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Graphic Recording Workshop
Two-day workshop on July 10-11 to learn visual processing methods to communicate and facilitate processes in an inspiring and effective way.
Graphic facilitation combines deep listening, simple drawing technique and facilitation methodology to visualize complex processes and provides overview, shared language and ownership of your project, new strategy or conference.
In this two-day workshop you will...
- Get introduced and start using the toolbox of a graphic facilitator
- Create your own database of icons
- Get insights to the theory behind Graphic Facilitation
- Immediately apply what you have learned to your project that will be the case study for you to practice the methods.
Designers, teachers, facilitators, architects, filmmakers, artists, students, coaches, change agents and leaders in fields such as sustainability, cooperation and complexity. The language of the workshop is English.
Tuesday 10 & Wednesday 11 July, 2012
9:00AM - 4:30 PM
Anne Madsen is a Kaospilot, graduate of the school of process, project and personal leadership in Denmark. With her company 'DrawMore' she is doing and teaching graphic recording. With TOOLSforSCHOOLS she is passionately working on introducing participatory methodologies and creative practice in the public primary school system in Denmark.
NGO and private: 340 EUR excl. VAT.
Business and Government: 550 EUR excl. VAT.
The workshop is organized by The Flexible Platform. Our goal for this workshop is to provide people with new creative tools for their projects, to let them explore new ways to inspire others and to connect them so that they can improve the impact of their collaborative initiatives.
The Flexible Platform Office
Torenallee 26-18 Eindhoven (NL)
To register, please send an e-mail to Amber Vriends at email@example.com.
If you have any questions, you can send an e-mail to Amber at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can call +31 (0)6 4387 5620