INCREASE ENGAGEMENT AID RETENTION BUILD CONSENSUS
Graphic recording is when a person like me documents a group’s conversation or a presenter's speech by drawing on a large piece of paper or foam core using markers. This is done in real-time with the graphic recorder standing in the room.
The visual capturing of people's ideas—in words and drawings—can be a catalyst for generating new ideas, for aiding comprehension, or to help people see emerging patterns in group interactions.
These giant drawn documents (see more examples on the Gallery page) are a joint venture between the meeting facilitator, the graphic recorder and the meeting's participants. They serve as a visual map of the event and allows the group's collective work to be better understood and to be shared with others.
Let's create something together!
Clients I've recorded for include:
NASA, Hyland, The Cleveland Browns, Sherwin Williams, Parker, Nestlé, Cleveland Clinic, CLIFFS, MetroHealth Hospital, Content Marketing World, Rockwell Automation, Ryerson, Phillips, The Cleveland Cavaliers, Steris, Explorys, Avery Dennison, TEDxCleveland, Athersys, Smuckers, Weatherhead School of Management at CASE, Cleveland State University, Clinical & Translational Science Collaborative at CASE, Leadership Cleveland, Mobile Meals Inc., University of Michigan, A Place 4 Me, Waiting Child Fund, GE Lighting, John Carroll University, The APLU, Timken, Ronald McDonald House of Cleveland, Gilbane, BVU: The Center for Nonprofit Excellence, OverDrive, Build Initiative, Annie E. Casey Foundation, Juniper Networks, Recovery Resources, Software Executive Forum, Bath and Body Works, KeyBank, Forest City, Americhem, The Center for Community Solutions, Walden University, Montefiore, WKYC Channel 3, Lutheran Metropolitan Ministry, The Fowler Center for Business as an Agent of World Benefit, Jewish Federation of Cleveland, Cleveland Jewish News, LAND Studio, Saint Luke's Foundation, COSE, OneCommunity, Catalyst Consulting, LAND Studio, Sisters of Charity Foundation and the Jewish Education Center of Cleveland.