A Challenge Your Peers session is the place for you to discuss your most pressing challenges with your peers and find actionable ideas to solve them.
Prior to the event, pick your biggest challenge as a topic for the roundtable and select five key questions you would like to have answered.
People join your session by choice, based on their interests, experience, and current focus. There is no prior assignment.
At the event, work through your challenge within a small group (up to 15 people) of your peers for 40–60 minutes.
Visualize the challenge on a mind map with the help of pens, stickers, markers, and a flipchart. We will set everything up for you.
All materials and outcomes will be photographed and published on our digital event platform, hubs101.
Your role is to guide the discussion by encouraging others to share their experiences and ideas.
We recommend starting with a short round of introductions before moving on to the topic discussion.
We recommend asking open questions, which allow participants to give free and flexible answers.
We recommend documenting your group’s ideas on the mind map to visualize the conversation.
Sometimes, participants need extra encouragement. Some participants may not directly relate to your topic, but they are still able to contribute new perspectives.
A great moderator is a great listener!
We got you — we will give you a short briefing in the first coffee break of the first event day.