Graphic facilitation does not require you to be an artist but you do have to be very good at listening. Participants are quick to decide whether they can see you listening by what you record.
Sometimes we use lots of words but images are better because they usually have more memory hooks or cues. Simple images work best. Templates, colour, lettering and images all contribute to creating meaningful translations.
We provide training and support for developing graphic facilitation skills – contact us to find out about courses and options for training.