Don’t Miss ‘The Shape of Thoughts’

You already understand the importance of effective team communication and collaboration. That’s why you won’t want to miss this exciting event happening at QCon London on the 29th of March. Gemma Honour, Co-Founder & Director of Coaching at our sister company, Bryter Work, will be speaking. Her talk is titled The Shape of Thoughts: How to Create Visual Templates to Bring Clarity, Context and Change to You and Your Teams!

Visual thinking is a hugely advantageous skill for Agile coaches to master. It enables teams to understand and communicate complex concepts and ideas easily, which ultimately helps deliver better results. Visual templates are an excellent way to achieve this goal, and Gemma’s talk will provide you with the knowledge and tools to create effective templates.

What is The Shape of Thoughts about?

Gemma Honour’s QCon talk will cover several topics, including:

  • The importance of visual thinking in Agile coaching
  • How to create effective visual templates that help teams collaborate and communicate better
  • How to use visual templates to solve complex problems and identify improvement areas
  • How to integrate visual templates into Agile methodologies such as Scrum and Kanban
  • Best practices for using visual templates to bring clarity, context, and change to your teams

Gemma is a renowned Agile coach and visual thinker with years of experience helping teams improve their communication, innovation and collaboration. You will have the opportunity to learn from her expertise and gain practical insights that you can apply immediately.

Attending this talk will equip you with the skills and knowledge you need to create visual templates that bring clarity, context, and change to your teams. You will learn how to identify the right template for the right situation and how to use it to effectively facilitate collaboration and communication. You will also learn how to integrate visual templates into your Agile methodologies and best practices for using them.

In conclusion, visual thinking is a fun and fruitful skill for Agile coaches to master and this event provides a fantastic opportunity to enhance your expertise. Attending this event will give you the knowledge and tools you need to create effective visual templates that help teams collaborate and communicate better. And there are almost 100 other fantastic speakers at QCon too (take a look here), so don’t miss out. Book your ticket to attend either in-person or online today!

Finally, if you’d like to take Gemma’s Visual Thinking for Coaches course to level up your coaching skills, book online with us today.

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