Nashville on Friday March 9th, 2018
Register before March 1st for discount pricing.
Learn the Basics of Graphic Facilitation
It is our mission to get graphic facilitation skills into the hands of good people doing good work!
In this all-day workshop, we'll cover all the basics of how to use your body effectively to draw large-scale maps and diagrams to capture ideas, lead innovation, and impress the heck out of your PowerPoint-jaded audience.
Skills You Will Learn
- understanding of the graphic facilitation as a practice
- body mechanics for drawing large on vertical surfaces
- drawing basic shapes
- drawing faces and people
- drawing 3D objects
- hand-drawn typography
- the use of icons, symbols, and metaphors
- live scribing to a presentation
- mindmapping and visual models
- rapid prototyping and product rendering
- problem-solving frameworks
- neuroscience of brainstorming
- digital tools for electronic scribing
- skills for virtual coaching
A Blissful Setting
We'll be hosted by our friends at the beautiful Nelson Andrews Leadership Center, located on Percy Priest Lake next to the Joe C. Davis YMCA Camp Widjiwagan. This place was made for people to be creative while soaking up nature. Don’t believe us?
Check it out: www.leadershipcenter.org
More Ways to Learn
Give yourself and your team the basic skills, knowledge, and confidence to create large drawings for group meetings, brainstorming sessions, community gathering, and conferences.
A complete overview and practice with the basic skills of graphic facilitation
High-energy & high-content
Focused skill building delivered via six hour-long self-paced video modules
Build on existing team capabilities and round out skill sets
Foster confidence and ability to engage the broader organization
On-demand guidance and custom development as a innovation professional
Coaching to guide and develop real-time work
Supportive instruction for ongoing capability building
Who should attend?
People who want to help other people understand complex ideas and make better decisions.
Past participants include educators, healthcare workers, business consultants, financial analysts, social entrepreneurs, managers, facilitators, entrepreneurs, software developers, and kids.
PREREQUISITE: A desire and willingness to bring more visual thinking to your learning and working environments
About your instructor
Peter Durand is an artist and educator with 20 years’ experience in illustration, innovation, facilitation, and graphic recording.
The founder of Alphachimp, and leader in the field of graphic facilitation, Peter has supported hundreds of strategy sessions and major conferences such as TEDxNashville, TEDMED, PopTech, Ciudad de las Ideas, and the World Economic Forum. more details >>
Reactions from Past Students
It was truly wonderful to have you in our studio to teach and inspire.
We were remarking afterwards how we were a bit spent — but at the same time creatively energized — at the end of the day.
A tell-tale sign of a fantastic class, I'd say!
So, thank you again for working with us, being so patient, and bringing such great energy across the entire session!
Catherine Sun | Global Design Innovation Director | PepsiCo
Thank you for a great few days! The team walked away excited about using graphic recording/facilitation.
We actually have a couple of team members that will record for a strategy session this week as a result.
We are officially hanging out our shingle!
Lori Emerick | Diversity & Inclusion, Global Director | Nike, Inc.
I had a blast! Loved the continuous action in the class... loved to draw and draw and draw again.
I found that this class helped me confirm a passion of mine to illustrate a concept rather than note it in text. The class validated that graphic notes, graphic facilitation is a valuable methodology for business presentations. I have died a thousand PPT deaths…
Enough!! I’m converted.”
Alane Howerton | Talent Management Consultant | Xcel Energy
Thank you so much for joining us for the Curb Center’s Boot Camp!
What’s really great about your workshop is that it really equips people with the confidence and basic skills.
It enables them to incorporate such fun, engaging, and thought-provoking representations in their business, teaching, brainstorming, and communicating.”
Elizabeth Meadows | Assistant Director | Curb Center for Art, Enterprise, and Public Policy | Vanderbilt University