Breakout sessions provide opportunity for participants to empower themselves to participate rather than observe. When you’re in a large group setting, it can be difficult for people to feel compelled to speak up. In a smaller group, by contrast, participants can feel safer sharing their ideas. And when people feel safe, it leads to more dynamic meetings, where participants can share their riskier, more creative ideas.
We build up experience in facilitating break out teams with tools like Miro, Spatial Chat and Howspace. Some of these insights we shared in this article on the website of Miro.