Prompts to Choose Your Leaders

Type of strategy: Brainstorming and DiscussionCollaborationEnergizers and State ChangersGroup ManagementHumor and CelebrationProcessing

Intended Audience: StudentsTeachers

Learning styles: EN: Extraversion and IntuitionES: Extraversion and SensingIN: Introversion and IntuitionIS: Introversion and Sensing

Choosing volunteers and group leaders randomly so all learners have an opportunity to facilitate, report and lead.


Next time you need a group leader use one of these prompts.  Try and use a different one each time.

  1. Largest shoe size.
  2. Most petite shoe size.
  3. BIrthday closest/farthest to today.
  4. Purchased a house most recently.
  5. Moved most recently.
  6. Most children.
  7. Been married or with significant other the longest/shortest.
  8. Most recently visited a comedy club.
  9. Longest/shortest time in job.
  10. Most/least change on you.
  11. Blessed with the tallest/shortest genes.
  12. Has changed residences most recently.
  13. Has been to a live sporting event recently.
  14. Has owned the most/least cars.
  15. Most/least grandchildren.
  16. Traveled most/least recently.
  17. Most unique eye color, relative to the group.
  18. Longest/shortest fingernails.
  19. Most recently attended a concert.
  20. Is wearing the most/least [name a color].
  21. Is wearing the most/least [jewelry].
  22. Owned the most cell phones.
  23. Has the most/least social media accounts.
  24. Has owned most/least amount of laptops.
  25. Most/least facebook activity.
  26. Most/least number of tweets.
  27. Most/least number of twitter followers.
  28. Is the oldest/youngest sibling.
  29. Most/least mobile technologies.


Add yours below in the comments section!


Adapting from The Bob Pike Conference

Submitted by: Jennifer Arns