- Visual Facilitation Training - 2 Day bikablo basics training in Singapore (15 & 16 May 2019) - No drawing skills required
Visual Facilitation Training - 2 Day bikablo basics training in Singapore (15 & 16 May 2019) - No drawing skills required
Bring your ideas to life with bikablo technique that make them pop.
Visualisation makes 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.
Irrespective of your artistic talent, you will learn visual language that you can use for notes in small formats as well as for flip charts and pin boards.
Bikablo is a visual language & drawing technique developed and refined in Germany by Martin Hausmann over 15 years. The Bikablo technique uses German rigour in its step by step process, clear rules and easy to follow method. This systematic technique allows people who cannot draw learn how to in a day.
Research has shown that Powerpoint presentations are not able to keep the focus and attention while Bikablo gives you the tools to create engagement, participation and dialogue.
The Bikablo visualisation technique helps you to structure and present ideas and explain strategies and processes simply. It also increases participation in team discussions as it is more inclusive with everyone being able to see their contribution in real time.
This results in a visual record which is clear, attractive, creates a common understanding which is easy to recall.
bikablo Visual Facilitation - The world of visual language
In this visual facilitation fundamentals training you'll be guided step by step into the the world of visual facilitation. You will warm up your drawing skills before we move on deeper into more enhanced techniques.
Training in Singapore on 15 & 16 May 2019
Timings: 9 - 5.30 pm
Location: National Design Centre
111 Middle Rd #02-04, Singapore 188969
What to expect in our 2 day training:
Regardless of your drawing experience - or belief in your talent - you will learn how to use small details to make large spaces look clear, attractive and lively.
- Holding the pen and drawing the line: How do I draw clean lines and structure my space on the flip chart?
- Graphics and text containers: How do I create simple arrows and connecting elements from basic geometric shapes in order to present related topics? Which text containers (e.g. speech bubbles) can be used to support which kind of messages?
- Objects and symbols: How do I draw simple symbols to underline messages? What is essential, what can be left out?
- Figures: What easy ways does bikablo® provide to draw people, roles, groups and situations?
- Colour and space: What are simple and fast options to colour elements and spaces in a quick and simple way that supports the graphic structure?
- Writing: how do I improve my handwriting on the flip chart to make it more legible and attractive?
- Mobile Elements
- Live scribing: How can I use easy step-by-step techniques to record a dialogue in real-time and enhance a recorded poster with a key visual?
- Posters and settings: How do I combine the ingredients (graphics, writing, symbols, figures and colour) to create to the point visual translations of content and meaningful posters for different purposes (welcome agenda, instructions, group work)?
- bikablo® certificate: every participant receives a bikablo® certificate after completing the training
- bikablo® StarterSet 1 & 2: Each participant will get an exclusive StarterSet with 4 visualisation markers from Neuland and the StarterBooklet that summarises the principles, contents and techniques of the training on 60 pages.
- Documentation: For your follow-up you will receive photo documentation of all drawings and content.
- Invitation to join the exclusive bikablo® Online Community for alumni with a user forum and a specialist knowledge database.
- One-off 10% discount for purchase of Neuland material
Who is it for?
Are you working in an area where communication and collaboration between people is essential? Maybe you work in one of these roles...
- Manager & Leader
- Project Manager, Agile Coach, Scrum Master or Iteration Manager
- Trainer, Coach or Facilitator
- User Experience Expert, Business Analyst
- Product Owners / Product Managers
- Agile Team Leader, Delivery Lead
- Knowledge worker like Software Developers
...then this training is especially for you!
What our past participants said:
"I highly recommend this workshop to anyone who wants to illustrate ideas with pictures: facilitators, coaches, trainers... Step by step, Marcel will teach you simple yet effective techniques to draw building blocks like titles, concepts or people. Then you'll learn how to combine them in order to achieve more complex activities like story telling or live visual recording. Coming from a "I can't draw" background, I was amazed at what I managed to draw after 2 days only!" Sylvain Mahe, Agile Coach
"The Bikablo training is fun and engaging. Everyone comes with an open mind to learn and share. Since the training, I start integrating visual learning in my work and delighting my customers. We understand our customers' needs clearly and shorten the sales cycles. I highly recommend this training and welcome you to the world of visuals." Angela Tan, IT Consultant
“Visual Facilitation is about drawing to communicate. Bikablo gives you a clear, simple, visual grammar, that gets the team away from arguing and toward collaborating… After the course, my meetings, and abilities as a facilitator took a 180* turn around. - Bikablo’s structure and framework is an indispensable skill that should be a part of any professional’s toolkit. - Go do It! you won’t regret it.” Jesko von den Steinen, Associate Director HR
This is used as:
- A workshop to learn visual facilitation techniques & skills
- One of the best team building activities to improve communication in the workplace
- An experiential activity during coaching and mentoring to build collaborative teams
- A training tool to improve visual thinking and collaboration for individuals and teams
- A tool to facilitate Design Thinking workshops and Agile project management training
Trainer: Jaya Machet - Bikablo certified visual trainer