With the Process designer tool, you set up and configure specific workspaces to produce the required outcome in the time available. Of course, XLeap also works face-to-face.
XLeap sessions are valuable and have a life cycle. Which is why your personal XLeap Center lets you keep as many sessions as you like. For preparation. For processing after the session. For running several 'anytime' sessions in parallel. For easy accessibility of content for use in a follow-up session. For re-use of successful session processes by mouse click.
With XLeap you can
- Let participants get a word in
While participants can always talk via the conference, when doing the work, everyone contributes in writing. This accelerates brainstorming sessions dramatically. Discussions become deep-dives even with limited time and many participants. Participants can contribute ideas, opinions or facts simultaneously and respond to those of others directly without waiting their turn. XLeap sessions are more interactive, more collaborative and more dynamic than meetings and workshops - let alone web conferences - could ever aspire to.
- Let participants say what they really know and think
The host of the session can switch on anonymity at any time, which lets participants share honestly what they think and know.
- Let participants treat contributions on merit - not who said it
With anonymity switched on, all contributions are judged purely on merit. Personal prejudice does not come into play when the identity of the contributor is unknown. Participants work together on ideas, opinions and facts just as those ideas, opinions and facts appear, with an open mind - even across departmental or other tribal divides.
- Let participants establish priorities and build consensus
Have your group rate any list of ideas, opinions, facts or proposed measures with the applicable rating method (numeric scale, rank order, multiple selection, budget allocation, estimate), then and there on one or several criteria. Meaningful results are immediately available in tables and charts. Consensus is measured and shown. The results can be used to prioritize further discussion in the session or serve to inform decisions taken after the session.