The 2018-2019 MAFN D.C. Series – The Year in Review
This is your opportunity to witness and contribute to our community’s collective memory through the use of a MAFN Organization Recent History (created with a GROVE Consultants International timeline). You will also learn how to annotate and expand on MAFN’s history via select application of the GROVE’s Group Graphic Keyboard.
In our session, we will focus on how to use select graphic guides, keywords, photos, doodles, and other graphic facilitation tricks to engage the audience and demonstrate how to add both insight and (potentially) laughter to future meetings.
We will explore and demonstrate:
- How you can use the room as a “memory theater.”
- How you can create a large format “organizational history” or “map.”
- How to choose the best format to use when capturing process-oriented charts or graphics i.e., when you should use a poster, create a list, cluster ideas, use a grid, diagram a process, create a drawing, or organize/summarize data.
At the end of the day, you’ll be able to explain how to use these techniques share your “Aha!” moments, and enjoy a “gallery walk” that serves as a review of the 2018-19 MAFN DC workshop series.
About the Presenter
John Lesko is the “head coach” and “lead facilitator-cartoonist” with JohnLesko.Biz LLC (email@example.com). He has a wide range of experience and clients in the private, public, and non-profit marketplace. With degrees from West Point and Boston University, John has continued his professional education — earning a “CPF” with the International Association of Facilitators and an “PCC” with the International Coach Federation.
John is a long-time member of MAFN, has served on its board of directors, and has presented numerous workshops for MAFN and the IAF. He is a Distinguished Toastmaster, professional public speaker, and author of two books: Technology Exchange in the Information Age (Battelle Press) and Facilitating Genius (eBookIt.com).
John offers graphic facilitation and consulting services to help clients better see, understand, and solve their complex and wicked problems. Between facilitation and coaching gigs, John teaches aikido or may be found at the edge of civilization hiking along a trail in the backcountry.
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