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High Impact Teams. Josh Sanderson Trina Brown Hyman. Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success. – Henry Ford. High Performing Team Quiz. Work with the group at your table. You have 5 minutes to answer all 8 questions.

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High Impact Teams

Josh Sanderson

Trina Brown Hyman


Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.

– Henry Ford


High Performing Team Quiz

  • Work with the group at your table.

  • You have 5 minutes to answer all 8 questions.

  • As a team, you can only choose ONE ANSWER.

  • If you cannot agree on an answer, you must find a way to come to a consensus.


High Performing Team Quiz

Question 1

When it comes to conflict, the highest-performing teams should:

Question 2

When it comes to making decisions, teams are:

Question 3

When it comes to creativity, teams are:

Question 4

The most commonly cited problem with regard to teamwork is:

Question 8

The typical team is how old?

Question 7

An essential condition for high performance teamwork is:

Question 6

The most important skills that team members need to have are:

Question 5

When it comes to talk-time in a typical 8-person team meeting,

  • Less creative than individuals.

  • More creative than individuals.

  • About equally creative.

  • Discourage it.

  • Let members vent openly.

  • Encourage conflict about attitudes; discourage conflict about behaviors.

  • Encourage conflict about tasks; discourage conflict about personalities.

  • Discourage it.

  • Let members vent openly.

  • Encourage conflict about attitudes; discourage conflict about behaviors.

  • Encourage conflict about tasks; discourage conflict about personalities.

  • Superior to individuals.

  • Inferior to individuals.

  • Better than the average of its members, but not necessarily as good as the best performer.

  • Superior to individuals.

  • Inferior to individuals.

  • Better than the average of its members, but not necessarily as good as the best performer.

  • Less creative than individuals.

  • More creative than individuals.

  • About equally creative.

  • Trusting one another.

  • Listening to one another.

  • Sustaining motivation.

  • Trusting one another.

  • Listening to one another.

  • Sustaining motivation.

  • 0-6 months

  • 6-12 months

  • 12-24 months

  • Over 2 years

  • Every team member roughly contributes pretty much equally.

  • 3 people do over 70% of the talking.

  • 5 people do over 75% of the talking.

  • Every team member roughly contributes pretty much equally.

  • 3 people do over 70% of the talking.

  • 5 people do over 75% of the talking.

  • Task and people skills.

  • Speaking and listening skills.

  • Rationality and intuition skills.

  • Task and people skills.

  • Speaking and listening skills.

  • Rationality and intuition skills.

  • Regular retreats.

  • Significant, meaningful performance incentives.

  • A shared goal.

  • Complementary skill sets.

  • Regular retreats.

  • Significant, meaningful performance incentives.

  • A shared goal.

  • Complementary skill sets.

  • 0-6 months

  • 6-12 months

  • 12-24 months

  • Over 2 years


$100 Test

How much is each item worth?

  • Development

  • Work/life Balance

  • WIGS

  • Development

  • Latest Technology

  • Inspiring leaders

  • Free vending machines

  • Double pay

  • Pajama day

The whole team must agree on every item!


$100 Test Debrief

How was the experience different in the second half of the exercise?

What did you learn about the people at your table?


ROUND ONE- 1 cycle

ROUND TWO- 3 cycles

ROUND THREE- 1 tennis ball, 1 animal, 2 cycles

ROUND FOUR- 1 tennis ball, 1 animal, 5 cycles

FINAL ROUND- 1 tennis ball, 1 animal,

5 cycles, BACKWARDS


Tennis Ball Challenge Debrief

How did you use what you learned in the first two exercises to complete the tennis ball challenge?

Could you have completed the challenge without working together?


Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.

– Henry Ford


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