Graphic Recording

Most people do not listen with the intent to understand; they listen with the intent to reply. – Dr. Stephen R. Covey

Graphic recording is the process of creating visuals to support verbal communication. Recorders listen, synthesize, and illustrate in order to help connect dots. When graphic recording happens live, it is commonly referred to as graphic facilitation.

Graphic recording can be used to reinforce key ideas, highlight takeaways, and clarify complex concepts in order to turn insights into actions.

Benefits of Graphic Recording:

  • Increases engagement

  • Provides active listening

  • Promotes creative thinking and collaboration