Summarise and remember key points

Make sure to save and remember the most useful results from a meeting, a workshop or a seminar. Do it in teams of up to 10 participants.

  1. Lay out a set of Magnum cards on the floor.
  2. Each participant finds one card symbolising the most important outcome of the meeting, workshop or seminar.
  3. All participants gather in a circle and take turns to tell the others about their cards.
  4. If a participant presents a point that somebody else had chosen, too, he/she must try to think of another important outcome. At first, he/she should try to present it with the support of the picture card he/she already has chosen. If this is not possible, he/she can choose another card.

In order to remember the most important results, all participants make a selfie with their picture card in front of their face. Write down the results under the picture that represents it. Print the photos and hang them on a wall for everyone to see and remember.



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