How Graphics, Sticky Notes & Idea Mapping Can Transform Group Productivity
By David Sibbet
People who work visually have better ideas, make better decisions, and are more committed to producing results. Visual Meetings by David Sibbet (Wiley, 2010) unveils the alchemy of designing and conducting memorable meetings that get results. Turn your business meetings into creative and productive events. Energize your team meetings, sales presentations, strategy sessions, and brainstorming.
Visual Meetings introduces meeting leaders, presenters, and consultants to a bounty of visual communication methods: graphic recording, visual planning, story-boarding, graphic templates, idea-mapping and much more. It catalyzes collaboration and breakthrough thinking in groups large and small.
“David Sibbet is the father of visual facilitation. This book finally lets us see meetings as he sees them—as eye-opening opportunities to discover what people really think. David’s approach to visually recording and visually facilitating meetings will help you become a better meeting leader and participant, see a whole new side of business—and a whole new side of yourself.”
Author of The Back of the Napkin
“This amazing book shows you how visualization can bring clarity to the growing complexity around us.”
Institute for the Future
“I have experienced the transformative power of David’s pioneering visual methods and tools. Open this book and you will get a clear vision of collaboration in the future—groups inspired and energized, tapping into their collective wisdom to create sustainable solutions: the global brain at work.”
Meryem Le Saget
Meryem Le Saget Consulting, Paris