Re: 2B) or not.
I went on a "team building" event once where, before attending, we all filled out the questionnaires. On arrival, when it came to me, the bloke presenting was made up. He'd never seen one of me before and followed me around like a small dog for the entire week, taking notes all the time.
At least he didn't try to hump your leg. And anyway, you're doing it wrong if they're not backing away and looking for exits...
Three pages of replies, and nobody's even mentioned "Prisoner's Dilemma"/the "Red & Blue"/"Green & Blue" games - you know the ones, where everybody's supposed to work out that they get equally well rewarded if everyone votes like sheep for the most mediocre option - oh sorry, I meant everyone always votes for the option that appears to benefit all sides equally.
I was dragged into one game like that...
Instructor: Hmm, why have you voted like this in the later rounds ?
Me: Damage limitation. Our negotiator got the diplomatic equivalent of an atomic wedgie and lost us lots of points.
Instructor: You're not very trusting, are you ?
Me: Lady, I do IT security. I'm paid to think bad thoughts and try to make sure they never happen.
Instructor: Okaaaayyyy, I think I'll go and to talk to that team over there...
What did I learn from that day ?
(a) Certain colleagues have better "poker faces" than I ever imagined ;
(b) It's wrong to stereotype people, but it's perfectly acceptable to be put in one of sixteen MBTI "pigeonholes" by a consultant ;
(c) We should all be more like dolphins - of course, we did this around the time when several studies came out about dolphin behaviour... "So, should we go out and kill porpoises, and take bites out of human researchers when we're hungry ?" Don't even get me started on the sex life of dolphins, several journals suggest they're just as filthy as H. Sapiens when it comes to inserting tab "A" into slot "B".