February 3rd, 2010 6:16pm - Posted By: Caryn Capriccioso
Hint: It’s not only to give us a break!
“Don’t make us break into groups; we hated when our other consultant had us do that!”
“We want to stay together as one so everyone can hear each other’s perspectives.
“Why do facilitators always ‘make’ us split up? It takes longer to do the same work.”
Believe it or not, there is a rhyme and reason to breakout groups and it is not because all facilitators are sadists (some maybe, but not all!). Small groups serve a number of very important purposes when it comes to achieving positive results from a retreat process. Just a few of the reaso ...
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