Sep 10 2012

KM Singapore Graphic Facilitation Workshop

It makes no sense to fly all the way to Singapore just for a keynote, so the good folks at Straits Knowledge and IKMS set me up to offer a graphic facilitation pre-conference workshop prior to KMSingapore (#KMSG). 12 folks joined me to explore how we productively use visuals as we facilitate in our work. After some visual introductions, we did the classic “I Can Draw” exercises, then worked on basic visual vocabularies. With that under our belts, we explored how we can use these visual skills in a variety of facilitation settings. You can see the full agenda here. Below are some images from the workshop, including our use of the visual practice “river of life” as a workshop evaluation tool.

KM Singapore Graphic Facilitation Workshop Artifacts from Nancy White


6 responses so far

6 Responses to “KM Singapore Graphic Facilitation Workshop”

  1. […] If you want the short version, a 2 minute recap can be found here. (I just blogged about the Graphic Facilitation workshop as […]

  2. Sophie Aon 11 Sep 2012 at 9:20 am

    These pics are precious! Took me back in time to Rome… it is a wonderful opportunity (that you Nancy make so warm and inviting) to get in touch with our freer, more creative side, connected with function and purpose… invaluable! 🙂

  3. Nancy Whiteon 11 Sep 2012 at 10:58 am

    Sophie, even more pleasure-creation is when I see pictures of what you and Simone have been doing visually in your work! Yaaaaaahhhoooooo!

  4. KerryJon 11 Sep 2012 at 5:04 pm

    I so want to take one of your workshops! When are you coming back to Adelaide and the chocolate fountain???

  5. Nancy Whiteon 11 Sep 2012 at 5:14 pm

    Either January or November 2013. Brad Beach will be coordinating. Let’s make a graphic facilitation workshop happen in Adelaide, ok? With chocolate!

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