Principles of Graphic Facilitation
The Principles of Graphic Facilitation Program combines the theory and practice of graphic facilitation with the fundamentals of graphic recording. This can also be found in David Sibbet’s definitive book Graphic Facilitation: Transforming Groups with the Power of Visual Listening. This is a full immersion program on the best practices for applying visual language to group processes.
Who Should Attend?
This program is for consultants, team and project leaders, managers, facilitators, and trainers who would like to use graphic displays to engage team members and meeting participants, capture ideas, focus group’s work, and improve implementation.
What You Will Achieve
- Knowledge and skills on public listening, lettering and core drawing skills of graphic recording
- Hands-on experience that will teach you how to record with blank paper and use the seven archetypal visual formats (Group Graphics® Keyboard) to focus a group’s conversation
- Knowledge of the starter repertoire of graphic icons for graphic recording
- Ability to understand the four flows of facilitation — attention, energy, information and operations — to gain insight about your own facilitation practice and the needs of your clients
What You Will Learn
In this program, participants learn how 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.