"You have just spent two days discussing how our company acts on its corporate social responsibility in this community. If you were in charge of this organization what is the first thing you would do to act on the results of this session?" Then prompt with "How can we support this coming about if we are not in charge?"

At the end of a session facilitators are often looking for questions that build ownership for follow-through. These questions can stimulate creative approaches to implementation when participants may not have positional power to make things happen.

See Making Questions Work, Chapter 8, “Questions for Closing a Session”, p 224.

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