A picture paints a thousand words
Anyone who has ever organised a meeting or a conversation knows that a well-placed visual can stimulate richer dialogue, stronger engagement, and natural collaboration. It can help groups to connect the dots around meaning, possibilities, and change. Visuals help to break down barriers of differences, language, and culture and encourage greater understanding.
And people will remember pictures better than almost anything else.
The World of Visual Facilitation presents new approaches and stories from expert visual facilitators all around the world. Co-authors share their own experiences, showing you what visual facilitation is and illustrating its many applications in meetings, strategic planning, coaching, training, and other aspects of work. Whether you are a visual facilitator, want to hire one, or want to try some of the methods yourself, the chapters clearly explain how to implement the co-authors’ ideas so that you, too, can reap the benefits of working visually.
Edited by Jeroen Blijsie, Tim Hamons, and Rachel Smith, it includes tools and stories from more than 50 professionals from around the world - including three chapters by Graphic Gear founder Matthew Magain. This is the ultimate field guide to visual practice.
Paperback, 655 pages