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David Sibbet is founder of The Grove Consultants International where he pioneered the field of visual organizational consulting. He is an author, information designer, and master graphic facilitator, now co-directing The Grove’s Global Learning & Exchange Network (GLEN). In 2013 he received the Organization Development Network’s lifetime achievement award for his innovations in the field of OD.

Visual Meetings Book - David Sibbet

Visual Meetings: How Graphics, Sticky Notes, and Idea Mapping Can Transform Group Productivity presents methods, formats, and graphic language for leading memorable meetings that get results. People who work visually have better ideas, make better decisions, and are more committed to follow-through. Visual Meetings unpacks the Group Graphics® Keyboard and its seven archetypal display formats, including many easy-to-implement best practices that support dynamic, effective meetings.

Visual Teams Book - David Sibbet

Visual Teams: Graphic Tools for Commitment, Innovation, & High Performance presents a comprehensive framework, the widely used Drexler/Sibbet Team Performance Model®, with rich case studies and best visual practices to support high-performance teams. As teams become increasingly global and distributed, visual methods provide a shared channel of communication for fostering innovation, understanding complex systems, strengthening team relationships, and improving work processes.

Visual Leaders Book - David Sibbet

Visual Leaders: New Tools for Visioning, Management, & Organizational Change explores seven essential visual tools that leaders can use to engage co-creativity and facilitate alignment across teams and functions. These best practices support vastly improved organization-wide engagement. Design thinking and visual methods are especially useful when leaders and their organizations need to set direction, foster innovation, make sense of complexities, and navigate change.

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