10/10/10 Analysis on Zoom
With participants leaning toward a potential option they’re supporting, pair participants up in breakout rooms. Instruct them to discuss how they would feel about their ideal option in ten minutes, ten months, and ten years. Then to do the same with other, competing options. Once back in the full group, have participants share things they heard from their partner that felt poignant.
Vanishing Options on Zoom using AhaSlides
Allow participants to vote on a decision using a multiple choice AhaSlide with four or more options. After the vote, duplicate the slide, delete an option or two, then have them vote again on the new slate. Can be repeated several times.
Dot Voting on Zoom using MURAL
With all your potential options written on sticky notes in your mural start a dot voting session, where participants will move dots to their chosen sticky. Once everyone has voted (or time is up), review the results. Repeat for additional rounds, removing stickies as you go if desired.
Red Team vs. Blue Team on Zoom
Ask some members of your group to change their names to designate them as Red Team. It will be their job to play devil’s advocates to your plans, coming up with ways to sabotage them, point out their flaws, or highlight their vulnerabilities. The rest of the group, as Blue Team, is tasked with responding to these issues.