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"What parts of this report or presentation are
most relevant to your organization and why?"

Ask participants to think about this question prior to a presentation. Then ask it after the presentation is over to initiate discussion. This approach prompts participants to bring a clear focus when listening to a presentation.

See Making Questions Work, Chapter 5, "Questions for Enabling Action", p 109.

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