Check Out

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Ongoing usage

Complexity: 1/5
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Background & Purpose

A check out is a good way to end a meeting. It is an open but structured space provided to each participant to express themselves one last time. A check out usually takes place in a circle. It can be guided by a question, like “what is clear to me now and what still needs to be clarified?”. If time is running out, or in big groups, you can also do a “one word check-out” or a check-out with 3 shared claps. There are plenty of possibilities. It can also be non-related to the meeting, like “what are you looking forward to in the next few days”.
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Name: Michaela Hogenboom