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Leading Organizational & Community Change

Leading Organizational & Community Change (LOCC) is an academic program available through Humboldt State University’s College of eLearning & Extended Education. Participants can take the courses individually to develop professional skills around collaborative decision-making processes; or may complete the five core courses to achieve a Leading Organizational & Community Change certificate. To learn more about the courses and certificate program, check out the excerpt below or go directly to LOCC’s site here. From the site… The Program Become a notably effective and engaging organizational leader, public […] (continue)

Creative Acts as Democratic Work (Connections 2015)

The four-page article, “Creative Acts as Democratic Work” by Paloma Dallas and Melinda Gilmore was published Fall 2015 in Kettering Foundation‘s annual newsletter, Connections 2015 – Our History: Journeys in KF Research. In this article, Dallas and Gilmore explore the role of art in civic engagement and community problem solving, in response to David Mathew’s query, “If the public has to do more than observe – if it has to be a citizenry-at-work – then the question is, how does art affect people doing the work of citizens?” […] (continue)

ConverSketch: Graphic Recording and Facilitation

ConverSketch provides high quality multi-media explainer videos for businesses and organizations to succinctly share their story or a product. These popular videos use hand-drawn illustrations and narrative to connect you with the right audience and encourage them to learn more about your story. Using graphic recording helps the group synthesize information, facilitates collaboration, creative thinking, sustained motivation for action, and brings energy to the group. Complex systems are visualized and the conversation is organized so that the group can free their minds from keeping track of […] (continue)

Anne M Jess -The Doodle Biz, Graphic Recorder

Anne M. Jess is a graphic recorder based in Seattle. She has been practicing the art of Graphic Recording since 2006. During that time, she received her MA in Organizational Design and Renewal from Seattle University, has run workshops for the American Society of Trainers and Developers, and has created beautiful records of meetings and vision gatherings for groups such as the Seattle School District, the Hanford Challenge, Senior Services of Seattle, and others.  Here is Ann’s description of her work: Have you ever sat through […] (continue)

Patricia Kambitsch, Visual Practitioner

Patricia Kambitsch is a visual practitioner based in Toronto. Patricia does graphic recording and graphic facilitation work, which she shares via her website www.playthink.com.  Here is Patricia’s description of her work: I sketch words, capture themes, and draw images to represent the essential story in a conversation as it happens. The result takes on the form of a big picture that invites participation, clarifies intentions and inspires future actions. Using markers on large scrolls of paper posted on the wall, or by sketching in my […] (continue)

Susanne Hoogwater, Visual Facilitator

Susanne Hoogwater is a visual facilitator, mediator, lawyer and artist based in Denver, Colorado.  She speaks English and Dutch, and is happy to travel throughout the U.S. and abroad.  Her company’s website is www.peacemapping.com. She does visual consulting, graphic recording and visual mediation for the Conflict Resolution community, for mediators, for dialogue hosts, and restorative justice practitioners. (continue)

Swim-ly Graphic Recording

“See What I Mean” Swim-ly, LLC is a visual thinking company founded by Anna Ulanova (formerly Anna Russell) that specializes in graphic recording of both live corporate and community events as well as pre-scripted content. We pride ourselves on delivering aesthetically appealing visuals that paint the picture well and the highest quality digital reproduction of paper based charts, which makes them extremely clear and readable in online applications. Anna can be contacted at anna@swim-ly.com or 206-451-7037. Resource Link: www.swim-ly.com (continue)

Abbey Park Art & Graphic Facilitation

Paul is a Graphic Facilitator, visually capturing live the key learning messages and delegate experiences at conferences, training events and management retreats. This he has done with Barclaycard, Barclays, RBS, General Motors, Bayer, SAAB, BP, Shell, T-Mobile, NPL, GKN, Pappa John’s Pizza, The Northern Housing Association, PZ Cussons and Vinci plc amongst others including local education staff training Inset days. Work has taken him to Indonesia, Thailand, The Middle East, Canada, USA, Australia, Ireland and mainland Europe. Paul has illustrated children’s books, sports books and […] (continue)

Karina Mullen, Graphic Recorder and Facilitation

Karina Mullen is a visual facilitator and graphic recorder based in Fort Collins, Colorado. “Visual facilitation” is a method of visual note-taking; simply put, Karina listens to your group talk and captures key ideas from the conversation/meeting/presentation/etc. She uses hand-drawn images and text to make a large map of your ideas in real-time. Using graphic recording helps the group synthesize information, facilitates collaboration, creative thinking, and brings energy to the group. Complex systems are visualized and the conversation is organized so that you can free […] (continue)

Rebecca Lazenby, Graphic Facilitator

Rebecca Lazenby is a freelance visual practitioner and graphic recorder. At events, meetings, and conferences she captures conversations using words and images that reflect and record ideas. Rebecca links, reflects and communicates ideas using words and pictures – her work with groups generates a visual language that anchors activities and she help clients to structure ideas and information and create dynamic communications materials. She tries to tell a story of the day with her images and has worked at many community engagement events where graphic recording […] (continue)