Add more VOOM! to your visualisations with smarter visual frameworks
Live online interactive class • Ben Crothers
Are you tired of using the same visual layouts all the time? Do you want your ‘rich pictures’ to be a lot richer? Do you need inspiration, to bring out more meaning in your visualisations?
In this highly-interactive 2-hour workshop, you will learn:
- The easy-to-remember ‘EARSHOTS’ method to tune into what your clients are saying more effectively
- How to capture conversations in more creative ways with the help of some smart visual frameworks and templates.
- How to pinpoint and improve areas in your own style to get more satisfying results in your visualisations.
- How to create better layouts using popular collaboration canvas software (like Mural and Miro) for online and hybrid gatherings.
This workshop is for you if you know the value of visuals, and want to level-up your skills in graphic recording and drawing ‘rich pictures’, concept maps, and other diagrams for your team or clients.
This workshop is great for:
- First-timers who want some grounding in how to turn a conversation into a visualisation
- Graphic recorders who want to up their skills in meaningful layouts
- Facilitators who want to add more templates to their toolkit
- Consultants who want to use meeting visualisation with clients as a competitive advantage
You’re hungry for change, and you’re investing in your success as a changemaker. We take that investment seriously, by packing serious value into this class.
This workshop gives you access to:
- 2 hours of real-time interactive instruction
- Opportunities to share, and learn from each other
- PDF templates to use with your team after the class
- Access to the recording after the workshop, included for free
- An ongoing community of changemakers on the Bright Pilots Slack channel
You’ll be drawing along with your instructor, as well as creating drawings according to various scenarios, as a way of applying what you learn.
With this in mind, use whatever you are comfortable to draw with, but at a minimum you will need:
- A drawing pad or sketchbook, or loose-leaf blank paper
- A fine-line black or blue marker, as long as it’s not too thick
If you have them, it’s great to also have a variety of colour pens or markers. If you prefer to draw using a tablet, that’s perfectly fine too.
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