(Example: Really liked working in pods with people of different disciplines)
If you’re doing a Icebreaker, you’ll have a random question to answer. You can refresh it if you want another option, and of course you can create your own if you want.
After the Icebreaker you’ll move on to the reflect stage. This is where you get into the principles of the Four Ls retro discussed above.
Remember, Parabol is remote-friendly, enabling you to work asynchronously with your team. They can all leave comments together, or do it at a time that works for them. Also, reflections are anonymous, and no one can see them until you’re done working on them.
After the reflect phase, you’ll vote on issues to discuss, talk about the most voted on items, and then get a summary of the retro when you’re done. Make sure to review the retro 101 guide for tips on running a retrospective smoothly.