When we want to get feedback from a group on a number of issues, most of us hand out questionnaires or ask for a show of hands, but if you would like a method which also energises the group, try this dynamic survey:
First of all prepare a list of questions that are similar to those used in a written survey and put the responses (e.g. 'Very Poor', 'Poor', 'OK'. 'Good', 'Excellent') on placards around the room.
Now ask the questions and ask the participants to move to the part of the room that best matches their response. Draw the group out on the reasons for their responses.
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