We see at first hand, every day, how the right visuals can transform the way we think, work and communicate in times of change and uncertainty.
Over the years, we have honed our creative problem solving and visual thinking skills. And, while we are well known for delivering hardworking pictures that help our clients get the job done, we've learned that it's the talking, thinking and collaboration that goes into those pictures that makes them invaluable.
Visualising Change is an event designed to bring together a diverse group of people to learn and exchange ideas about using pictures to enable change and organisational development; to raise awareness of what can be done and to further the practice to benefit more people.
We have invited a panel of passionate leaders and facilitators of change to share their insight and experiences in engaging teams, aligning leadership and making the future more tangible... with pictures.
Meet the panel
Deborah Fleming, a change and organisational development consultant and founder of Chameleon Works, is dedicated to helping people and organisations adapt to (and succeed at) change. During her years of practice, she has discovered that pictures have an important role to play at every step. Deborah will share her insight and experience using visual thinking to move people forward, both inside and outside the board room.
Richard Webb is a consultant and owner of ‘See what you mean’. Richard will be sharing his own unique insight from working with a large, complex and specialist real estate business to effectively communicate the vision of the future to engage many disparate teams, internal and external stakeholders.
John Fitzpatrick is the Senior Digital Service Manager for National Prisons and Probation Service. In his role, John uses pictures as the platform for creating and compelling narrative and vision for new working practices and culture. We’re delighted to bring John’s passion and insight for enabling scores of people to tell stories and infect a culture change through rich pictures.
Stephen Fitzpatrick is a social movement designer who heads the design activist network ‘Alt Forest.’ Stephen will describe how visual thinking enabled Alt Forest to quickly engage a global network of influencers in design, technology, finance and policy through production of an animation, brand identity and social movement narrative for this awesome social business - preventing climate change and mass migration.
Dan Porter and Chris Wilson, Scriberia’s own Creative Directors will share their insight from years of working to create the perfect visual storm for change and the value of clarity, fit for purpose, engaging and memorable visual communications - what we call the hardworking picture.
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