Go Around and Comment

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Identification
Intent or purpose: 
This is a quick and simple exercise at the end of the day to evaluate it. It is not intended as a complete evaluation but as a simple one. It is normally used when time is tight and a longer evaluation of the whole program will take palce later.
Used as component of: 
A longer program as a quick end of the day evaluation.
Types of Participants: 
any
Recommended size of group: 
26-50
Optimal amount of time needed: 
Less than one minute per person
Howto
Usual or Expected Outcomes: 
a simple evaluation of the program.
Level of participation: 
high
Ideal Conditions: 
any
Potential Pitfalls: 
overly simplistic understanding of the state of the group.
Type of Facilitator-Client Relationship: 
any
Level of Difficulty to Facilitate: 
No specific skills required
Facilitator Personality Fit: 
any
Setting and Materials: 
none
Resources Needed: 
none
Pre-Work Required: 
none
Procedures: 

Ask for each person to say at least one thing about their experience of today ? it can be positive or negative points, what they learned, what they have been thinking about. It is not necessary to go around in order, but each person needs to make one comment. (If you are very pressed for time, ask each person to give only one word that describes their assessment of the day.)

How flexible is the process?: 
very
Follow-Up Required: 
A longer and more systematic evaluation should be done at the end of the program.
Background
Developer: 
unknown
History of Development: 

This specific version was developed a part of a facilitators manual in Shell International Exploration and Production's Drilling the Limit team.

References: 
Maureen Jenkins prepared this version of the exercise.
License Model: 
Open
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Creators: 
Trainers: 
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Spectrum Management Denver United States
Consultants: 
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Spectrum Management Denver United States
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