What is graphic facilitation? Meetings, organizational change, and consensus building can be a real drag if not properly planned and executed. Particularly in this era of hyper-accelerated technology and virtual connection, it’s more important than ever to go beyond the traditional paradigms for leadership and tap into new ways of communicating with and inspiring our teams.
It was in the news: Coca-Cola Company was under fire. For starters, Coke was missing a strong message for sustainable practices. But there was something more going on. Coca-Cola’s market share was dropping. Their relationships were suffering from the inside and out. Their employees, their customers, their bottlers, and their vendors were disconnected from the company’s mission.
SmartWool Uses Visual Strategy Story to Lead Organizational Change SmartWool is a hugely popular and hip brand, famous for its socks. Based in Steamboat Springs, CO, it was founded in 1995 by two ski instructors
Our meetings—particularly in this virtual world—are not designed for what happens after the meeting or even after “end meeting.” We focus our planning on how to engage our attendees during the meeting, but do we know how to curate a post-meeting plan for momentum?
In a world of ZOOM FATIGUE, we yearn for a meeting that brings together multi-sensory, strategic, human-centered strategies to highlight big ideas and facilitate creative problem-solving. We might use MIRO or MURAL or even Google Docs to share ideas, collaborate, and leverage all the intelligence in the “room.” But who has time to bring together and make sense of all that intelligence and creativity that lives in multiple platforms?