Masterclass in Visual Thinking

Visual thinking is a way to organize your thoughts and improve your ability to think and communicate. It’s also about using tools — like pen and paper, index cards and software tools — to externalize your internal thinking processes, making them more clear, explicit and actionable.
Visual thinking is an important process. When people use visual thinking skills, it helps them learn about complex systems. In many cases, visualizations convey more meaning than verbal descriptions alone. Visual diagrams, graphic organizers, and concept maps help people problem-solve, and support group work

Who Should Attend?

All freshers!
Design thinking enthusiasts
Kinesthetic learners, engineers
About the Speaker

Divya Sriram brings over 18 years of an international human resources and leadership development experience working with teams across geographies Asia Pacific – India, China, Singapore and UK and US.
Divya believes in the power of ‘storyboarding’ and has been inspired by Disney’s concept of ‘displayed thinking’. She is an active proponent of the framework of business narratives and visual mapping, and extensively leverages the power of stories in a variety of settings to help business leaders and teams to fuel action and advance towards their defined vision. To maximize the impact, and co-create the future with leaders and teams, Divya leverages strengths-based leadership storytelling as a core anchor in her work in the last decade. She leverages creative methodologies like storyboard visual facilitation, LEGO blocks and other kinesthetic platforms to stimulate the narrative conversation. She partners with clients via group coaching, one on one and workshops to extract their core anchor points of their stories and help them storyboard the journey.

Moderated by Sudheendra, Marketing-Head, TeamLease eHire