What can Graphic Recording add to my meeting or event?

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A graphic recording will tell the story of your meeting or event including themes, facts, memorable conversations and key images.

Having a graphic recording created during your meeting or event allows:

  • Facilitators/meeting leaders to:
    • use the graphic recording to summarise progress during the meeting.
    • use the graphic recording to summarise the meeting at the end of the event.
  • Participants to:
    • check their understanding during the meeting and clarify anything they may have missed.
    • use the graphic recording as an aide memoir after the event.
  • People who weren’t able to attend the event to:
    • ‘see’ the meeting as it happened using the graphic recording as a guide.
  • Everyone to:
    • use the graphic recording as a tool to stimulate discussion and debate back in the workplace (and beyond!) after the event.

Click here to find out more about Crackerjack People Development’s graphic recording service.

Published by John Ashton

I work with you and your people to create images that start a conversation in your organisation. If you are an organisation going through change, starting something new or simply wanting to engage people with your idea or story, I can help. Using a combination of people development techniques, visual thinking approaches and graphic facilitation skills, I help organisations and individuals discuss, explore and visualise their thinking – increasing understanding, learning and collaboration in an increasingly complex and fast-changing world. So, if your organisation is going through change, starting something new or simply wanting to engage people with your story, please contact me using the contact details above or visit www.crackerjackvisualthinking.com to find out more.

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