Category: Misc.

GRADUATE SPOTLIGHT: ERIN CAMPBELL HOWELL

portrait of erin campbell howell against the maze she built out of bricks and grass in her backyard

Erin partners with business leaders and teams to help them realize their potential through professional development, coaching, and facilitation. Certified Visual Coach® is now on her list of credentials. Working with Erin, leaders and teams co-create value by learning more about themselves and others, clarifying and aligning around their purpose, partnering with key stakeholders to… Read more »


GRADUATE SPOTLIGHT: PEGGY FRANK

Peggy Frank smiling beside art in the forest

Peg’s early years were spent in a house filled with oil paintings and international students. Both the art AND the people left their impressions. After studying marine science, she shifted to illustrating trees, plants and ecological processes for foresters and naturalists. Infected with HIV long before there was any medical treatment, her recovery was slow… Read more »


GRADUATE SPOTLIGHT: KASSIE LAYNE

About to retire after 30 years in the Public Service as an Analyst, Manager and Instructor, Kassie’s process toolkit contains Graphic Recording and Facilitation with a high dose of Creative Problem Solving. Visual Coaching is another way to serve as a lifelong learner. Kassie’s personal experiences have also contributed to her service work and her… Read more »


VISUAL COACH CERTIFICATION – Save 50%

SPRING COHORT: STARTS MARCH 30TH!  12 3 SPOTS LEFT – APPLY NOW!  These are such challenging and powerful times. Now more than ever folks need effective and caring Process Leaders to hold safe space for deep thoughts, strong emotions, and aligned actions. For two decades I’ve been Working Visually and training others to do the same.… Read more »


Calm Fort to Ride Out the Storm

Calm Fort to Ride Out the Storm [Visual Coaching with Christina Merkley – 2020 #38]. Kim an American coach has made some big shifts including a cross country move and how she works. Now the pandemic and U.S. politics are creating intense distractions. Her Mind is concerned about ‘failure to launch’. Watch as we use… Read more »


Starts Monday – Productive and Fun Graphic Facilitation Course

Online Course Starts This Monday, February 22nd. Even Texan power outages can’t stop us from getting the last-minute word out on this upcoming online course! Pat my virtual assistant based down in Mesquite, Tx is recovering from 3 days of chilly temps and no power or internet. Glad you got through it Pat and thanks… Read more »


Fundamentals of Working Visually – Online Course: Save 50%

Online Course Starts Monday February 22nd. Learn the ins and outs of Working Visually with groups and/or individuals. Especially useful during these challenging times. Whether you can work in-person in your region.  Or whether you can only work online for now.  Course covers both delivery methods. For Leaders, Managers, Consultants, Facilitators, Trainers, Teachers, Coaches, Therapists,… Read more »


AOC Schooled By NFL’s Justin Jackson On Forcing Medicare4All

Jimmy Dore gets so worked up that I worry for his body and nervous system. However free Medicare-for-all for Americans is an important thing to get worked up about. Agree, if they can’t come up with it in the middle of a pandemic, when will they. So-called progressives and liberals won’t properly fight for it.… Read more »


Another Productive Morning At The Wall.

Another productive morning with Mo Dawson at the wall. Today I drew out the content of his life (to demo live spontaneously created work). And then sat back as he added more illustrations and colour to my base. His homework is to study module 6 (formats) and module 10 (facilitation with visual templates) in my Home… Read more »


Now For A Story Of ‘Doing What You Love’

A few days ago one of my Visual-Coaches-in-Training posted about her client’s doubts about being able to do ‘what she loves’. Which echoed some of this coach’s own doubts of a similar nature. As someone who has (and continues) to go through the journey of ‘doing what one loves’ … I understand and have empathy… Read more »