Asia Pacific course leader for The Back of The Napkin™
Ai-Yat is a trainer, a storyteller, an artist, entrepreneur and visual thinking master. She is the principal course leader for The Back of The Napkin™ for Digital Roam Inc. (US). A former senior banker and the managing consultant of SBF Group of Consulting Companies, she advocates for agility at work and in business to succeed in an ever-changing environment. She uses stories based on personal experiences in her work as a trainer to teach business lessons and to mentor others in their career.
Australian course leader for The Back of The Napkin™
Chris is a business development professional, trainer, entrepreneur and is the Managing Director of a manufacturing company. Starting his career in IT in the 90’s, Chris moved into marketing and business development and has been running businesses and consulting ever since. Chris met Ai-Yat at the 2017 Business Model Generation Masterclass, where he was also introduced to The Back of the Napkin™ and saw an opportunity to bring it to Australia.
Visual thinking is using our innate ability to see, to discover previously invisible ideas, develop those ideas in a rapid and intuitive way, and then share those ideas with other people in a way they simply “get.”
Any problem can be made clearer with a picture, and any picture can be created using a set of tools and the rules for its use.
The core of the workshop is learning to use The Visual Problem-Solving Toolkit™ – a powerful new way of looking at problems and their solutions.
Based on solid research by the globally recognised author and management consultant, Dan Roam.
Join the CEOs, teachers, project managers, doctors, engineers, assembly-line workers, pilots, coaches, financial analyst, students, parents and lawyers who have discovered the power of solving problems with visual thinking.
Ai-Yat and Chris invite you to this two-day workshop designed to tap into your innate visual problem-solving ability.
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Visual Thinking for Business Communication
Learn a whole new way of looking at business problems more quickly, understanding them more intuitively, addressing them more confidently, and conveying results to others more rapidly
Learn to solve problems with pictures
Learn how to think visually – ho to look better – how to see sharper – ho to imagine further – how to sho newly discovered ideas.