“Are You More Like” Activity For Team Building Workshops

“Are you more like” activities are a fun and engaging way to use questioning skills in your workshop and to help team members get to know each other better in a team building workshop.

The purpose is to use role plays and getting to know you games to reveal similarities, challenge differences like affinity bias, and preferences among team members in a lighthearted way.

This helps break down barriers and enables team bonding.


The facilitator reads out pairs of options, such as “Are you more of a morning person or a night owl?” Participants then move to different sides of the room based on which option resonates more with them. This continues for 10-15 pairs.


There is no direct cost involved. Just a large open space is needed. We hear this from customers that regularly use of our training course materials.


  • List of “Are you more like” pairs printed out or displayed
  • Large open area


15-20 minutes


5 or more

Best Suited For

All team members at any level. Works for established teams, as well as new teams.

Facilitator’s Role

The facilitator reads out the pairs of options in a lively manner. They also encourage discussion and banter as participants pick sides.

Participants’ Role

Participants listen to the pairs, pick the option that resonates more, move to that side of the room, and engage in discussion.

Reflection Strategies

After completing all the pairs, the facilitator can discuss insights, surprises and observations that came up. They can highlight similarities and differences noticed across the team.

Debrief Questions

  • What similarities did you notice among team members?
  • What differences stood out?
  • What surprised you about your team members?
  • How can we embrace our similarities and differences to work better as a team?


“Are you more like” activities create fun engagement and interactions that enable team bonding.

The lighthearted format reveals insights about team members in an inclusive manner.

When completed effectively with reflection, it brings people closer together.