Graphic facilitation – drawing out a challenge, situation or process on a whiteboard with simple shapes – is a powerful tool to help teams get things done. Here are 20 powerful business uses of it.
If you want to create visuals that communicate clearly, then you must use elements such as lines, shapes and colors consistently, warns graphic facilitator Brandy Agerbeck. While she is talking about an important principle of graphic facilitation – recording the important points of a meeting on large sheets of paper with colored markers – the same principle applies to mind maps.
One of the opportunities you may be faced with as a mind mapper is to serve as the facilitator or idea recorder for small group brainstorming sessions in your organization. Here are some tips on how to do it well.