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Designing Visual Templates for Facilitators
January 6 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm EST
A visual template works like a silent facilitator. It includes prompts, instructions and empty space for participants to fill with their knowledge, ideas and insights. It’s basically a worksheet that is worked on with a group. They can be on flipcharts for in-person meetings and in slides or a shared workspace tool like MURAL for online training or meetings.
There are plenty of visual templates already out there and available for you to use, but it’s a good idea to have some basic design skills so, when needed, you can create your own.
Join us for this LTEN webinar as we help you get started. We’ll share best practices and design principles that can be applied to the tools like MURAL. During this 60-minute session, we will take you through basic steps for designing your own visual templates.
Register today for this free, LTEN webinar. (Not an LTEN member? Join today and realize the value.)Register
Dancing with Markers
As a certified virtual facilitator, certified coach, experienced visual note-taker and effective leadership development trainer, Lauren Green believes in the power of visualization to support productive and dynamic group processes and knowledge management. Lauren has an extensive toolkit of modalities for designing inclusive, engaging and productive sessions, whether they are held in person, online or in a hybrid/blended format.
Lauren is the owner and executive director of Dancing with Markers, a team of visual practitioners who hold space for individuals, teams and organizations, as they work toward their vision and achieve their goals. Lauren holds a master’s degree in Organization Development and Knowledge Management from George Mason University. Lauren is an International Coach Federation certified coach and an MBTI and EQi (emotional intelligence) Practitioner.