The later – supporting collaboration and connection – has been a big part of the reason teams are being called back into the office. If you are looking to create something fun to help boost the conversation, consider using visual cards.
We’ve used visual cards in our meeting and facilitation work for years. From our start originally with using Center for Creative Leadership’s Visual Explorer Deck, to our design and development of the Conversation Sparker Cards, we’re a real advocate for creating some novelty and jazz with visual cards.
Visual Cards can be used for a variety of purposes including:
- Support to team meeting kick offs
- As a closure exercise to confirm what people got out of the call
- Working sessions to help the team with visioning or strategic thinking
- To creativity sessions and innovation generation.
We’ve developed so many ways to use visual cards that I published the 40 Ways to Work with Visual Cards e-book back in 2016. Pick up a digital download at our Potentials Realized site.
Starting tomorrow, Thursday September 15th, I’ll be starting a weekly blog post on different ways to bring in visual cards to your team events. I hope that you will find it valuable!
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