Graphic Recording and Facilitation (VR&F) looks a little like this in action… The presenter can facillitate and record at the same time or you can have two people – a Graphic Recorder and a Meeting Facilitator. The techniques include planning agendas, creating materials, facilitating group discussions, conducting activities to create something in groups, and recording what is being said using visual notes on large boards.
One of my favorite skills acquired while working at Design Concepts is Graphic Recording and Facilitation.
I learned how to use David Sibbet’s Visual Meetings techniques several years ago at a training workshop by the Grove Consultants and have found it invaluable in every meeting. The theory is to document and facilitate the meeting using markers on a large board so everyone participating can have a shared understanding of what is discussed as well as a visual artifact after the meeting is over.
Graphic Recording and Facilitation are not artistic skills. EVERYONE can record visually!
Graphic Recording and Facilitation (VR&F) are not artistic skills. EVERYONE can record visually! Recording on a large board in front of a room full of people is what takes some training and practice.
In an attempt to use more images than words to describe the Visual Facilitation and Recording process, please open the gallery below to see a series of sketches that describe the visual process…VISUALLY!
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