Being able to see how a plan unfolds is critical to the success of it. It gives us a view of the big picture, one where we understand how our position and our role can service the plan.
Facilitators are usually equipped with post-its, whiteboard markers, butcher’s paper and apps like Miro to make their sessions visual. As graphic facilitators, we are communication specialists, taking complex ideas and representing them in accessible and memorable ways, removing the fog from the process.
Two weeks ago, my daughter started year one with bright-eyed enthusiasm and a backpack bigger than her. When we picked her up from school in the afternoon, her teacher looked like she had been through a kumite while the kids seemed like they had been drinking cordial from a fire hose. It was chaos.
As a director of a young company, I like to imagine myself as captain of a ship, standing at the steering wheel, looking out towards the horizon, wind billowing in my hair, fully in control of our journey.
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When the opportunity comes along with the invitation to be part of the change and have some impact, you take it.
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In a world where access to data is virtually limitless, can visualisation help us make wiser decisions about our future?
Our ability to see has been saving us from danger since the dawn of time. But in the this modern age, our vision is under attack.