Maps can take a variety of forms, from:
- Geographic maps (i.e. map of your region, country, the world)
- A roadmap of where you are going
- A process map – what the steps are
Incorporating a map into your next call, may help people:
- Get a sense of location and context
- Identify where they are in relation to each other
- Visualize what a process can look like
- Remember what a sequence is
It is likely that I will incorporate a number of maps in a virtual call including:
- A geographic map (Where are you calling in from today?)
- A process map – Identify the area which is the one you find most challenging
- A roadmap of our call sequence (shown at the start and possibly the end)
What type of maps could you incorporate in your next call?
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