Visual Thinking IN & OUT(side) Your Project
Lorraine Loury, Founder/Consultant in Change management, Communications & Visual Thinking/Sketchnoting, Collective Pulse · Freelance
Come discover the multiple powers of Visual Thinking both IN and OUTside your project. Whether you are working with your project team or stakeholders, you can take advantage of Visual Thinking in multiple ways to make your project understandable, digestible, memorable, and get people on board.
- During this session you will learn about a series of concrete ways to use the powers of Visual Thinking inside and outside your project.
- You will get into practicing Visual Thinking 101 and leave the workshop with a first overview and tangible techniques to test right away.
You can claim 1.0 PDU for this Lunch and Learn. Lunch and Learn topics align with any/all of the PMI Talent Triangle® components (Business Acumen, Power Skills, Ways of Working)
Lorraine is a consultant in Change management and communications with 20 years of experience in complex and challenging environments. Her daily focus is about onboarding employees to turn them into agents of change; engaging, developing cooperation, facilitating group discussions and co-designed decisions. She gives people the floor to make change happen and supports her clients in driving their transformation projects with their people.
Lorraine is also a sketchnoting and visual thinking addict. She uses the powers of Visual thinking in multiple change management situations. She turns anything she reads or hears into a visual recap. She will capture the essence of any complex topic, vision, meeting, conference… and translate it into a visual wrap-up to make it understandable and memorable.
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