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Posts Tagged ‘Graphic Facilitation’
After the training on graphic facilitation provided by Bigger Picture, we started using our skills for the development of the process of a brainstorming session for a group of twenty participants of the yearly block course of UNU-EHS. The course entitled “From vulnerability to resilience in disaster risk management” aims to highlight the complexity and importance of vulnerability and resilience in the field of disaster risk management. It takes place in three different locations: Germany, South Africa and Serbia. The target group are postgraduate master students and students beginning with their PhD theses.
How can visuals help you to advance strategic issues in discussions with your colleagues? Heidi Förster from UNU-EHS was one of the participants in the Graphic Facilitation training and used her new skills in internal meetings. Here is what she has to report from her experience: Read more
On Friday 4th June the United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS), Germanwatch and the China Civil Climate Action Network (CCAN) organized a Europe-China Climate Change Roundtable at the UN Campus during the week of climate talks in Bonn. SCIENTIA was invited to support the preparation of the workshop and to graphically facilitate the meeting. Read more
This week we had the privilege to attend an online session with Dan Porter from Sciberia on Digital Scribing. Dan Porter has roughly 10 years of work experience as a graphic facilitator. This became apparent to all of us when listening to his repertoire of knowledge on graphic facilitation in general and digital scribing in particular. Read more
Graphic Facilitation opens doors on so many levels. Where ever we went and let the pen be king, people turned to us like moths to a flame. By people I mean regular conference-goers with a fatigue for the usual agenda, working groups that got stuck in a topic or simply people with a love for visuals! Read more
Can a visual image change the way we relate to each other? The answer is yes. Graphics and pictures are changing the way we operate at meetings and conferences. Research has shown that images allow people to interact, engage and communicate with each other on an entirely different –and unprecedented—level.