. Unfortunately you’re going to have to do the math yourself. Please compile your overall score and compare your results in the field below. A summary of your responses will also be sent to your email address once you click “Submit”. 

Our employees work closely as collaborative team. 5 – Strongly Agree
4 – Agree
3 – Neutral
2 – Disagree
1 – Strongly Disagree
Our team members are having some problems working together. 5 – Strongly Agree
4 – Agree
3 – Neutral
2 – Disagree
1 – Strongly Disagree
Our team has the potential to work more efficiently. 5 – Strongly Agree
4 – Agree
3 – Neutral
2 – Disagree
1 – Strongly Disagree
Management here fully supports the team philosophy. 5 – Strongly Agree
4 – Agree
3 – Neutral
2 – Disagree
1 – Strongly Disagree
Management is willing to provide the team with financial and time resources. 5 – Strongly Agree
4 – Agree
3 – Neutral
2 – Disagree
1 – Strongly Disagree
The team is willing to learn new tools to increase their effectiveness. 5 – Strongly Agree
4 – Agree
3 – Neutral
2 – Disagree
1 – Strongly Disagree
The team is willing to invest more than one day in this process. 5 – Strongly Agree
4 – Agree
3 – Neutral
2 – Disagree
1 – Strongly Disagree
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What your responses mean

If you scored:

28-35: You are definitely on the road to a highly functioning workplace team. This team would most benefit from a true team building program complete with team assessments, boardroom theory and experiential workshops.

22-27: This team should probably consider a scaled back version of the above option, with a little less emphasis on theory and a strong experiential activity with obvious workplace lessons and themes.

16-21: This team is on the road to forming their foundation. This group should find a solid experiential day program with obvious workplace scenarios.

10-15: This group is still searching for their identity. Any day of team bonding would prove beneficial. Find an activity everyone can agree on that allows opportunities for outside-the-office socialization.

5-9: Yikes! People in this group should never be approached from behind and should always be given their space!

By Mike Caldwell

http://www.team-building-leadership.com/