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Decision Rooms: Making Choices in a Big-Picture Context, by David Sibbet
Why Do Visuals Work with Teams?, by David Sibbet
Chart Critique, by Rachel Smith
TEDx Talk: “Drawing in Class”, by Rachel Smith
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David Sibbet discusses visual facilitation and his recently published VISUAL LEADERS: New Tools for Visioning, Management, & Organization Change, the third book in Sibbet's three-part Visual Leadership series.
Sibbet: "I wrote this book for leaders and managers who want to raise their own and their organization's visual IQ. Organizations and teams are increasingly working visually. Facilitative visual practices are cutting-edge for team-building, strategy formation, and implementation."
The Grove has worked with Family, Schools and Community Partnerships (FSCP), the largest department within Oakland Unified School District, to envision the department’s journey over the next five years and think about possible concrete steps to strengthen its work.
Recently The Grove's Rachel Smith graphically supported an online event that addressed the complexities of higher education in a digital age. The event was hosted by EDUCAUSE, a networking and resource hub for IT professionals working in higher education.
Record key portions of a group conversation on a flip chart using the basic graphic recording methods described. You may wish to note action items, add names of owners to a list of delegated projects, outline a simple agenda for a staff meeting, or summarize decisions and next steps.
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