“I also teach what we do, from the beginning. I tell the felt tip pen from tip to toe. You get to know the paper, how it coils and how it lies.
You’ll love the chalks.
I must admit: I love doing this.”
– Szilárd Strenner –
In house Visual Techniques Trainning
What is this?
OOur participants can attain techniques at the trainings that enable them to perform their managerial, consultant, facilitator, trainer or presentation jobs in a spectacular, efficient and interactive way.
…whether one has
Hungarian Telekom Plc. Visual Techniques Training, Budapest, 2017.
Aims of the training
The ultimate aim of the training is to make a once well-known world accessible for our participants. We strive together to make our clients conscious users of the visual language, to enable them to animate even the over-professionalized, vacuous areas through the playfulness of drawing.
The training is an introduction to the usage of analog visual techniques. It enables people to plan and support development processes, to prepare large-scale templates and analog presentations of a high standard and also for the interactive usage thereof.
Maybe you won’t be or not even want to be a visual illustrator, but sure you want to convince people about something important day by day: that’s what preparing your first
As trainer or facilitator, you can find yourself very often in situations where you should
…and, once we’re talking profession: are you interested in coaching, or as a manager you have colleagues who need to see through and find
But can it also be that your only poster will “merely” be the welcome-poster made for the birthday party of your boss? So what then? This will also be a constructive way of stepping out of your comfort zone and inspiring others.
Besides all these, as part of the
You’ll get to know lots of new materials and tools, you’ll learn which ones can be combined and you’ll try so many hints and practices that your head will be buzzing at the end!
WHO ARE OUR TYPICAL PARTICIPANTS?
freelance and internal or corporate consultants
teachers / students
and various sorts of experts, dealing with group processes
POSSIBLE FIELDS OF APPLICATION:
Visual language in
Visual recording: you can practice the best-known Grafacity technique as
Facilitation with large-scale templates. You can prepare templates (structured forms, worksheets) for designed processes of facilitated individual or group processes (strategic and innovative workshops, product and process development, etc.), from A5 cards to a couple of meters long sheets.
Visual consultation: usage of analogous tools in 1 on 1
Presentation: using the „medieval” tools, we won’t have any troubles with file extensions, USB’s and projectors. We deliver
Who leads the program?
Szilard Strenner, general manager of Grafacity, graphic artist, illustrator, facilitator, visual coach, strategic and organisation development consultant. He leads and follows up the visual techniques training and gives over the obtainable knowledge.
AND A FEW MORE ARGUMENTS:
…and it’s still not everything, as these visual tools can be useful not only in the professional life, but also in many areas of our personal life: learning, conversations at home, parenting, keeping a diary, heading a family discussion, or it can come handy even when making up a creative shopping list.
It depends only on us,
Creativity is not a practice or something we take on for a few minutes for someone else’s sake, but a way of life. Our participants will attain a global language that they understood already before learning to speak. They learn not English or German, but a truly universal language. One that is understood everywhere but spoken only by a few.