What is a Graphic Recorder? Meeting Production Solutions

What is a Graphic Recorder?
hp 300x189 What is a Graphic Recorder? Meeting Production SolutionsA great way to engage your meetings audience and extend the life of your conference content is to use a Graphic Recorders. They are artists who listen to a speaker and transcribe the information in a visual manner. Graphic Recorders can work as a recording services for summaries of the key messages of speakers at conferences, or
executives or leaders to graphically facilitate for strategic planning and company visioning.

Here is a little video by a Graphic Recorder on what a graphic recorder does. icon smile What is a Graphic Recorder? Meeting Production Solutions

Here is a little case study on how we have used Graphic Recorders for our clients.

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  1. Thank you for explaining one clear aspect of what a graphic recorder does. Very well done!

    If I may add to this, we also capture conversations, when it’s not just the speaker talking but groups of people so that everyone can make connections and spark new ideas. We also use templates to more actively facilitation a group process such as planning, visioning, or any kind of business (or personal)) analysis (or reflection).

    I’ll share this link widely, appreciate the time and creativity you put into it!

    All the best!

    Claire

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