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How to Conduct a Mini Personal Planning Retreat ... - SHIFT-IT Coach

How to Conduct a Mini Personal Planning Retreat ... - SHIFT-IT Coach | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
Whether you've been doing personal visioning and planning work for a while, or are new to it, we can all benefit from doing a Mini SHIFT-IT Retreat every once in a while: checking in on how our life is going and what ...
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Its that time of year again........ Christina Merkley has created a free resource which includes 4 visual maps to review the  year and vision ahead for the next.  See all her  other resources at

http://tinyurl.com/christinamerkelytraining

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Whether you use the SHIFT-IT methodology or another such as The Grove's PERSONAL COMPASS, now is an excellent time to look back and look forward, sketching out your goals, and committing to a few New Years Resolutions. Wishing all a prosperous 2014. Map it and then make it so.  JL

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Visme vs. Google Slides: What’s the Difference?

Visme vs. Google Slides: What’s the Difference? | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
A visual comparison of these two online presentation tools, both PowerPoint alternatives that allow users to create and edit presentations with other team

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A nice detailed comparison of Visme and Google Slides.

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The 3 Levels of Narrative: Co-Created Stories

The 3 Levels of Narrative: Co-Created Stories | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
We use stories in many ways: to share our thinking, to shape new thinking, to build consensus, to explore new ideas, to establish commonality of value and purpose. Stories written within our commun...

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Visual coaching is a powerful way to unpack and record both old stories and new stories. Clients get amazing insights from seeing these stories ;documented in amixture of pitcures and text.
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11 ways to use Graphic Recording images afterwards

11 ways to use Graphic Recording images afterwards | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
Ask any graphic facilitator, and they’ve probably been asked these questions: Do you do weddings, Do you have the best job ever, (yup) and what can we do with the images afterwards?
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Graphic facilitator Sam Bradd discusses his role as a graphic facilitator and the visual language | Engage Visually

Graphic facilitator Sam Bradd discusses his role as a graphic facilitator and the visual language | Engage Visually | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
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Five Principles for Building Corporate Innovation Ecosystems

Five Principles for Building Corporate Innovation Ecosystems - The Corporate Startup - Medium
It is undeniable that the world around us is changing. Technology and software have transformed large parts of business; and continues to…

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Your Clean Language Questions Answered - Judy Rees

Your Clean Language Questions Answered - Judy Rees | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
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A really useful reference for understanding what clean language is about. Well worth downloading.
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Three powerful ways to use the Persona Canvas

Three powerful ways to use the Persona Canvas | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
If you have ever worked with design or designers, chances are that you have seen multiple varieties of persona’s being used to get a grip on who a customer or user is. We think there is somet…
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Liminal thinking The pyramid of belief

What is belief? How do we know what we know? Why do we disagree about things that seem obvious? Learn more at http://liminalthinking.com
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It’s Time to Draw: Visual Thinking, Sketch Notes, and the Trick to Becoming Visually Literate

It’s Time to Draw: Visual Thinking, Sketch Notes, and the Trick to Becoming Visually Literate | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
Download your own copy of XPLANE’s Visual Thinking Sketch Notes eBook.
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33 people, 22 venues, 4 hours, 3 platforms: 1 brilliant remote meeting

33 people, 22 venues, 4 hours, 3 platforms: 1 brilliant remote meeting | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
Last week, my colleague Malgosia Kostecka and I co-facilitated a challenging four-hour remote meeting of 33 attendees in 22 locations involving complex work: developing a mission statement and th
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Inspirational story if you're working virtually with dispersed teams. Useful references to supporting technology and tools.
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Rapid VIZ-- What Is A Tool For Avoiding Mistakes And Making More Accurate Drawings?

Another video in a series on rapid visualization. Rapid Vizuals are short, hand-drawn visualizations that convey a process, concept, principle or paradigm
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Draw Your Big Idea: A Day In The Life

Draw Your Big Idea: A Day In The Life | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
Every business should be focused on their customers, but how do you act on becoming truly customer centric?
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Unlock your visual thinking skills - Sketchnoting 101

Unlock your visual thinking skills - Sketchnoting 101 | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
Eventbrite - On the Right Mind and Reshape Innovation presents Unlock your visual thinking skills - Sketchnoting 101 - Thursday, June 30, 2016 at Coworkrs, New York, NY. Find event and ticket information.
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Tweet from @EngageVisually

Tweet from @EngageVisually | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
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Tweet from @EngageVisually

Tweet from @EngageVisually | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
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Elegant visual summary of a very challenging report into the construct of mental illness. Highly recommend www.engagevisually.co.uk
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Customer Journey Maps - Walking a Mile in Your Customer’s Shoes

Customer Journey Maps - Walking a Mile in Your Customer’s Shoes | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
Perhaps the biggest buzzword in customer relationship management is “engagement”. Engagement is a funny thing, in that it is not measured in likes, clicks, or even purchases. It’s a measure of how much a customer feels that they are in a relationship with a product, business or brand. It focuses on harmony and how your business, product or brand becomes part of a customer’s life. One of the best tools for examining engagement is the customer journey map.As the Cherokee tribe used to say
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As a coach have you visually mapped your "client's journey"?
Or helped them visually map their client's journey ?
Some great links in this article.
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Change Happens. How To Foster A Team That Not Only Survives, But Thrives.

Change Happens. How To Foster A Team That Not Only Survives, But Thrives. | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it

The word “resilience” is popular right now. We’ve worn out “sustainability” and we want to build a business culture that helps our organization stay on the cutting edge. But how many of us think about what resilience really means? Here’s a definition for you:

Resilience: the capacity of a system to absorb disturbance and re-organize while undergoing change so as to still retain essentially the same function, structure, identity, and feedbacks.
 
So, a resilient team can deal with the inevitable and ever-more-frequent changes we experience in life, and get back on track. But is simply getting back to where you were before what you want? Does this sound like an organization that is cutting edge? Isn’t there something more?!

I’m so glad you asked. There’s a brilliant guy named Nassim Nicholas Talib that wrote a little book called Antifragile. Now stay with me here, I see your eyes glazing over at some jargon-y, made-up business word. I promise you this one is worth thinking on. Antifragile is one of those books that is so packed with ideas that make my mind stretch, that I have to take a moment to process each paragraph I read. It’s awesome.

Talib describes the essence of antifragile as the following:

Some things benefit from shocks; they thrive and grow when exposed to volatility, randomness, disorder, and stressors and love adventure, risk, and uncertainty. Yet, in spite of the ubiquity of the phenomenon, there is no word for the exact opposite of fragile. Let us call it antifragile.
Antifragility is beyond resilience or robustness. The resilient resists
shocks and stays the same; the antifragile gets better (pp. 433-435).

See what I mean? That is an INCREDIBLY POWERFUL idea. Change hits, and instead of somehow making it back to the way things were before, your team actually improves? Yes, please.

So how can you create a culture of antifragility?

It takes intentional work. Central to building a high-functioning team is good communication. Regular, transparent and open communication nurtures trust, and creates a positive feedback loop of good communication.

Feeling like you’re in a communication rut with your team? Three words for you: Draw. It. Out.

Using drawings, especially simple ones, is a phenomenally useful and fun tool to build a culture of great communication and antifragility. Doodling complex ideas helps you clarify what’s most important and simplify the ideas to more easily explain to others. Inviting other team members to collaborate with you and share what they’re seeing opens eyes to new perspectives, new connections, and create a sense of shared ownership of ideas, which leads to a higher likelihood of action. Even if it looks messy, it’s about the process. It’s about sharing ideas and working together. Then being able to refine and share your story so that when sh*t gets real, everyone knows what the vision is, and feels the confidence to
move toward antifragility.

Partnering with a graphic recorder can help you take a step back, think critically about the situation, and give your notes an extra pop of drawing expertise. Or, if you're itching to take the reins (ahem, markers) yourself, getting personalized training from a visual creativity coach can help you take your ideas to the next level. 

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What do you think about antifragile? Come on over to the blog and share in the comments so others can benefit from your wisdom. 

If you liked this tip, please sign up for my emails and if you'd like, I'd be so grateful if you shared it with your friends!

Once again, thank you from my heart and soul for your support, great senses of humor, brilliant minds, collaboration and what you're each doing to make
the world a better place.

 
Cheers, Karina


You don’t have to be an artist to draw out your ideas, but it’s pretty fun to work with one. If you’d like to bring me on for your next event or work with me one-on-one to improve your skills to draw out ideas, let me know by clicking that nice button down there.

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Next week I'm headed to Salt Lake City to help them create a visual
summary map of what they've been hearing in 1 1/2 years of outreach around ending homelessness in SLC. This drawing is something they can use to help the group is build on what the City has heard from the community, rather than repeating what they know already.

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Clean Approaches for Coaches - Online Training | Clean Learning

Clean Approaches for Coaches - Online Training | Clean Learning | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
We use Clean Language to inspire capability in groups and individuals - and we can teach you to do this too.
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Leadership in 1 page

Leadership in 1 page | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
One of my recurring frustrations with books on leadership is that leaders are often made out to be superhuman. You have to be able to do this and that and then that as a leader. I think the issue with
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The Benefits of Handwriting vs. Typing [Infographic]

The Benefits of Handwriting vs. Typing [Infographic] | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
Did you know memory recall & critical thinking are benefits of handwriting? Read about handwriting vs. typing in this article & infographic from Pens.com!
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Huba’s Integrated Theory of Mind Modeling (Mind Mapping): HITMM 2016

Huba’s Integrated Theory of Mind Modeling (Mind Mapping): HITMM 2016 | Graphic Coaching | Scoop.it
Huba’s Integrative Theory of Mind Modeling (Mind Mapping) is comprised of a number of posts in this blog.

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taking mind mapping to a new level
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Getting into the Head of the Graphic Recorder - Austin TX2015

Sara Heppner- Waldston, moderator; Sophia Liang, Tim Hamons, Donatella Pastorino and Renatta Algalarrondo, Kelvy Bird Have you ever wondered if there is
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Watch 4 graphic recorders  record the same Ted Talk simultaneously. Key message: There isn't one right way to do it!
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