Since the 'Walk the Talk' format was so well received last year, we are delighted to inform you that we are picking up this format in an evolved way again. Engage in active listening, inquiry, and generative conversation in small groups of four as you take a walk, discussing questions, fostering deep conversations, and gaining fresh perspectives.
Here is how a Walk the Talk works:
Participants will be divided into groups of four, with participants they don't know yet or have not engaged much with.
Groups go outside and note the time the Walk the Talk starts.
The first person will then have 5 minutes to address the prompt that was given to his or her group before each of the 3 other members have 2 and a half minutes to share their reactions and add question before the first person takes 2 last minutes to conclude.
After a first round, we will be starting a new round with participant n°2 as a starter.
After everyone has spoken, they can reflect on how the process was for each of them.
When everyone returns to the plenary room, the facilitator asks for some reflection and insights.