New! Visual Thinking
Pictures make people talk, share, ask questions, collaborate and, most important, understand and participate.
Graphic facilitation is the practice of using words and images to create a conceptual map of a conversation. It is both process and product. It is a great tool for making cooperation, processes and learning visible, to harvest, to see the common understanding and results.
The main goal and emphasis of the training
is to encourage the participants to draw and use simpler drawing techniques in professional life. Additionally, we learn to piece the drawings together in strategic contexts, how a picture can support important texts and how to create complete visuals- the templates.
This is a hands-on training which means that agenda includes lots of creative practical tasks. I give my best that the training would be relevant and directly applicable to your own work.
Graphic facilitation skills empower you to bring structure to your ideas by using simple pictures. The visual language helps to create a shared understanding in multidisciplinary teams. Visual recording is a powerful method to capture and structure your ideas discussed and helps you share the outcomes of your meetings.
DAY 1 - 16 October
DAY 2 - 17 October
This training is for everybody (Scrum Masters, Scrum Product Owners, Team Leads, Technical team Leads, Project Managers, so) who needs masterfully and visually communicate important messages, enhance meetings, project works and the creation of strategies. If you need to provide overview and shared understanding for teams and groups in all sizes, collaborate purposefully, communicate effectively and navigate in complexity.
To sign up for this training you do not need to have any artistic background, but just be ready to doodle, scribe, and analyze a lot.
Your trainer Kati Orav was born and lives in Estonia. She has been interested in teaching and leading since childhood, so, no surprise, that currently she is working as a trainer and process manager.
Kati helps people to fulfil their dreams. For that she teaches them how to bring structure to their ideas by using simple pictures. She believes that creating right conditions, asking right questions and using supportive tools can help people to discover creativity and potential to make a change. One great mission in her life is to promote visual thinking as an approach to simplification of strategic thinking and project management, and also to help people to find the courage to doodle.
Kati has made a book about Estonian movies in pictograms and has been co-author to a publication on visual facilitation in education and youth work with Deniss Jershov and Torben Grocholl “Visual Facilitation cookbook”
She was also performing in TEDxTartu in November 2016 and in Agile Saturday ( Estonia, april 2018)