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Graphic harvesting training

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Graphic harvesting training

Time: September 4, 2010 at 9:30am to September 5, 2010 at 5pm
Location: The Hub, Brussels
Street: 37 Rue du Prince Royal
City/Town: 1050 Brussels
Event Type: training
Organized By: Rowan Simonsen and Nick Payne
Latest Activity: Aug 23, 2010

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Event Description

Using graphic recording to harvest meaning from your
conversations and meetings.

Graphic Harvesting, Graphic Recording or Graphic Facilitation - whatever you call it, is a powerfully simple way of enhancing the effectiveness of any meeting, conference or training session.
Even today, gathering people together remains our key means of generating organisational thinking and, so, our obvious contention is that the most significant way we can radically improve what we do is to make more effective use of this time.
And given that most people are visual learners let’s play the percentages and build upon their natural capacities by using graphic processes.

The training will be run by seasoned graphic
facilitator and recorder Nick Payne and facilitator
and visual thinker Rowan Simonsen.

In this training you will:
• Learn to use lettering, coloring, symbols, shapes and people
to start explore your own visual language
• Learn to listen for meaning and patterns when recording
• Learn to think strategically about the outcome of the
conversations and meeting that you record.
• Practice your new skills in a real life setting.
• Get a Graphic recorder starter toolkit

Download the full invitation here

For further information please contact
Rowan Simonsen:

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Comment by Benjamin Aaron Degenhart on April 16, 2010 at 2:48am
so great Rowan! all the best with it...

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