If you can imagine capturing a meeting or planning session in a series of images – and using what you’ve captured to advance the conversation – you’ll begin to understand the power of this practice.
So I am pleased to offer the following guest post from my colleague Heather Yandow at Third Space Studio. As Heather points out, you don’t need to be an artist to understand and use the basic principles of graphic facilitation.
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Add to Your Facilitator’s Toolbox
At Third Space Studio, we always love a chance to add a new tool to our toolbox. Last week, Meredith and I got to dig into graphic facilitation – the art of helping people see their conversations and their conclusions.
As someone who does not consider themselves an artist, I was initially daunted by the prospect of trying to create beautiful images on the wall. But I learned a few simple tips and tricks that I am looking forward to using in my next meeting.
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