I’ve been teaching graphic facilitation since 2001, when I began teaching the Grove’s  Principles of Graphic Facilitation. I’ve taught the class to the public and in-house for companies large and small ever since. In 2006 I was part of an international team piloting a custom-designed class for a multinational company. I’ve taught the class in North America since that time.

In 2007, Christine Valenza and I pioneered a new class, Deconstructing Graphic Facilitation, incorporating ideas we had been developing for years. I’m currently working on a revised syllabus based on the design from that class, which you’ll find to the right. Past students of mine have been practicing graphic facilitators for years, in the US and abroad.

Current lesson: Listening
Past lessons
Course outline