It’s been almost a month since #Rosviz19, my annual graphic facilitation workshop, took place in Rossland, BC, Canada. I am inspired by the people I was fortunate to meet, the work that was created and the harvests that emerged from this group!
That last exercise of the 2-day workshop is typically about harvest – capturing the learnings, what we want to share, the artifacts to help us remember and the tangible and intangible bits that we each gather throughout.
The harvests were BOLD gifts that stretched everyone to be their best. It was amazing to witness the element of surprise when people saw the sense making that had emerged after a few days of skills building, practice and discussion.
A group of eight gathered together to draw their learnings in large format.
Another small group drew tidbits of advice and key points on cards to fit the key ring I gave at the start of the workshop so people could harvest personal insights throughout.
A poet and business advisor shared spoken word as a way to harvest the learnings!
Finally, after the workshop, Lisa, our social reporter and graphic recorder/guest artist shared a digital recording she created over the 2 days!
Thank you to Lisa Gates for sharing her exceptional talents once again!
Finally, a huge thank you to everyone who traveled to Rossland to join me on this amazing graphic facilitation journey!
Now to start planning for 2020…