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Visual Note-Taking 101

Visual Note-Taking 101
Event on 2017-11-18 11:00:00
Did you know that our brains process visual information 60,000 times faster than text? And that roughly 65% of adults are visual learners? In every aspect of our lives, visuals help us to see  (literally) new connections, generate ideas, and inspire action. Visuals have the power to: Boost memory retention Develop creative ideas by drawing connections Keep your brain active and engaged Share knowledge quickly and effectively Have you ever wanted to explain something to someone but couldn’t find the words? In this course on visual note-taking, you’ll learn how to use visuals to convey information in a creative and engaging way. Specifically, you’ll learn: How to use visual processing theory to improve your visual communication How to draw out basic concepts and ideas How to tell a visual story with simple shapes, symbols, and visual cues How to start implementing visual note-taking in your daily life! You don’t need to be an artist to be an effective visual note-taker. Come ready to draw on the walls, be creative, laugh, and learn! This course is for both beginners and those who have experience with visual note-taking. 

at The Lemon Bowl
3015 Georgia Avenue Northwest
Washington, United StatesThe Lemon Bowl

Art of Awakening Visual Facilitation Lab – Singapore

Art of Awakening Visual Facilitation Lab – Singapore
Event on 2017-07-28 09:00:00
Introduction to AoA Visual Facilitation Lab Why this workshop? Successful meetings are well designed and facilitated, deliver great outcomes, and empower participants to move forward with clarity, tools and ideas to make meaningful change.  Graphic facilitation is the process of identifying, expressing, and moving ideas and conversations forward using visual tools, models, and methods. In a business world of growing complexity and challenges for our attention, there is an urgent need for clarity in our communication, identifying and expressing a clear and compelling vision as a leader, and having a broader range of tools for team engagement as a facilitator. We will share with you our processes and methodology, real life stories and “a-ha moments” from over 20 years experience in training, facilitation, and working visually. We will aspire to model everything that we have learned and use with clients to create a stimulating environment, and tangible learning outcomes using visual tools. Who is this for? Are you a team leader, trainer, presenter, meeting facilitator, process designer, working either internally in an organization or having your own business? Are you working in a role where communication and collaboration is essential? Do you want to bring more engagement, clarity, and creativity to your meetings, facilitations, and learning events? Do you want to become a more valuable thought partner in the design and delivery of your programs? A meeting facilitator, trainer, or speaker who uses visual tools, sends a message to the audience: “this is going to be different”, this is going to be more collaborative”, this is how we can begin to create a culture of innovation in our organisations" Why work Visually? 85% of your audience are visual thinkers. Learn to use the powerful tools of visual communication to more effectively engage your learners, team, and clients. Benefits of Working Visually People feel heard and acknowledged when they see their voices and comments reflected in the context of the overall group objectives Visuals create a lasting and enduring tangible takeaway of the agreements and commitments from the meeting Makes you stand out as a meeting facilitator or presenter Invites deeper discussion and dialogue on the issues presented Encourages big picture thinking, reducing conflict, leading to greater alignment on objectives. Helps to create clarity and focus in a multiple language environment Visuals help to focus attention and invite participation Day 1    You will learn the fundamentals of working with visuals and by the end of the day will be able to present your ideas visually.   This includes the following outcomes:  development of visual vocabulary and ability to generate ideas rapidly with visuals  Creation of visual flipcharts for your trainings or meetings Practise in clear lettering and layout Making Ideas Stick will provide you a foundation of the tools, and techniques of working and thinking visually, as well as hands on practise in using visual tools for group learning & facilitation.  In this session we will:  create a foundation in the tools of Visual Thinking & Visual Recording build a framework for listening, synthesizing, and presenting ideas to support any communication objective. build core skills of Visual Recording in listening, synthesizing, drawing, writing quickly and legibly, combining images and words to create meaning and  use colors effectively Create a “whole-brain friendly” language of visual  elements, icons and metaphors to energize your business communications Learn how to communicate concepts and structures using simple visuals through a series of simple questions and perceptual frameworks Learn how to create more “Wow’s” in your programs with specialized templates and tools for group learning processes Visual Workshop Activity Session  Day 2 Facilitation is the art of creatively moving a group forward to a desired objective, with full ownership of the outcomes. This interactive workshop will give you a working foundation on the tools, skills and strategies to energize group processes, improve decision making and boost engagement using  visuals. Equipped with Module 1 core skills and visual thinking  tools, Module 2 will support program facilitators in creating more engaging and dynamic learning environments, processes and outcomes.You will learn to use visual tools to facilitate a variety of individual and group communication objectives, including case studies on corporate visioning, branding, customer engagement, and your individual client facilitation work.  In this session we will: Apply Visual Recording skills to Visual Facilitation  Design a meeting or training with visuals Expand and integrate visual tools into your facilitators tool kit using visuals for a variety of business setting including : agenda design, participant check-in, action planning, decision making, strategic visioning, idea mapping,  brainstorming Create engaging flipcharts and facilitation templates   Develop and use metaphors, visuals to support facilitation objectives Boost problem solving and idea generation by getting groups to draw collaboratively Facilitate groups and teams with visuals We would love to have you with us and look forward to a fun, meaningful, and powerful learning adventure! Career & Art of Awakening Visual Lab Scholarship  If you are interested to work with us, have flair of creativity and doodling is your passion, we love to meet you. Successful candidate will receive the "Art of Awakening Visual Lab Scholarship". Please write to irene@art-of-awakening.com 

at Singapore
9 Temasek Boulevard #19-05 Singapore 038989
Singapore, SingaporeSingapore

Read Music Notes Fast Level 1 – Visual Brain Recognition, No Counting

Read Music Notes Fast Level 1 – Visual Brain Recognition, No Counting


Read Music Notes FAST Level 1: Beginners – Visual Memory in the Brain! Are you struggling with Reading Music Notes when you play your instruments?Are you frustrated with Reading Music Notes accurately?Here’s the Secret: Don’t Count. You have been counting the lines on the Treble & Bass Clef. This is an in-depth look into Reading 22 Music Notes Quickly from Treble Clef & Bass Clef with my Unique Note Attack Method! There is NO need to Count. Counting Slows you down! This book can also be used by Music Teachers or Parents who want to teach their children to ‘Read Music Fast’. You can use these videos to guide your children in this Music Note Attack Method. Children learn much faster in this way as they learn to visualize these notes in their brain. Reading Music: Traditional Way vs Non-Traditional WayIt is FUN to learn to read music. There are some basic music fundamentals that you need to learn in order to be able to start reading music. You need to understand the music staff, the grand staff, the lines, the spaces, the alphabets, the letter names, treble clef, bass clef & middle C. I show you the Traditional Method of how students are taught to read music. The Traditional method WORKS but it is slow going. It is good for you to know the Traditional Method. We don’t want to throw away what works. We want to improve on ‘what works’ to make it ‘more fun’ for beginners to overcome the frustrations of reading music! This is how my “Note Attack & Say It” Method got developed as I saw the joy of seeing students gaining confidence in these drills and exercises of moving from Level 1 (The Note Attack Method) to Level 2 (Application of the Note Attack Method) & then onto Level 3 (Drilling Exercises with Speed).Rosa’s Music Note Attack Method:1. Intuitive Visual Recognition2. Visual Memory in the Brain3. Say it out Loud to store in Brain4. Practice Smart – Exercises You only need to know 7 alphabet letters: A B C D E F G. Once you lea

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SightCall Launches Field Service Visual Support at Maximize 2015


San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) May 14, 2015

SightCall, the most trusted partner of Fortune 500 enterprises for live video support, announces the launch of SightCall Visual Support for Field Service at ServiceMax’s Maximize 2015 this week in San Francisco.

SightCall Visual Support for Field Service enables technicians to engage in live interactions with in-house subject matter experts to show a problem exactly as they see it, eliminating confusion and improving efficiency.

Sometimes technicians can feel helpless when dealing with machinery or technical problems they haven’t dealt with before. If they don’t have the right technical knowledge or expertise to complete the job, being able to talk to someone who does is invaluable.

Thanks to SightCall, the technician can get to the right expert with a single click in his business application. The technician can then share his environment through the back camera of a mobile device and be guided by an expert to solve his problem. Remotely, the expert can leverage advanced features such as live drawing or simultaneously reviewing the right technical documentation.

At Maximize 2015 SightCall will present how to reduce technician downtime by 26% and increase first time resolution rate by 36%, eliminating unnecessary truck rolls. Through our preconfigured scenarios SightCall will demonstrate how SightCall Visual Support fits into existing processes and can be tailored to any use case to fully maximize resources and minimize costs.

“I’m very glad to see the great traction in Field Service software. Early adopters of SightCall Visual Support are demonstrating substantial savings which could apply to any industry” says SightCall CEO Thomas Cottereau. He added, “One customer is maximizing its technicians’ resources to the extent that it is anticipating an annual saving of more than $ 50 million.”

Knowing that one of the key factors of adoption is the ease of use and the availability of the service in context, SightCall Visual Support for Field Service can be embedded natively into mobile and web applications such as ServiceMax Field Service Suite.

ServiceMax has a long standing reputation of providing the field service industry with outstanding products to improve efficiency of technicians and lower costs for businesses. With the integration of SightCall Visual Support, ServiceMax will bring field service efficiency a step further.

“By integrating video and visual components into our field service suite, technicians using ServiceMax will drastically reduce wasted time by getting the right information almost immediately,” noted Jonathan Skelding, PS Global Solutions Director, ServiceMax. “The ability to save time and increase first time resolutions coupled with our Field Service Suite is going to help customers save both time and money,” he continued.

About SightCall

SightCall enables real time interactions that improve understanding, decrease time to resolution, enable collaboration and reduce downtime. SightCall Visual Support for Field Service gives your field employees the ability to show what they see and be guided to their problem resolutions right on their mobile device. SightCall APIs and SDKs can be easily embedded into your enterprise mobile and web application to create experiences that fit your business needs.








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