Visual Meetings: Creative Tools for Virtual and Face-to-Face Productivity, Full-Day Workshop

  • 02 Jun 2011
  • 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
  • University of St. Thomas, 1000 LaSalle Ave., Minneapolis Opus Hall (MOH) 202


  • Discount code required for Committee members

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Presenters: David Sibbet


In the monthly program offered on June 1, you will get an introduction and learn what's different about this model.  This full-day session will dig deeper into the concepts and focus on applying them. Pre-registration is required for this event.

Workshop Overview

This one-day workshop is a practical, hands-on, introduction to the visualization revolution and how you can get involved. The tools and methods covered are ones that anyone who leads meetings or teams can use, whether or not her or she is artistically inclined. David will demonstrate new tools for visualizing on-line with tablets, Prezi, and graphic templates.

 Learning Outcomes:

  • Orientation to the full sweep of visual practice in meetings
  • Practice using visual tools and templates
  • Learn about specific examples and applications in different organizational settings
  • Introduction to tools and methods for technology supported virtual meetings
  • Create a personal learning journey map for personal development, using the Group Graphics skills continuum
  • Get specific responses to visual meeting challenges you face

*Registration includes a copy of David’s new book,  Visual Meetings:  How Graphics, Sticky Notes & Idea Mapping Can Transform Group Productivity


David Sibbet is president and founder of The Grove Consultants International, a San-Francisco based firm that supports organizations, teams and individuals to envision their futures and deal with change. He was involved with the growth of Apple Computer in the 1980s, consulting on their Leadership Expeditions and Apple University. He facilitated the change management team at National Semiconductor during its turnaround in 1990. He has worked at HP and Agilent for many years, leading strategic visioning sessions for groups and divisions and developing leadership programs and change projects. He and the Grove also facilitated the community visioning processes connected with the conversion of the Presidio to the National Park. In his work with corporate and nonprofit clients across the U.S. and Europe, David applies his unique management models, tools, and process to tackle complex issues, support change, and innovate. Check out his TEDx presentation on the subject: or his blog at

Preregistration is required for this event.

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