Tag: graphic recording

Learn Graphic Facilitation [Add “Working Visually” To Your Process Toolkit] Early Bird Ends Monday

Just getting the word out that spring’s Online Version of our internationally acclaimed Fundamentals of Interactive-Visuals workshop starts February 23rd (Early Bird registration ends this upcoming Monday, January 19th). “Interactive-Visuals” is the umbrella term I use to sum up the four main ways of working visually with groups and individuals: Studio Work Graphic Recording Graphic… Read more »


Learn Graphic Facilitation [Spring’s Online Visual Skills Course] Early Bird Ends Monday

Ready to learn or brush up on your visual skills AND save yourself five hundred smackaroos?! FYI, the Early Bird rate of our Spring offering of Fundamentals of Interactive-Visuals ends Monday … so nab your spot now! WHO: For Leaders, Managers, Consultants, Trainers, Facilitators, Coaches, Therapists and other Process Professionals who work with groups and/or… Read more »


The Visual Bio: A Handy Marketing Tool

As a Process Professional (visual facilitator, visual coach, energy worker and educator), I often have to introduce myself and/or set context about my work before landing or diving into an engagement. A tool that helps me do that, both online and in-person is my “Visual Bio” What a Visual Bio Is: A Visual Bio is… Read more »


Learn Graphic Facilitation [Visual Skills Home Study Kit] Last Chance, Special Ends In 12 Hours …

Five days sure flies eh! So pleased with the response to the LAUNCH SPECIAL of my New Home Study Kit: Fundamentals of Interactive-Visuals. Wonderful to connect with new folks I’ve never met (many lurkers on this list!) and to reconnect with past clients where it’s been a bit since our last connection. DESIGNED FOR PROCESS… Read more »


Learn Graphic Facilitation [BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT] New VISUAL SKILLS Home Study Kit Now Available

Learn Visual Skills for Process Work with Groups and Individuals … At Home And At Your Own Pace Via My New Home Study Kit BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT: New Home Study Version of FUNDAMENTALS OF INTERACTIVE-VISUALS Now Available!!! Launch Special for Next 5 Days: Dec. 11-Dec. 15th Only For New and Seasoned Process Professionals: Consultants,Facilitators, Trainers, Speakers,… Read more »


[Magic Marker Retreats] 2 Spots Left For Fri-Sat Visual Bootcamp … Come :)

We’re down to the last few days before our Advanced Visual Skills Bootcamp this Friday and Saturday … just 2 spots left. Join us for rare, in-person mentoring in the visual way of working … open to all past and present attendees of Fundamentals of Interactive-Visuals (or those with equivalent experience). Surrounded by whiteboards, flips… Read more »


[Magic Marker Retreats] Join us In Misty Victoria on Nov. 7-8

As the fall mists of pretty Victoria, British Columbia softly swirl outside our windows, a small group of dedicated Process Professionals gather to hone craft, confidence and community. Surrounded by whiteboards, flips charts, markers, pastels and various other instruments of our trade we hunker down in service of each person present … helping them get… Read more »


TIPS FOR COLOR USE IN VISUAL PROCESS WORK

I’m right smack in the middle of leading one of my Fundamentals of Interactive-Visuals online courses. My course that teaches fellow Process Professionals the ins and outs of working visually with groups and individuals (i.e. studio work, graphic recording, graphic facilitation and graphic coaching). We’ve attracted another wonderful cohort from across the English speaking world:… Read more »


Mentee Hannah Sanford’s Biz Launch

Hannah’s given me her permission to blog her biz and website launch … which I’ve been coaching her on. She’s been a client for a few years now (starting with SHIFT-IT Online, then progressing into Visual Coach Certification and Magic Marker Retreats). She came pre-loaded with visual skills, given she was already a fine artist… Read more »


Tips for Website Creation and Refresh

One of my clients left her scientific career in the summer, to pursue her passion for Graphic Recording full-time. As such, one of her first strategies upon leaving (after taking a few weeks to decompress, relax and have some fun) was to dive in and work on her identity, brand and refresh her website …… Read more »