4 Entertaining Quizzes to Liven up Your Next Meeting
June 4, 2020
Quizzes are a great way to break the monotony of your company’s work routine. They are a good avenue for friendly competition that will bring up the mood in the room. Make your meetings and presentations more engaging with fun and interactive quizzes, allowing your employees to bond over some light-hearted fun.
In Pigeonhole Live, we also make our quizzes extra competitive with a leaderboard, to announce the grand winners of the contest.
There are many different types of quizzes you can create for your meetings. From company trivia to pop quizzes, you can pick any quiz to suit the occasion.
Here are four quiz templates you can use for your next meeting, or to inspire your own quizzes!
Test everyone’s general knowledge with a trivia quiz, where anything under the sun can be tested. This is the perfect opportunity to learn something new!
Here are some interesting questions for you to use.
1. What year did Singapore become an independent state? (Source)
2. How does the saying "Great minds think alike..." end? (Source)
But their actions often differ
And speak the same language
But fools rarely differ
When adversity strikes
3. What is the name of Disney's CEO from 2005-2020? (Source)
A: Bob Wayne
B: Bob Iger
C: Bruce Wayne
4. What is the national animal of Scotland? (Source)
6. Which actress, currently in her 50s, starred in a 2004 superhero movie that won several awards for being terrible? (Source)
7. Which term below is a unit that measures the speed of a mouse? (Source)
Company Trivia Quiz
Company trivia offers a fun and engaging way for employees to learn about about the company and their fellow colleagues. Employees can bond over the company’s internal jokes and unique facts, making this quiz perfect for company culture and team-building.
Run this quiz at the next town hall or team-building session. Here are some examples for questions you can use.We’d recommend that you edit the template according to your own company’s unique quirks.
1. What year was our company founded in?
2. How many different brands of coffee does our pantry have?
3. Which one of your fellow employees plays the clarinet?
4. What is the average age of the company?
4. What department occupies the most office space?
5. How many countries do our company operate in?
6. What is our brand’s tagline?
Just Do It
I’m Lovin’ It
Imagination at Work
Global Businesses Quiz
If you are looking for some light-hearted fun, host a quiz on interesting facts about successful businesses in the world. Entertain everyone with these fascinating facts, and see if they can guess them correctly.
Energize your meetings with this sample quiz that we prepared for you.
1. Which is the first company in the world to record a market capitalisation of $1 trillion USD? (Source)
2. Which company was originally called ‘BackRub’? (Source)
3. How old was Bill Gates when he became a billionaire? (Source)
4. Who designed and built the first Apple computer? (Source)
5. Which car company’s slogan is ‘The Ultimate Driving Machine’? (Source)
6. Which of these companies allow employees to bring dogs into the office? (Source)
Corporate Buzzwords Quiz
We are all guilty of using corporate jargon that are vague and often misused. Turn your knowledge of business lingo into a quiz, and find out who is guilty of overusing these business cliches.
This quiz is great for ice-breakers at large meetings. Watch in amusement as your colleagues groan and cringe in horror.
1. In marketing, what does the acronym ‘CPI’ stand for? (Source)
Cost per impression
Consumer price index
Characters per inch
Crisis prevention and intervention
2. What does it mean if something is described as ‘bleeding edge’? (Source)
It is losing money
It is the forefront of technological innovation
It is the flagship product
It is outdated
3. What does it mean to ‘punch the puppy’? (Source)
To beat a smaller, rival company
To sacrifice your family time for work
To do something that is unpopular for the sake of the company
To bully the new employee as a form of hazing
4. What does it mean to be a ‘disruptor’ in business? (Source)
Someone who destroys the productivity level in the office
A customer who is purposefully causing disturbances an company event
A new manager who changes the whole operations of the company
Someone who creates a product which displaces the market leaders
5. What of these buzzwords signifies that the company is growing? (Source)
Run it up the flagpole
Open the kimono
6. What does the Japanese term ‘Kaizen’ mean? (Source)
A concept that enables one to find his or her meaning in life