25 Novembre, 9h00

Bikablo Basics 2-day training

Bring your ideas to life with techniques that make them pop. Visualization and visual facilitation are methods that make content and process visible in real time. In presentations, workshops, coaching sessions, training, and meetings – whenever people engage in dialogue, are working together and want to learn from each other in an impactful way. The bikablo® technique opens the door to the world of visual thinking and dialogue.

We’re excited to bring bikablo® to Montreal for this exciting 2-day basics training focused on learning the fundamentals of bikablo® visualization technique and how it can be applied to presentations, facilitation, recording and knowledge-sharing. Whether you are a beginner or a more advanced visual facilitator, you are welcome to attend! This workshop will be co-facilited by Charles-Louis de Maere (bikablo® global trainer for Belgium, France, and Switzerland), and Jill Langer (bikablo® global trainer for Canada).

What to expect in the two-day training... In the 2-day training, you will become familiar with the basic building blocks of the bikablo® technique (graphic elements, containers, people, and symbols) and how to combine them to create custom logos and simple diagrams. In this way, you will develop the skills to create flipchart posters to communicate your ideas or the ideas of the groups or individuals you work with. The two-day agenda covers:

  • Holding the pen and drawing the line: Drawing clean lines and structuring space on a flip chart.

  • Graphics and text containers: How to create simple arrows and connecting elements from basic geometric shapes in order to present related topics. This include which text containers (e.g. speech bubbles) can be used to support which different types of messages.

  • Objects and symbols: How do draw simple symbols to highlight key messages. Learn what is essential, what can be left out.

  • Figures: Learn how to draw people, roles, groups and situations.

  • Color: Learn basic principles of color, how to apply color to your flipcharts and how to fill spaces in a quick and simple way that supports that will help the reader make sense of the information.

  • Writing: Learn how to improve your handwriting on the flip charts to make them more legible and visually attractive.

  • Live Capture: Create a poster that captures the result of a group thinking process.

  • Posters and Flipcharts: Combine all of the elements of the training (graphics, writing, symbols, figures, and color) to create to a flipchart or poster specific to my work that I can use immeadiately (welcome, agenda, instructions, group work, etc.)

What’s included;

  • All materials and supplies needed for the training.

  • Bikablo® StarterSet: Every participant receives our official StarterSet including four visualization markers and two StarterBooklets (in English) that summarize the principles, content and techniques of the training on 64 pages.

  • Photo documentation of the training and will be provided to participants in a digital format after the workshop to use as a training reference.

  • certificate confirming your participation in the training and a list of the content covered in the course.

  • An invitation to join the bikablo® alumni online community where you can find further readings, links, tips on tools and materials, image sources and exchange opportunities.

  • Chocolate pralines coming directly from Belgium, courtesy of Charles-Louis.

 

(This training is bilingual)