"What happens after a retreat is often as important as what happens during it. In your view, what next steps need to take place to ensure successful follow-through?"

Nothing happening after a session is a common cause of cynicism about outcomes. Keeping the process moving into implementation makes expectations about outcomes as transparent and "actionable" as possible. .

See Making Questions Work, Chapter 8, "Questions for Closing a Session",
p 226.

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