“A Space Where Ideas Gather and Grow”seeing-is-believing-banner 2

Can you recall the last time meeting goers actually reflected on their notes and handouts after a meeting? 

The answer is probably very rarely if not, ever. How beneficial would it be if you can reignite those ideas shared during a meeting or an event? What if there was a method that could ensure that everyone wanted to review their notes and handouts well after a meeting and continued developing ideas long after the meetings concluded. How powerful of a tool would that be for your organization?

“We spent a considerable amount of money on handouts and reports that nobody really reviews, there must be a better way to re-engage our people.

newfooter10Retention and recall are very important to implementing change, progression of a vision or simply reinforcing training, but pages upon pages of handouts and notes are an expensive resource that seems to fill the recycling bins and not the minds of the readers. There is a better solution.

“I wish you could see what I am envisioning.”

newfooter04“Together, we can now see the big picture and act as one in achieving our vision.”

The need to have recall and ongoing interaction is essential to the success of a program or maintaining momentum. Visual thinking or visual translations are the perfect complement to an event, meeting, presentation or conceptual ideation.

This is not performance art, this is art that improves performance.

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