Are you a trainer, facilitator, manager, consultant, or just anyone willing to challenge the old-fashioned processes? We’re set to make a change.
Strategic planning requires effective communication and clear thinking. You must gather and analyze data and go through complex steps towards developing appropriate strategies. The best way to facilitate such a complex process is by thinking and communicating visually.
In this webinar we will build a common understanding on what strategic planning means, what the process steps are and how key concepts, tools and steps can be conveyed in empowering visuals.
WHY THIS WEBINAR
We all struggle sometimes to find our way through complex processes. Visuals can help us do just that! Let’s explore how to harness the power of visuals to bring more clarity, engagement and sparkle in our strategic thinking.
Scholars at Stanford University have found that depicting concepts and relationships visually often reveals that vital information that has been overlooked or inadequately correlated. Visuals enable diverse groups to reach consensus about issues far faster than textual and auditory communication alone.
WHAT YOU GAIN
At the end of this webinar you will be able to design and implement intuitive and engaging planning processes.
WHAT’S IT GONNA BE LIKE
We go into what strategic planning is and when we do it. We’ll check the steps and tools that are traditionally used in this process. We will explore the mobile app features and exercise simple drawing techniques to create a basic visual vocabulary. And we’ll select 2-3 steps and tools from the strategic planning process and build visual templates together.
WHAT YOU’LL NEED
- A graphical tablet (iPad or Android) and a stylus that works well.
- The Adobe Sketch free app
- A second screen to visualize to watch the guiding
(link for access will be given upon registration)
DATE & TIME
June 17 | 16:00 – 17:30
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