This exercise takes advantage of social proof to illustrate the importance of topics learned during the course. It is ideal to run this exercise at the end of a course to review what has been covered. The idea is to see which lessons most delegates found interesting (without influencing each other’s opinions) so they can focus more on them in the future.
Vote for the most interesting lessons you went through in this course.
Explaining the Exercise: 2 minutes
Activity: 5 min selecting the five areas + 2 min ranking + 2 min sorting + 2 min handout = 11 minutes
Group Feedback: 0 minutes
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