To enable the participants to reflect on their experience of the meeting.
1. Guide the group through a reflection on the experience of the meeting.
2. Can use the Focused Conversation Method: eg.
What have we accomplished during our meeting today?
What was helpful for you personally today?
Where did you or we struggle in this meeting?
What things did we do that helped us reach these accomplishments?
How could we improve the way we hold a meeting?
How would you tell someone else what really happened in this meeting today?
Stanfield, Brian: The Art of Focused Conversation, New Society Press and the Canadian Institute of Cultural Affairs, 1998, p. 55
Williams, R. Bruce: More than 50 Ways to Build Team Consensus, Second Edition, Corwin Press, 2007, p. 244
Derived from: Found on Jo Nelson's "Meeting Tools" List