Experiential exercises often have multiple layers that can be evaluated, or the exercise may take an unexpected turn that will redirect the evaluation away from what you had initially planned. This may be the case for exercises devoted to communication or cooperation when the task is quite controversial in terms of content or entails multifaceted ethical dilemmas (see for example, the exercise Voting on a Verdict). The whole team should follow the situation and offer observations if possible, thereby supporting to the team member running the exercise. The sequence of steps in the evaluation is important, i.e. monitoring the primary need for emotional or substantive evaluation and the importance of wrapping up that segment of the evaluation before moving on to conclusions or the content-related part (this can be an analysis of the feelings that cropped up during the exercise).