Visual Sensemaking

Half Day Workshop with Agile Australia 2018

MELBOURNE

June 20

 

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Comprehensive 2 day program runs next:

Melbourne: September 17/18, 2018

Sydney: October 22/23, 2018

 

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 It's not 'drawing'...

It's 
VISUAL

SENSEMAKING

with Lynne Cazaly
using The Visual Mojo Method
 
1 day practical workshop for your team
Build this powerful, influential skill to help make sense of change, communicate clearly and engage people in the most challenging situations

SYDNEY public workshop 

July 3

  

MELBOURNE public workshop

August 16

or... contact Lynne to arrange a workshop at your workplace 

 
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    Lynne Cazaly's Books

     

    Agile-ish: How to create a culture of agility

     2017: 208 pages 

     

    Agile is a vast global movement and it’s transforming the world of work. It’s spreading rapidly having kicked off in the world of software development around 2001 – so said Steve Denning in an article in Forbes Magazine titled ‘Explaining Agile’.

    While agile was born in software development, industries, organisations, projects, teams and leaders the world over are seeing the productivity, profitability, customer value and engagement benefits to adopting an agile mindset.

    If you’re about to embark on a journey to agile, at some point you’ll probably be ‘agile-ish’. You’ll be thinking and doing some of the things that successful agile teams and organisations do.

    As with all journeys, projects and experiments, it might not all go to plan or as smoothly as you’re hoping. And how you respond to that is what makes for an agile mindset.

    Agile-ish acknowledges that the gifts of imperfection are incredible learning experiences; that, the benefits of getting momentum outweighs the time spent over-planning; and that delivering value to customers is what makes 21st Century businesses successful.

     

     

      

     

    Leader as Facilitator: How to inspire, engage and get work done

    2016: 192 pages


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    The days of leaders telling their people what to do are gone. But what has taken its place? 
    How do leaders get buy in, build engagement and gain the collective input and participation of their teams? 
    The answer is as simple - and as complex - as 'facilitation'. 
    Whenever you get the team together - think group meetings or conversations, planning sessions, daily stand ups or huddles, anytime you're working together - the leader playing the role of a facilitator is focused on making progress easy. 
    Facilitation means 'ease' ... to make easier. 
    The leader as facilitator is an approach and style that ticks all the boxes of 
    - building engagement
    - staying on track
    - achieving outcomes 
    - encouraging participation... 
    no matter the work to be done. 
    As workplaces becomes more diverse - both culturally and generationally - the more that leaders need to be enablers, drivers, catalysts... and facilitators.  
    Make no mistake: this is not a soft, fluffy or woo woo skill. Facilitation can be highly influential, collaborative and productive. 

     

     

     

     

    Making Sense: A Handbook for the Future of Work

    2015: 268 pages  


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    If machines can think, understand and recognise, cars don’t need drivers, holograms make real what’s not and the internet of things is in everything … what is left for humans to do or be? 
    What can we do in our working roles that brings value?  What will mean we are valued as employees?  What is it that humans do? What makes us human? 
    We make sense. Making sense is THE capability of the future of work. 
    Get this toolkit of models, templates and practical doables in your hand so you’re ready to bring it when they need it.
    Includes practical thinking, conversation, facilitation and workshop questions and tools: 
    10 Thinking Tools
    21 Techniques
    32 Templates
    40 Thought Starters
    Making Sense, it's the must-have capability for the future of work.

     

      

    Create Change: How to apply innovation in an era of uncertainty

    2014: 184 pages

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    Building on the success of Lynne's first book 'Visual Mojo’, 'Create Change' now takes engagement, facilitation, communication and collaboration further. 

    Packed with tips, advice, insights and tried and tested creative lessons, Create Change will show you how to: lead change, think critically and apply innovation.

    Great leadership communicators aren't born; they are made. Whether you are leading a team through change or are on the receiving end of a corporate transformation, this book will help you think and act creatively to make change a process you welcome, thrive in and leverage for stellar performance. 

     

    Visual Mojo: How to capture thinking, convey information and collaborate using visuals

    2013: 168 pages

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    This book is about moving you from being someone who talks about their thinking and ideas … to someone who captures and conveys that thinking and achieves greater engagement, buy-in and influence doing that.

    Plus it's a book I want you to write in; in that way you'll get Visual Mojo wired straight to your brain!

    This book will enable you to: 
    • start using visuals in your brainstorming and ideation
    • capture key points from workshops, meetings and discussions
    • map out conversations and thinking
    • boost your confidence and get over the ‘I can’t draw’ syndrome
    • build your visual dictionary of icons, symbols and images to use

     

     

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