Check-ins are an approach to encourage each person in a meeting to speak to their peers. One by one, group members respond to a selected question or prompt. Prompts are chosen to elicit who participants are, how they feel or what they think about an almost limitless range of work-related and personal concerns. Leaders use check-ins deliberately to further a group’s development and ultimately, to enable it to perform at the highest level.
London, United Kingdom
One of my favorite books is Siddhartha by Herman Hesse
Something I do for fun is snowshoe
Provo, UT, United States
An expression I like is “slow down to speed up.”
Bernie, MO, United States
One of my guilty pleasures is icing
Watertown, MA, United States
One of my favorite books is The Poisonwood Bible
Maynard, MA, United States
One of my favorite books is Peace Like a River
Temperance, MI, United States
Something I do for fun is ride horses.
Peabody, MA, United States
I like where I live because meals are made for me
Nashville , TN, United States
One of my favorite books is To Kill A Mockingbird
Lubbock, TX, United States
One thing I’m proudest of is how I’ve raised my son.
Brooklyn , NY, United States
Something I particularly like about where I live is that everyone welcomes everyone, regardless of race, religion, style, etc.
Walberswick , United Kingdom
My hero is Jacinda Arden
My favorite book is On The Road
My favorite book is Behind The Beautiful Forevers
Madison, Wisconsin, US
My hero is Van Jones