Graphic recorders bring a whole lot of value to a wide range of events – especially right now while we’re meeting remotely. We help make meaning, we create another layer of understanding – and what we do looks good – which makes YOU look good!
The most common people booking me at the moment seem to fall into one of these groups.
More and more, facilitators are partnering with a graphic recorder when running workshops and strategy sessions. It makes so much sense. While a facilitator is focusing on the group, I’m listening to every little thing they say. It frees up the facilitator to concentrate on what’s really happening – the non verbals, the vibe. And while they call it out – I’m capturing it. While they connect ideas and circle back to emerging themes – I’m capturing it.
A graphic recorder can help bring webinars and workshops to life by capturing the content as a specialist takes a deep dive. Since working virtually I’ve captured webinars on everything from culture change to literacy, from developing strategy as a board to developing a business plan as a small biz. Virtual webinars can become a little bit blah… especially after more than a year of them! The great thing about having a graphic recorder capture a webinar is you’ve got a beautiful reminder of the key takeaways to share with your audience after the session – and some great collateral to share across social media to promote your next event!
Rarely will you see a conference run these days without a graphic recorder at the event capturing all of the speakers and panels. It’s a great way to increase engagement and help those attending retain all of the content they’ve witnessed while they’re there. A lot of conferences have moved online in the past year – and there’s even more value having a graphic recorder in the sessions virtually as part of the event.