Check-ins are a simple, deceptively powerful approach that encourages each person in a meeting to speak and be heard by their peers. Leaders use check-ins deliberately to further a group’s development and ultimately, to enable it to perform at the highest level.
It is important to understand that if the selected student does not take their role seriously, the group can vote them out at any time. But the point is that no one who wants to learn a skill set or take on a responsibility is written off and denied an opportunity.
What if your workplace sparked, instead of stunted, creativity? What if you worked at an organization that intentionally developed leaders who structure collaboration, conversations, and connections to nurture creative solutions?