This activity is useful after meals, as it provides a proper physical exercise during which one review what has been learned and surveys what other leadership competencies will be presented
- To review what participants have learned so far in the workshop.
- To explore areas or aspects that still need to be covered
- To provide physical exercise and a good chance to reenergize.
Activity training methods
- Charts and Markers
- Chairs arranged in a circle or facing the front (for discussion)
This activity is especially useful after a meal because it requires one to be on the move. Participants have an opportunity to review what they have learned and to share with the facilitator what they still hope to learn from the event before it ends.
- Divide participants into pairs of individuals who are not well accustomed to each other.
- Write these three questions on the chart:
i. What is the most significant thing you have learned so far in this event?
ii. What analogy can you make between what you see as you move around and the goals of this event?
iii. What else do you still want to learn in this event?
- Instruct participants to be on the move for a 15-minute in their designated pairs, during which they discuss these three questions. Tell them to be sure that each person in the pair takes a total of seven minutes to answer the questions. In other words, see that the “chat” time is equal.
- When they return, ask each participant to share something he or she has learned from their walking partners.
- Ask volunteers to express what they or their partners want from the rest of the event.
- During this leadership program, we will use your ideas and suggestions.
Take time shortly after carrying out this activity to reflect on how it went, how engaged
the participants were, and what questions were raised. Make notes that include how much time you actually spent on the activity.