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The Visual Facilitator's Guide

Compilations of observations and ideas applicable to effective visual facilitation.
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James Carlson

on 1 July 2016

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Transcript of The Visual Facilitator's Guide

VISUAL FACILITATION
Set the stage
Agendas are recipes
FACILITATE
INVITE
DESIGN
ENGAGE
DON'T PANIC
USE THE CIRCLE
Ingredient Name
Time to Add
Amount to Add
Time to Wait
ACTION
{
Stay
out
of the circle
sight-lines to screen
sight-lines to others
Desks on the ends
Screen in the middle
Always tag team
Introduce the venue
Clothes are important
Take care of cars
Encourage rideshare
laugh with care
it wants to happen
SHARE IMMEDIATELY
easy links
SPREAD
BREAKS
EVENLY
{
REST
small groups: 3-9
teams: 2-12
whole group
alone-time
COUNT PEOPLE
Food and drink provided
process
play
process
play
Much of
facilitation
Is creating a
distraction
That will bring what is in the
periphery
Into
focus
Build relationships from the periphery inward.
from the center outward
design questions with symmetry
SIZE of total community affected
HARD WORK factor
12,
2, 3, 4, 6,
24,
72,
144
36,
Step 1 is ALWAYS discovery. Ask for assets and resource AND do our own research.
During discussions, screen only shows the Current Conditions of the discussion:
What question are we answering?
Is this open for discussion with hands raised or a circle?
How long do we have to do this discussion?
DO NOT TAKE NOTES IN FRONT OF THE PARTICIPANTS
Review the notes which were taken and ask:
1. What's missing?
2. What's to be changed?
3. Did we get all of it?
Alignment facilitation:
Open, flowing, bottom up
Present the whole problem for agreements
Ideation facilitation:
Breakout groups have facilitators
Break problem into chunks and have groups build chunks separately
Facilitation of Small Groups or Breakouts
BREAKOUTS
GROUP SIZE
Methods to use for breakout groups by size
2
3
4
6
12
Discovery
Ideation
Alignment
# ppl
Draw a map of the process, even loosely.
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