New Work Methods are in Demand: Learn Visualization Online
Did you know? Visualization trainings are currently one of the most valuable professional trainings!
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Mathias Weitbrecht and Malte von Tiesenhausen share a passion: working with groups and at large-scale events as facilitators and visual practitioners. Their first priority is to facilitate a deeper understanding between people. In such a way that people can SEE themselves and their potential..
Finally, Mathias Weitbrecht and Malte von Tiesenhausen share the insight that the great challenge of leadership today is to see and understand what emerges, to perceive relevant possibility-spaces and to act accordingly. VizTrain was also created on this foundation. Because the ability to visualize can be a considerable contribution in today's world. Also for you!
Mathias Weitbrecht (right) is a visualization strategist and one of the most sought-after graphic facilitators and graphic recorders in Europe. Using visually supported facilitation and visual live recording, he supports meetings, projects and conferences to achieve communication goals, use strategic potential and create new solutions. He is able to make complex correlations easy to understand, and through his work he offers a broadening of perspectives and the support of co-creation. He is the founder of Visual Facilitators. With a team of about 25 he supports events of any kind, at any location and in any size. Mathias Weitbrecht is author of the book "Co-Create!" (Wiley Publ., www.das-visualisierungs-buch.de)
The focus of the visualization expert Malte von Tiesenhausen (left in the picture) is in graphic recording and visual strategies. He also holds trainings at Visual Facilitators, draws live at events and produces innovative explanatory videos. Malte von Tiesenhausen has been working internationally for agencies, companies and publishing houses since 2004. He was awarded the German Cartoon Prize 2008. Malte von Tiesenhausen is author of the book "Ad hoc visualisieren! (www.j.mp/adhoc-visualisieren) and "Ninja!", a 400 page hand-sketched edutainment manga.
Anna M. from Munich: ""My visuals are getting more beautiful every day and I can finally get away from PowerPoint, Keynote and similar things. Well, you just have to dare and of course be familiarized with the basics beforehand. Thank you very much!"
We have compiled the most frequently asked questions and answers about the online course. Scroll down to read our FAQ.
A visualization is a pictorial representation and thus a visual display of information. Non-verbal symbols are understood way faster and easier than text by most people, because our human visual perception is unusally very high.
Many people have too little time to take part in an on-site classroom training. They have to react flexibly to their professional requirements and can therefore hardly plan.
With the VizTrain online course, participants can decide for themselves when and where they want to learn.
There is no need to pay for classroom rentals, accommodation or travel expenses. Exchanging with the trainers and others in the learning cohort supports progress and helps to deepen the learning experience. The VizTrain online course therefore offer the best start into visualizing yourself. Because it is the easiest access, fastest start and the most cost-effective.
Visualization is not illustration and it is about much more than drawing. Networking pieces of information, their interrelation, the fast (but not necessarily beautiful) doodling of content and the integration of group and business processes are in the foreground. Skills such as listening, intuition, reducing complexity are also part of this. This is suitable for the first step in visualization, after that maybe our on-site Advanced Workshop (www.visualisierung.training) is also a fit. We take everyone by the hand to take the first steps in visualization –
with illustration knowledge as a basis.
Yes, we have a closed Facebook group for VizTrain. Participants can join and get in touch with us. You can upload your practice samples, and we might give you direct feedback. We thus build our shared common learning community.