Visual thinking is better thinking.

When you want to innovate, tackle a transition deliberately or create something that’s never been done before, you need your best and brightest ideas.

And your people have them. Let’s unearth and catalyze the ideas in the room and the genius of your team.

Unlike other practitioners in our field who come from art backgrounds or who are cartoonists gone corporate, we are business professionals who think visually. We’re left AND right brain thinkers which means we think differently and produce different results.

And because of that, we’ll help your group think differently — and better! — and then capture their genius in unusually insightful drawings and maps.

We are graphic facilitators. We have backgrounds in marketing, organizational development and business strategy, and we use visual thinking, creative facilitation skills and strategy to design and facilitate meetings so that your participants can think better and get better results.

We help you initiate rich, evocative, effective conversations about your visions and plans, and then we channel those ideas into powerfully vibrant visual maps that make your ideas real and help your team take action. This is how you launch your brilliant ideas into the world.

To get a different result, you do it differently and think better.

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Do you need to tackle a challenging transition deliberately?

Instead of being dragged through an upcoming organizational change kicking and screaming, let’s create a strategy and a plan to tackle it head on — so that you can turn it into an opportunity to THRIVE.

Are you creating something that’s never been done before?

When you’re striving to innovate or invent, you need to foster the conditions for creativity and activate the best ideas from the best minds in the room. This is our sweet spot. We excel in helping your team become visionaries and then capture those ideas and visions and make them real. This is how you create a visual road map so that you can move from ideation to execution.

Do you need to reformulate or reinvigorate your team?

If you aren’t deliberate about how you onboard new team members and bring them into the fold, often the team can go sideways, losing focus, trust and momentum. We use a visual model to orient teams so that they gel quickly and everyone moves forward cohesively together.

Do you need to shake up a boring meeting?

Tired of death-by-powerpoint? Do you have the same boring meeting over and over because you don’t know how to do it differently? When you’re enduring, you’re not creating. We have proven creative processes we’ve used across hundreds of meetings that will get your group’s ideas flowing and participants engaged and excited.

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When you’re trying to get a different result, you do it differently. Let’s get started.

 

WHAT WE DO

Meeting Design & Facilitation

Strategy & Coaching

Visual Thinking

Graphic Facilitation

Our Fabulous and Forward-thinking Clients

KUDOS

“I’m still blown away by the paparazzi snapping pictures of your work.  Everyone at the conference loved it. It was a huge hit.I haven’t worked withsomeone of your skill before. You have so much flexibility, a great sense ofhumor and you know how to adapt to a situation.”

— Joel Mills | American Institute of Architects | aia.org

“Your contribution was a great differentiator for us and created buzz for the Alliant Energy team around their corporate headquarters – something they acknowledged in the closing dialogue we had with them.”

— Michael Boyd | Accenture | Accenture.com

“I have been to Friendship Circle seminars in the past. Julie’s presentation and coordination was most creative, as well  as entertaining. I have walked away with lots of food for thought as well as concrete information.”

— Cheya Marozou | Friendship Circle Montreal | friendshipcircle.ca

Contact us with questions and project ideas. We’d love to talk.

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