"What is one thing you will do differently as a result of participating in this session?"

This question is helpful in pointing the way towards positive reflection. It works well either for verbal end-of-session conversations or feedback forms. Consider prompting respondents with "What will you do first to get started?"

See Making Questions Work, Chapter 5, "Questions for Enabling Action", p 115.

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