Visual Thinking Workshop, Moncton

Discover how visual thinking can propel your projects and ideas


Have you ever finished sharing an idea or at the end of a project, looked at your final report and really wished you had a more visual way to present your ideas? Do you want to find creative ways to help people better understand the impact of your work? Then this workshop is for you!

Through this workshop, you will discover how visual thinking can help you better understand your projects, communicate your ideas with others and co-create together. More than drawing techniques, it will include techniques to think visually in order to free up space to act in complexity.

Who is this for?

This workshop, whatever your drawing skills, will take your visual thinking towards becoming a natural habit!

Facilitation team

Samantha Slade

A conscious entrepreneur, Samantha co-founded the Percolab network and the ECTO co-working coop in Montreal. For more than 20 years, she has put her knowledge of anthropology and education at the service of social and organizational innovation, both in North America and internationally. Her tools include the implementation of emerging processes, ethnography, design thinking and a wide range of participatory approaches. Samantha is actively engaged in the future of cities, the commons movement and the Art of Hosting international community. She supports teams, organizations and ecosystems in renewing their approach to participatory leadership, collaborative practices and prototyping. She recently published Going Horizontal: Creating a Non-Hierarchical Organization, One Practice at a Time (Berrett-Koehler Publishers).

Paul Messer

Trained as an industrial designer, Paul applies design thinking to everyday life. Paul is our very own ninja on organizational culture and service design innovation. As a graphic facilitator and expert in visual thinking, Paul creates on the spot visual maps to support group innovation and co-design. Creator of Visual Thinking Lab workshops and coaching to support visual thinking in working in complexity and business strategy.





Venn Innovation

735 Main Street, #201

Moncton, New Brunswick


  • Non-profit organization: $125.00 plus fees and taxes
  • Corporate, government, other: $175.00 plus fees and taxes

Registration includes: training, coffee, lunch and material.


Training content will mostly be offered in English. Support will be offered in the language of your choice.



Dec 10 2019


9 h 00 min - 16 h 00 min



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