Introduction to Graphic Facilitation

Feb 27, 2019 at 9:30 AM
Introduction to Graphic Facilitation

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Guest speaker

Shari Furniss, Director of Learning and Development, Health Quality Council

Session description

The ability to create more engaging, shareable and memorable content is at your fingertips! All you need to get started is a marker and paper. Welcome to the world of graphic facilitation – a way of making your ideas pop off the page.

Graphic facilitation is not an art class. It’s about using visual methods to enrich communication and understanding.  Visuals can help make our content “stick”, grab people’s attention, and increase its spread.  (Fun fact: Add an image and you can enjoy 40x more shares on social media.) With some helpful hints and a bit of practice, anyone can do it. (Yes, anyone!)

In this session, we’ll cover some basic techniques to get you started. Bring a marker and paper – this session will be very hands-on!

Image credit: Imagethink.net


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