Engage Visually is run by Debbie Roberts whose work as a graphic facilitator & graphic recorder (visual practitioner) brings together years of experience of working with individuals and groups
At Engage Visually we strongly believe we don’t have time to waste, we dislike waste in its many forms, and the waste of human time and potential is our absolute nemesis. By using visual tools a visual practitioner or graphic facilitator can help tackle the waste of human time by supporting improvements in a range of ways, for example; creating greater clarity of ideas and content, joining up and connecting content, adding vibrancy and engagement, increasing the after life of conversations beyond the room and by supporting the focus on outcomes, actions, consensus and inclusion.
Debbie has worked with individuals, groups and organisations on a wide range of projects, events and conferences small and large. Before starting Engage Visually, Debbie had been focusing on and noticing what was it that made inspirational, productive and interactive projects and events compared to those that may have had important content but were more dryly delivered, lacked focus and/or were generally disengaging. From observations and research Debbie’s view is that great work comes about when we create the right environment for people to think, develop ideas and explore issues together whatever the task in hand and using visual approaches magnifies these potentials.
As Engage Visually has and continues to evolve, Debbie applies and creates visual thinking approaches, (particularly graphic facilitation and graphic recording). Through these approaches Debbie collaborates with people and organisations to add or increase visual components into their work, to support more effective and engaging projects and events.
This is a short summary of Engage Visually but we hope it explains some of the how and why we believe visual thinking services including graphic facilitation and graphic recording can bring exciting solutions to projects, meetings and conferences.
Debbie has just one pair of hands and so when the task calls for more than one pair of hands we have a team of trusted and talented associates who add to our capacity for work being planned.
As a member of the International Forum of Visual Practitioners Debbie is passionate about actively sharing and growing best practice, finding solutions to new and old issues and being part of keeping creativity at the centre when bringing people together to solve problems, discuss issues, create ideas and everything in-between and beyond.
For more details about Debbie’s experience why not drop in on her Linkedin profile 🙂