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Description of the Template and Guide

Gather productive feedback and build alignment on a new proposal or plan using this simple meeting structure. After presenting the proposal, you’ll lead the discussion using three feedback questions asked in a specific order.

This meeting agenda template can be used to create a stand-alone meeting dedicated to gathering feedback, or incorporated into longer meetings covering additional topics.

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11-page Facilitator's Guide with tips, step-by-step instructions, & resources

Meeting Goal

Generate balanced feedback on a plan or proposal. Create better alignment and support for the final version of the plan or proposal

About

  • Author:  Richard Lent, Ph.D.
  • Duration:  30 to 45+ minutes
  • Group Size:  Any
  • Solution Categories:  Managers
  • Meeting Types:  What is a Planning Meeting? What is a Sensemaking Meeting?

Agenda Overview

  1. Introduction
  2. Presentation / Review of proposal
  3. Reflection
  4. Feedback: Hearing replies to questions
  5. Closing and Next Steps

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