Is Visual Thinking all about pictures? #visualthinking #communication #engagement #e4s

I often get asked “Is visual thinking is exclusively about the use of pictures?” and “Can I not use words in my pictures”? My answer is that visual thinking can be just about the way you position words in relation to each other. For example, the following template is used to help people share theirContinue reading “Is Visual Thinking all about pictures? #visualthinking #communication #engagement #e4s”

‘Picture’ your organisational story to engage your people… #visualthinking #engagement #storytelling #e4s

Telling a clear story can be the key helping your people engage with your organisations vision and purpose. Being able to ‘see’ the story as a picture can further enhance their understanding, helping them both see the ‘big picture’ and well as better understand where their role fits into what can sometimes be large and complex organisations.Continue reading “‘Picture’ your organisational story to engage your people… #visualthinking #engagement #storytelling #e4s”

Engage for Success Radio: Crackerjack discusses the links between #visualthinking and employee engagement #e4s #engagement #communication

Earlier this week I had the pleasure of discussing the links between visual thinking and employee engagement on the Engage for Success Radio Show. As a supporter of the Engage for Success movement, it was great to share thinking on how using visual thinking tools and techniques in an organisation can help people have better conversationsContinue reading “Engage for Success Radio: Crackerjack discusses the links between #visualthinking and employee engagement #e4s #engagement #communication”

It’s not just about the picture! #visualthinking #engagement #communication #e4s

When people commission visual thinking projects (e.g. creating graphic recording, rich pictures, organisational storyboards, animations etc…), it can be very easy for them to focus first on the content, size, shape, style, layout and colours of the visual being produced. However, often people forget to really think about how the visual is going to drive meaningful conversations inContinue reading “It’s not just about the picture! #visualthinking #engagement #communication #e4s”

Use the power of the doodle to engage your people! #e4s #engagement #communication

This week, why not ask people in your organisation to spend 5 minutes creating a quick doodle of what they think the purpose of your organisation is. Display the completed doodles (either virtually on your intranet or on a wall in your workplace) and encourage people to have a look at them. Then start listening out forContinue reading “Use the power of the doodle to engage your people! #e4s #engagement #communication”