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  • Graphic Express: First Steps to Graphic Facilitation in Youth Work

    Graphic Express guides you through some elementary introductions and experiences for Graphic Facilitation with ideas, tools, and methods for developing your visual literacy and competency.

    There are 4 main sections:

    1) The origins of using visual materials to express ideas and how graphic facilitation is a great source of learning

    2) Practical tips about drawing and how to develop your own visual library

    3) Demonstrates the what’s and how’s of different types of graphic facilitation

    4) The future and tips for further inspiration

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Resource kits are great.

  • The Art of Harvesting

    The purpose of harvesting is to support the individual and collective meaning making.

    In other words it is harvesting the fruits of conversations that matter.

    The harvest may be both intangible e.g new insights, a change of perspective or mindset, a shared clarity, relationships and contacts or it can be tangible e.g. documentation, newsletter, audio or video.

    Both are valuable and needed and can support making meaning and becoming collectively more intelligent or wise.

    Ultimately the harvest can support wise decisions and wise action.

  • The Art of Social Innovation

    In our time together we will explore Social Innovation as creating the conditions for new possibilities in social fields through the lens of participatory leadership. What makes our emphasis unique is the focus on the process of change not only the content, on relationships as the basis for results and on reflection as essential to wise action. We are interested in opening the space for the generative power of chaos as well as the clarifying power of order.

  • Caring for Yourself is a Radical Act

    The guide combines information about trauma and self-care with practices and exercises you can use in your daily life. It’s a living document, something to help in our ongoing journey to self-care and community care.

  • Creating a Workshop

    Creating a Workshop: A 4-Step Guide to Making Engaging Workshops

    This toolkit provides a step-by-step process of planning an effective workshop for any audience. A workshop done right has the potential to create spaces for brainstorming, interactive learning, building relationships, and problem solving. With advanced planning, all this can be achieved.

  • Graphic Express: First Steps to Graphic Facilitation in Youth Work

    Graphic Express guides you through some elementary introductions and experiences for Graphic Facilitation with ideas, tools, and methods for developing your visual literacy and competency.

    There are 4 main sections:

    1) The origins of using visual materials to express ideas and how graphic facilitation is a great source of learning

    2) Practical tips about drawing and how to develop your own visual library

    3) Demonstrates the what’s and how’s of different types of graphic facilitation

    4) The future and tips for further inspiration