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bikablo global trainer interview – 4th episode

The fourth episode of an interview series amongst the global bikablo trainers. In this episode we have Elena Urizar, Donatella Pastorino,...

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bikablo global trainer interview – 3rd episode

The third episode of an interview series amongst the global bikablo trainers. In this episode we have Xiaoli He, Jaya Machet,...

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“In 48 hours I went from I cannot draw to actually – I can” Sylvain Mahe

An Interview with Sylvain Mahe, Enterprise Agile Coach at Palo IT. Singapore.Sylvain was very happy to talk to All Lined Up...

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bikablo global trainer interview – 2nd episode

The second episode of an interview series amongst the global bikablo trainers. In this episode we have Jill Greenbaum, Alexandra Oporto...

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bikablo global trainer interview

bikablo interview series: How do you use visual facilitation in your day-to-day-job? bikablo global trainers met in a video conference to share their experiences.

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Sharing my passion for bikablo in India!

bikablo trainer Jill Greenbaum was invited to India to promote the spirit of visual thinking on two conferences. Learn how she connected the dots in Bangalore and Delhi.

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Visual Feedback – A Second Channel of Communication

If there is a lack of mutual understanding, visualization opens a second channel of communication, and immediately, people begin to better understand each other’s point of view.

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Sketchnoting in Dialogue Part 2: Business Thought Sketches in Three Steps

Anyone can, by visualizing business processes, enable solutions to complex problems to be developed – by Sketchnoting Dialogues! Three steps can aid you in doing this.

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A visual whirlwind tour through Asia

Our head of global training Frank went half around the world to train advanced visualization skills with our partners in Singapore and China. In the bikabloBLOG, he shares his impressions.

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Sketchnoting in Dialogue, Part 1: Using Sketchnotes to Cut Through Complexity

“thought sketching” helps you to analyze everyday problems, arrive at informed opinions, and gain clarity about the situation at hand: How thinking with the pen helped us to decide about proper office rooms.

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From Visual Vocabulary to the Key Visual: Playfully Combining Pictograms

By combining different elements of visual vocabulary, you can develop your own visual language. If you take a playful approach to this, you will often come up with unusual visual translations of the topic under discussion.

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Welcome to the family: new skills and faces in the global trainer team

bikablo welcomes new members to the global family, and proficient trainers upgraded their portfolio with the bikablo advanced agenda.

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