Being able to communicate visually helps to make our ideas more engaging, memorable and easier to understand. Yet as we’ve moved through the education system and traditional workplaces, many of us have forgotten this very human skill that we were once so comfortable with as children. The good news is that you CAN draw! ‘Bikablo’ is a systematic technique to visualisation that thousands of people around the world have learned, even when they thought that they couldn’t draw.
No Experience Required. You CAN Draw.
Experience the bikablo® technique in action and realise the true power of visualisation and how it can benefit you, your teams and your organisation.
Why introduce bikablo® to your organisation?
The bikablo® technique opens the door to the world of visual thinking, facilitation and communication that enables people to work better together, solve complex problems and learn from each other in a fun and creative way.
Who is this for?
This introduction is designed for… everyone! Specifically:
- Groups or teams of people that are new to visualisation
- Lunch and learn (brown bag) sessions
- Large group or team building events
- Seminars and conference energisers and break outs
Benefits & Take Aways
- What the Bikablo visualisation method is, why it works and why anyone can learn it
- How to understand drawing as a visual language
- How to draw using basic shapes
- How to use visual metaphor
- How to use visual icons
Marc Hundleby, bikablo® global trainer for Australia and New Zealand.
What to expect
At your office venue* or conference centre, we will introduce you to the bikablo® technique and we will use the Symbol Safari to explore the world of visualisation in your context. The sessions can be tailored for between 1.5 – 2 hours.
These sessions are in English with a minimum of 8 participants.
*room requirements and logistics will be coordinated with you prior to the event.
All materials and supplies needed for the session are provided, you supply the venue.
Every participant receives the official StarterSet Sketch including two markers (SketchOne and FineOne Brush light blue) and one bikablo notes-sketchbook.
bikablo® Copyright & Usage
The bikablo® technique and our training concepts are protected by copyright. As a participant, you acquire the right to use the imagery, drawing techniques and visualisation methods you have learned for your own work.
Should you be interested in passing on the bikablo® technique to others or running training sessions based on the bikablo® training concept, please get in touch with us.