Monthly Archives: March 2019
Visual strategy and thinking is an effective and engaging way to describe, process and build ideas that address a challenge or opportunity you face. As you work visually with your team, the ideas come alive, people are able to create, process and learn into the kind of solutions they are excited about building.
How does this work?
- We know that the human brain processes pictures 60X faster than text.
- It’s easier and faster to get people to agree on a picture of something than it is to get agreement on how something is said.
- The human brain retains 80% of an idea or concept when it is visualized
If you are looking to up your communication, strategic planning and problem-solving skills, you will greatly benefit from this two-day course, especially if you’re a supervisor/manager/leader, consultant/coach or business development professional. Imagine being able to visualize what you think and what you do in a way that everyone gets it, and they like what they see!
Where: Winston Salem, North Carolina at Forsyth Tech Community College. Travel and accommodation details are available upon request email: email@example.com.
$695 for the two days, includes all materials, workbook, books, instruction, beverages and lunch.
Remember and re-kindle what it is to draw – everyone has drawn at some point in life. We will practice visual basics – form, figure, icons and printing/lettering – with organizational and business context.
Connecting the drawing on day one with processes, templates and tricks to create visual strategies that have meaning and provide direction. This is all about strategies and templates to plan, facilitate and activate on complex business conversation and activities.
Chris Chopyak is a visual strategist, speaker, author and entrepreneur. With exceptional business knowledge, experience drawing for and with business, and an international client-base, Chris brings a commitment to accelerating business performance and results through the practical application of innovation thinking and doing.
Date and Time
Forsyth Community College
2100 Silas Creek Pkwy
Winston-Salem, NC 27103