Ask Follow-Up Questions to Facilitate Great Discussion

Ask Follow-Up Questions to Facilitate Great Discussion

Quick tips for keeping the discussion moving

Leading a great discussion requires that we actually interact with one another's ideas—not just speak at each other. To help group members do that, leaders should ask follow-up questions that let the sharer know he or she was heard, clarify what has been said, and invite other group members to interact with what's been shared. This quick video will give you tips that you can implement at your next meeting.

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