A Forum in Cleveland was having problems with their monthly presentations. The topics weren’t deep and meaningful and they were having trouble finding presenters to step up and present. To address this, the Forum decided to hold a mini-retreat where they met for an entire day (9am-6pm). Everyone in the Forum gave a presentation, approximately one hour per person. At the end of the day, the spouses joined them for dinner. People said they were exhausted but it was a huge value and well worth the effort. It got them back on track again with their presentations, everyone got value out of the day and their parking lot for future presentations was quickly filled again.
Has your Forum done anything unique or creative to get back on track? Leave a comment below and tell us what you did!