Christina Merkley, MA
Using The Power Of Visual Thinking To Move Forward
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Do You Have Some Important Thinking Coming Up That You Need To Do In A Group?

  • Does your group need to do some good thinking together?
  • Do you need to get everyone literally ‘on the same page’?
  • Tired of boring and unproductive meetings that don’t make the most of your precious time?

If so, i invite you to check out graphic facilitation for your next group meeting! it’s a novel and effective method for literally drawing the best thinking out of a group … harnessing the power of visuals to help people better understand one another, and make decisions from that clearer perspective.

graph'ic
a. (-cally) (date:1637)
of drawing, painting, etching, &c.;vividly descriptive; of writing; of symbolic curves &c.

facil`itâte
v.t. (-itable) (date:1619)
, make easy, promote, (action, result) facil’ita/tion, facil’itator, nn. facil’it? n., absence of difficulty; fluency, dexterity; (usu.pl.) opportunity (for).

GRAPHIC FACILITATION COULD BE JUST WHAT YOU NEED!

As a graphic facilitator, I help you get the most out of your important thinking sessions. I help you to literally draw out your best thinking, so you and others can see what you truly mean. This way of working can dramatically increase the efficiency and productivity of your time. Clarity and focus increase, as does participation and collaboration. You make better, more informed decisions – drawing on the collective wisdom of your people.

You have the answers within – let me draw them out of you!

Research has shown that visual language used in meetings shortens meeting time by 24%. Visual language aids the decision making process, 64% of participants made decisions after seeing visual displays.
Milly Sonneman, Early Practitioner, Hands-on-Graphics

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