Drawing visual storytelling cartoons with bikablo® emotions Tell a visual story in 90 minutes. Simple cartoons are perfect to transport emotions and situations in a team setting, to explain methods, to tell a success story or a customer journey. The visual dictionary (we like to think of a bikablorary) “bikablo®-emotions” will guide us through this
April 11, 2017
You fly solo. You are your company front, middle and back office. You are your business!   But… do you know if your business is creating value? And do you know if your business is adapting to this changing world? It is time to revise how you earn your livelihood! It is time to revise
We are tellers, catchers, and jugglers of stories. How do we hear what’s coming at us and capture it in a vivid way, while also creating a big picture with a through-line? What about weaving sub-plots into big narrative arcs? How do we infuse our visual and verbal stories with whole-body sensibility to make stories
Whiteboard animation, sketch video, videoscribe: whatever you call it, there’s no denying that this style of video is effective at making complex, dry information more engaging. And you’ve probably been asked at some point: “Can you make them?”   It may seem like a different skillset, but they don’t care—it’s all just sketching, right?  
What emotions wash over you as you hear the word “story”? Where does your mind meander at the mention of storytelling? Which memories are stirred by your storycatching experiences? In this session, we will co-create a receptive listening/speaking space so that we can reconnect with the art of storytelling, engage in story practice, and share
You’ve seen the books, now get a chance to learn from the bikablo® team. In this workshop you will get insight into the bikablo® visualization technique, which thousands of people apply on flipcharts and pin boards for better trainings, meetings, coaching and projects. You will explore: • Marker and stroke: basic toolsets for your flipchart
The world today is rife with conflict. Hateful rhetoric and divisive policies have created fertile ground for major social unrest in many countries. Those who have a desire to work for social justice have begun to harness art, poetry and visual representation as powerful tools that can support social change. The workshop “Graphic Facilitation In
Visuals increase engagement, comprehension and the recall of information. As a visual practitioner you can help your clients find these gems in their meetings by working visuals and graphics into a facilitation practice.   Participants will have opportunities to: ..Learn about the four pillars of facilitation. ..Advance beyond using sticky notes and stick people to
David Sibbet and Gisela Wendling, Ph.D, have been combining visual facilitation and dialogic OD practices in a comprehensive approach to designing & leading change. They will share their new Respectful Engagement Consulting Framework and Seven Challenges of Change model, with an orientation to how visual practitioners can provide full value across the change consulting spectrum.
Learn to create a better visual metaphor. Find your personal resource of creativity and tap into it to build visual metaphors that enhance content, tell a story, and animate your board. Here’s Lucinda to share more information about her session. Watch Learn more about Lucinda.