Graphic Facilitation Workshop is Just Around the Corner…

The early bird deadline is past, but we are sending out the word at a couple of face to face workshops in the next few weeks and the time to commit is NOW!  Nancy White and I have learned so many new things this year that we want to share.  There is much to learn from the group as well as so far  the folks who have signed up are fascinating and a few are far flung! We are expecting great, diverse interactions. We have a few more spaces available so MAKE YOUR MOVE!

As a reminder:

When might we use this practice?

Sometimes our imaginations are sparked by a visual where words fail us. Think about when communities plan and imagine their futures, when teams consider the possible outcomes for their projects, when groups create maps to track their progress.  Whether you are strategic planning, enhancing reports or explaining concepts on the back of the napkin, these are all opportunities to use visuals to engage and deepen understanding. You can use visual thinking to improve teamwork, communications, meetings, build engagement and to plan work. Step out of the PowerPoint rut!

Who should attend?

Facilitators, project managers, team leaders and members, town planners, teachers and anyone who would like to engage others beyond words. Please note:You do NOT need previous experience or have to consider yourself an artist. At some level, we can all draw and use visuals to enhance our communications and engage diverse audiences.

Join us July 18-20th in Rossland, B.C.

All details are here: http://michellelaurie.com/training-and-workshops/graphic-facilitation-workshop-july18-20/

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