Ilja Preuß ran a peer workshop at Play4Agile on Tips for debriefing a game. Thanks to everyone for sharing such wonderful ideas.
I synthesized this into the visual note:
The main points are:
- Go with their energy so that it feels like a conversation.
- Less is more: Give them space so they can debrief each other.
- Guide their attention through powerful questions and observations.
I was already able to apply some of my learnings when I facilitated a game debrief later in the conference. Thanks Ilja!
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