SCENARIO 1:

Participants play "What a Day" individually and meet in groups for debriefing.

Participants complete the simulation individually before meeting in groups of 12‒30 for a facilitated feedback session. This session is based on individual results and group data provided in a Personal Report for each participant.

It takes between 35-45 minutes to complete the simulation online, and the group feedback session usually takes half a day.

 

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the WaD invitation

1) THE INVITATION

Invitation, instructions and login are e-mailed to all participants. Participants must complete the simulation before a certain deadline.

The virtual facilitator

2) THE VIRTUAL FACILITATOR

A virtual facilitator guides the experience and collects input on questions related to the simulation.

The simulation experience

3) THE SIMULATION EXPERIENCE

Participants use their own computers to complete the simulation (Internet connection
and sound required).

The group feedback session

4) GROUP FEEDBACK SESSION

The feedback session is facilitated around a couple of strong learning points.

The personal report

5) THE PERSONAL REPORT

Each participant receives a personal report and all the participants in a session are bench marked against each other. The results also reveals different behavioral patterns in the group.

Group reflection

6) GROUP REFLECTION

All insight is used for reflection and discussion in smaller table groups and in plenary.
The session focuses on the motivation for change and introduces frameworks and tools to help improve performance.