Using Rounds to Boost Recall

A period of reflection after training ups recall by 23% according to a study in Harvard Business Review.

We’re not so foolish as to suggest that your next meeting end with a check-in-with-yourself-moment.

(Because we all know that will mean “check-in-with-your-mobile-device”.)

But we do suggest making people accountable to each other by scheduling a Roundtable Roundup towards the end of your meeting. Small groups (8-10) can talk through questions like:

What was the big takeaways?
Biggest surprises?
Most valuable content that you can put in action immediately?
Least likely to use?

And don’t be surprised if those check-in conversations are still going when your attendees check-in at the gate.

About The Bricolage Group (56 Articles)
Creative Corporate Communications. Use what you have. Say what you mean.

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