In a Wizerized conference, action plans can be produced by teams and by individuals. These action plans help attendees capture those “magic moments” when they suddenly see their role and tasks in a new light. The action plans help them pinpoint and commit to a new behavior – starting next Monday.
Team-based action plans are customized for group collaborations. They take the teams through a predefined process that starts with open brainstorms and ends with names assigned to specific intiatives.
Personal action plans, on the other hand, are defined by the individual and are personal. This solution involves giving attendees time for reflection and noting down thoughts, ideas and action steps. These plans are built up step by step, subject by subject through the event.
The personal action plan is by definition personal – and is only accessible by the person who has created it.
Inserting two minutes from time to time to fill in the personal action plan helps translate general learnings into personal actions. The actions plan are made available via online reporting (and can be downloaded as an Excel spreadsheet if preferred).
Action Plans can also be created in a group process allowing for a structured analyses of complex challenges – including the use of i.e. mind maps.