A thought for Monday morning – ‘Don’t make a To-Do LIST, make a To-Do DOODLE’…

Why not start your working week by ditching the ‘To-Do List’ and unleashing your creative side by drawing a ‘To-Do Doodle‘ on a blank piece of A4 (or bigger) paper. You will find that using this approach can help you see things differently, generate new ideas and identify linkages between different tasks that would not haveContinue reading “A thought for Monday morning – ‘Don’t make a To-Do LIST, make a To-Do DOODLE’…”

Ever not been able to get your idea across to someone?

Have you ever been trying to explain an idea to someone and not been able to get your concept across to them? Have you then grabbed a piece of paper and drawn a quick picture to help them understand your thinking? If so, you’ve already used a visual thinking technique! Now think about how thisContinue reading “Ever not been able to get your idea across to someone?”

Graphic Recording can help engage people after your meeting or event…

In my experience, a graphic recording always creates interest and discussion when created in real-time during an event. However, in many ways the real power of graphic recording is in its ability to stimulate discussion back in the workplace after the event. Sharing a visual record of your meeting allows everyone to clearly and easily ‘see’Continue reading “Graphic Recording can help engage people after your meeting or event…”

How can Visual Thinking help your organisation?

Someone asked me the other day how Visual Thinking can really help organisations? Here are three ways in which I think Visual Thinking and a visual approach to sharing information can benefit a business: Communicating your thinking to colleagues quickly and effectively. Supporting ‘pitches’ and tenders for work by helping potential clients ‘see’ your thoughtsContinue reading “How can Visual Thinking help your organisation?”