4 Team Rapport Building Questions

As part of creating a high performance team, it’s important to build rapport and understanding of each person at the human level. I’ve found that introducing an ice breaker or personal sharing element to off-sites or planning sessions is a great way to get to know each other and develop a foundation of trust.

Here are four simple team rapport building questions:

  1. Where are your from and what was it like growing up there?
  2. How many siblings do you have and what’s each one like?
  3. Where do you fall in the sibling order and how did that impact growing up?
  4. What was your most interesting or difficult challenge as a kid?

The next time you’re planning the agenda for a team meeting, whether it’s a one-off strategy session or a weekly meeting, consider adding a personal element for people to get to know each other better.

What else? What are some more thoughts on team rapport building questions?

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