Principles of Graphic Facilitation combines the theory and practice of graphic facilitation with the fundamentals of graphic recording. It is informed by David Sibbet’s definitive book Graphic Facilitation: Transforming Groups with the Power of Visual Listening. Participants learn to draw, create large-format displays, record, and practice facilitating and receiving feedback. They also design a meeting process and learn about methods of documenting visual meetings. This workshop is a full immersion in the best practices for applying visual language to group processes.
• Practice public listening, lettering, and core drawing skills of graphic recording
• Gain hands-on practice recording with blank paper, using the seven archetypal visual formats (Group Graphics® Keyboard) to focus a group's conversation
• Learn a starter repertoire of graphic icons for graphic recording
• Use the Four Flows of facilitation—attention, energy, information and operations—to gain insight about your own facilitation practice and your clients' needs.