People are not furniture
One of my big themes is to design a space for different people in such a way that they can become a homogeneous group that gets into a common flow. And by that I don’t mean how the furniture is placed in the room, but preparation, agenda setting and process facilitation.
For example, a big question in training is: How do we make the step from the very heterogeneous basic visual knowledge of the different participants into our advanced curriculum? With the “advanced” training, my training colleague Desirée van Dijk and I have created a format that covers exactly that: Repetition of the “basics” and simultaneous practice to be able to handle them freely and gain confidence.
A second project that revolves around my theme of “guiding groups into collaborative flow through preparation, agenda setting and process facilitation” is the online format “Presence meets Online.”
Since Corona it has been a big topic how we get to joyful, effective and efficient collaboration in the virtual space. There are many stumbling blocks there that can be avoided to create valuable learning spaces instead. Since 2020, we have been able to work out many visual and procedural factors of success that we would like to share with you – synchronous, asynchronous, digital and hybrid.
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A strategy image workshop spontaneously switched to online by bikablo bildwerk enabled surprising insights: Here are the five most important takeaways on virtual collaboration.
In this short tutorial, we will show you how to “bicabloize” your own image motifs – i.e. reduce them to their essentials – using the bikablo technique for visualization.
Presence meets Online takes you as a trainer, coach, expert, consultant, visualizer and facilitator on a journey through digital and analog dialog worlds and helps you to make the right decisions.