Here's a sneak peek into the upcoming book Two Sisters and A Phone!
Artist, Writer, and Graphic Facilitator, Lisa (Tarr) Batchelder speaks and draws simultaneously about a universal TRUTH that is more important than ever: The Tenderness of the Human Experience.
From her stories as a child in a tree contemplating the piece of moon her grandfather bought at the 1934 Chicago World's Fair, to her quirky and tender conversations from her upcoming book, Two Sisters and a Phone, to current dynamics around thought leadership in the business world, Lisa uses her gift to draw and story tell at the same time, taking the audience on an animated ride through the importance of a collective reset in the knowing that all human experience is tender and in this reset, we have the ability to shift the current operating system of this world.
I am a trained executive facilitator, with years of traditional corporate training. Adding graphic facilitation engages, teaches, and inspires as a creative, interactive resource to the conversation and valuable addition to traditional strategy and team dynamic work sessions. If the intent is to capture the content or tone of the day, it becomes a real time storyboard. If the goal is to show process and next steps, incorporating icons, buckets and graphs to show movement and hierarchy works best. The amazing thing about visual captures are they lend themselves to whatever task at hand, personalizing subject matter to the specific moment while creating an anchor for the process that can be used later as recall, learning, or conversation generator.
Lisa draws and presents at the same time (image projected behind) about a topic she believes to be crucial to navigating the current climate of our culture. The Tenderness of the Human Experience. Her upcoming book, Two Sisters and A Phone, captures this topic through the tender and quirky conversations of sisters from across the country and united in the tenderness of the human experience.
"The amazing thing about visual captures are they lend themselves to the task at hand, personalizing content to that specific moment."
If you have an event that could benefit from the addition of a visual component, let's talk!