As 2019 draws to a close, we’re busting through the last of our Core Value celebrations – the most recent of which focused on Open and Honest Communication.
To learn what our staff really thinks about each other, we played a few rounds of Blind Superlatives. And we wanted to share the (hilarious) results with y’all:
How to Play Blind Superlatives Yourself
To play Blind Superlatives at your business (or with your friends), all you need is:
- A group of people who know each other decently well.
- Two to three blindfolds.
- A designated question-asker.
- A list of superlatives to “judge” each other with.
We recommend putting only two to three people to the test at once. Otherwise, pointing to the correct person becomes a bit difficult.
If you need a list of superlatives to start from, here’s an excerpt of the list we used for our video. Feel free to steal it wholesale, or use it as inspiration for your own list.
Starter Blind Superlatives
From there, all you need to do is:
- Stand a group of friends or employees together (again, two or three at a time).
- Blindfold ’em.
- Ask them to point to the group member they think best fits each superlative.
- Run through your list of superlatives, while filming the results!
If your workplace plays its own round of Blind Superlatives, be sure to drop us a line and share the video with us on Facebook or Instagram. We’d love to see what camaraderie (or conflict?) we can inspire at your organization.