Archive for “March, 2015”

Graphic recording in meetings provides the best results when it is built into the design of the agenda from the beginning.

Meeting Magic #

Graphic recording works when it is done in service to the group.

Meeting Magic #

Are you a visual thinker?

It's not just left-brain / right-brain, it's whole brain engagement.

It’s not just left-brain / right-brain, it’s whole brain engagement.

Visual thinking strategies are being used more broadly in education, particularly in the lower grades where how one thinks matures and becomes a pattern for later in life. This work is imbedding in schools, museums and support facilities for young people with disabilities, particularly autism and related conditions. Continue Reading…

Do you have your red nose on?

Red Nose Day Geek Ball

We support the transformational work of Comic Relief. Their work in Africa and the UK in supporting people’s lives is extraordinary. So, put on your red nose and support Red Nose Day with all the vim, vigor and fun you can muster. Lots of ways to be involved!

What is the most important tool for graphic recording?

We are asked all the time what the most important tool is for graphic recording. The questioners are usually thinking along the lines of types and sizes of paper, most useful markers and writing implements, portable walls, tape, best tablets for recording virtually and those types of tools. While these are important and, indeed, critical to successful graphic recording for meetings it is more important that you bring your brain. Continue Reading…

Is creativity in meetings a waste of time?

We support all types of creativity in meetings.

We support all types of creativity in meetings.

There seems to be an increasing desire to include creative ways of interacting within meetings. There is positive thinking on this and there are those who feel that adding creativity into meetings is a distraction and unhelpful. Continue Reading…