Tag: visual facilitation

Interactive-Visuals eCommunity: Free Drop-In Webinar

At the beginning of this year I created a new Interactive-Visuals e Community for folks who have already taken visual skills training with me. Perhaps you have already joined us in the NING forum that was set up? If so, just ignore this post, as you already know about this new webinar component being added!… Read more »


THE EQUAL VALUE OF THE RIGHT BRAIN

Writing a post on the left and right brain has been brewing within me for a while. More particularly, I’ve been gathering speed for an impassioned holler for equal respect for the right brain as well as the value of integration between BOTH sides of the brain – taking a decidedly HOLISTIC approach. Holistic Process… Read more »


Learn Visual Thinking Skills: Hope and Fears of New Participants

“Excited. Love This Work! Going For It With Conviction Feels Scary! Ready to Take It To The Next Level. Scared Yet I Want to Feel Confident” Those are some of the conflicting phrases expressed by participants as we kicked off the spring online version of Fundamentals of Interactive-Visuals this week (my course that teaches the… Read more »


In Your Words: Emer O’Leary

RIGHT FROM THE BEGINNING I KNEW I WAS IN THE RIGHT PLACE “I can’t describe how grateful I am that I invested in Christina’s Fundamentals of Interactive-Visuals. What an amazing course. Right from the beginning I just knew I was in the right place. Even though I had been doing Graphic Facilitation and Graphic Recording… Read more »


A Note from Christina

It’s a fascinating time of catalytic change. My regular drumbeat of classes is proceeding this season plus all sorts of new stirrings are going on inside of me, literally hammering to get out (ouch). The SHIFT-IT Online cohort is up and running. All introduced to each other and to the SHIFT-IT Visual Coaching System® …… Read more »


[Attention Visual Thinkers] Online Graphic Facilitation Training Starts Monday

Graphic Facilitation Training

Get your marker groove on! This professional, comprehensive online training thoroughly covers all four ways of working visually: Studio Work, Graphic Recording, Graphic Facilitation and Graphic Coaching. FUNDAMENTALS OF INTERACTIVE VISUALS Online: February 23 – April 29, 2015 Twice Weekly Webinars: Fully Recorded The WHYs: Working visually is a powerful method to clearly engage your… Read more »


Learn Graphic Facilitation, Graphic Recording & Other Visual Methods To Work Effectively With Groups & Individuals

Have you recently fallen in love with Graphic Facilitation or Graphic Recording … or, has it been a while and you are finally ready to give it a go? Do you use Graphic Facilitators and/or Graphic Recorders in your meetings? Or want to do this role yourself? Did you know these effective visual methods also… Read more »


ARE YOU FOOLISH TO WANT TO USE INNOVATIVE METHODS?

Audio Version: Click Player to Stream or Right Click on Link to Download. For full Audio Library of Past Messages, Click Here Every week I do Exploratory Calls with people from various places that contact me because they are attracted to things I do and teach. This week I found myself repeating several statements to… Read more »


Magic Marker Retreats: March is Cancelled and June 8-9 is Go

As 2015 starts to show her energy, I’m adapting my schedule and making a change to the Magic Marker Retreats. The Magic Marker Retreats are one of the ways I further connect, support and guide my visual skills clients (or other people with equivalent experience). They are the next step after my base visual skills… Read more »


Learn Graphic Facilitation [Fundamentals of Interactive-Visuals, Online] Last Day for Early Bird

Hey, hey last day to save five hundred smackaroos! Add the power of working visually to your own process toolkit! These skills are also referred to as Graphic Facilitation, Visual Facilitation, Graphic Recording, Scribing, etc. Join fellow consultants, facilitators, trainers, coaches, speakers, therapists, managers and other Process Professionals from around the globe in this leading-edge… Read more »