Visual facilitation trainings

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Drawing enables us to have a fast, direct and universal language that will expand our possibilities of sharing, analyzing and improving ideas. Through the learning and implementation of the bikablo® technique you will be able to develop a basic visual vocabulary to organize ideas graphically, develop concept maps and models.

It helps you forget the difficulties of drawing and concentrate on representing concepts and ideas and thanks to the effectiveness of its methodology you can use what you have learned immediately.

Based in Cologne, Germany, bikablo® akademie is a pioneer in the development of visual thinking and graphic facilitation has created a methodology with proven results and accessible to everyone.

In the last decade, bikablo® has trained thousands of people around the world and also continues to develop new services and products.

In collaboration with its partner Neuland has developed dictionaries and books, in addition, Neuland is the supplier of markers and materials for the development of visual thinking workshops.


This visual facilitation training is for you if…

you work in an area where communication and collaboration are essential.

Maybe you think that you cannot draw or you are convinced that you know how to draw but still you need to learn to represent your ideas visually, which will allow you to have more resources when communicating and use drawing as a vehicle of expression.

Maybe you are

• Manager // Manager // Team Leader
• Trainer or facilitator
• Educator
• User Experience Expert
• Business analyst
• Agile team leader, delivery manager
• Expert in knowledge management
• Project Manager, Agile Coach, Scrum Master
• Software developer
• Anyone who wants to develop their communication skills and generate participation


What to expect in our visual facilitation training

You will discover how to develop large-format murals and how to build clear structures from small details.

Holding the pen and drawing the line: How do I draw clean lines and structure my space on the flip chart?

Graphics and text containers: How do I create simple arrows and connecting elements from basic geometric shapes in order to present related topics? Which text containers (e.g. speech bubbles) can be used to support which kinds of messages?

Objects and symbols: How do I draw simple symbols to underline messages? What is essential, what can be left out?

Figures: What easy ways does bikablo® provide to draw people, roles, groups and situations?

Color and space: What are simple and fast options to color elements and spaces in a quick and simple way that supports the graphic structure?

Writing: how do I improve my handwriting on the flip chart to make it more legible and attractive?

Posters and settings: How do I combine the ingredients (graphics, writing, symbols, figures, and color) to create to the point visual translations of content and meaningful posters for different purposes (welcome, agenda, instructions, group work)?

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