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Graphic Facilitation at World Cafés

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Graphic Facilitation at World Cafés

I’m standing at a wall of paper, my arm raised and ready to write. The conference room behind me is arranged with ten round tables, eight people huddled around each. The eighty participants have deliberated at their tables for the last half-hour, scribbling down their thoughts and prioritizing.

Now we’re ready for the report out. (more…)

The Art of Listening like a Graphic Recorder

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The Art of Listening like a Graphic Recorder

 

“How do you know what to listen for?”

It’s a common question I hear as a graphic recorder, and one that’s not always easy to explain! But over the years I’ve found there are key attributes to the art of listening in graphic recording or graphic facilitation.

These listening skills can be applied to a wide variety of situations beyond graphic recording. Discussions between co-workers; conflicts between spouses; reading the news and wanting to understand the full perspective… strong listening promotes deeper discussions and solution-finding.

So how does a graphic recorder listen? (more…)

Interactive Graphic Recording

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Interactive Graphic Recording

Meetings can be host to a large number of participants from various industries, backgrounds, and perspectives… how do you encourage people to engage with the topics being presented instead of being idle observers? How do you capture the thoughts of 200+ participants? Or 400+?

Graphic recording enhances meetings in many ways – from capturing speakers’ presentations to designing custom graphics to help guide a discussion. But graphic recording can also be interactive, even with a large number of participants! (more…)