What I like

  • Roleplaying
  • Connection with Solution-Based Thinking
  • Rules on providing/receiving feedback
  • Practical exercise
  • Nice roleplays
  • Nice cooperation between presenters
  • Session clear & timed well
  • Chance to roleplay (example of situations)
  • One-pager feedback from
  • Help from Colinda and Martin was great
  • The exercise, the energy it spread
  • The interaction: short presentation followed by fun exercises
  • I will use this next week at my company
  • I liked the interaction and the exercises
  • The exercises made things clear - I can use the points I learnt immediately. Than you!
  • Loved the initial roleplay
  • Improved my feedback skill
  • Parallel exercise with problem focus and solution focus
  • Live demo at end
  • Handout card
  • Good presentation
  • Very practical, I can implement this very easily
  • You involved the audience
  • It was a funny & productive "stage"
  • You did it as a pair
  • Interesting topic
  • Practical suggestion
  • The feedback rules
  • Interactive, forced interaction, lots of fun
  • Problem focus "sneaky exercise" convinced me of implicitly directing mood and velocity of problem-solving
  • Feedback live demo

To improve

  • Smaller feedback card ;-)
  • Not exactly clear what the relation was of the first exercise with feedback
  • Maybe a separate session about Solution-Focused rules
  • Put the first exercise into context (did not see first two groups as more problem focused?)
  • Make more exercises, but with a shorter time. 10 minutes is very long for an exercise
  • Clarify the relationship with Agile. Where does these techniques help?
  • I missed abit the point between the first and second exercise
  • Put less focus on the Powerpoint
  • I found it distracting when you were using the pointing stick (perhaps a laser beamer would be less distracting, as on-off quicker)
  • Unclear about connection of Solution Focus with giving feedback
  • The exercise to give feedback one on one for 10 minutes is a bit long
  • More details on how to motivate people to give feedback if there is a fear or shyness
  • Give some hints how to deal with people that give feedback like: "You always do..."
  • Doing the paris exercise I dodn't get the chance to try more situations with different pair
  • First exercise was a little unclear
  • During the first exercise leabe example topics on the screen to use as examples
  • Example feedbacj discussion ideas -> I found it hard making them up and be passionate about thgem...