See the point—tools for better visual communication
with Deborah Frankham
We have the Style Guide, but does it help?
How to present your information in written and graphic form for maximum impact. How do you generate visual queues, gain impact from pictures and graphics, reduce clutter and distractions?
Learn, in this three hour session, an information designers quick tricks and tips that will make your information impactful - and your presentation or paper stand out.
|FORMAT:||Kiah Academy virtual classroom|
|PRICE:||$375 - inc GST|
|DURATION:||3 hrs online|
|TIME:||9.30am - 12.30pm|
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|DATES:||Wednesday 19 August 2020|
|The event link will be sent to you 30 minutes before the start. Simply click on the link to join.|
INTERESTED IN THIS COURSE?
Practical tools to enhance
your team members:
- wherever work is
- alongside like-minded people
- delivered by specialist consultants
- Interactive, online, engaging
Live and interactive
Designed for participation and interaction this virtual classroom will keep you busy and active. Remember to turn your web camera on.
When you sign up to this event we will also enroll you in the online materials which you can review and download at a later date.
Kiah Academy Community
Access to our exclusive network of participants who share ideas, challenges and solutions to working in these ever changing times.
What you'll learn
This will be an interactive session that will:
How we'll do it
We use Zoom or MS Teams to facilitate our conversations and Miro or Google Docs for collaboration and idea sharing. Don't worry these won't cost you a thing!
We'll send you an email link to the event 15 minutes before it starts. Simply click on the link.
What is a 'live and interactive event'?
What will I do?
What happens if I miss the event?
What do the activities look like?
Will there be a recording?
What happens after the event?
A focus on assisting the public sector and organisations who work with them in the rapid establishment of initiatives, project turnaround and restructuring, complex negotiations and dispute resolution.