Seeds for Change: Facilitation tools for meetings and workshops
4 Alternatives to Verbal Visualizations
We love this guide from Seeds for Change, which is jam packed with useful tools for facilitating meetings and workshops.
Liberatory Design Cards by Stanford Design School
In this guest post, Nevada shares a number of alternate approaches to the standard guided visualization that you might consider trying yourself or adding to your mix of team tools if verbal visualizations don’t quite work for you.
Cultural Responsiveness requires critical analysis of oppression and privilege… and a dose of dissonance!
“The purpose is to create opportunities for the human-centered designer to NOTICE + REFLECT on the identities, experiences and biases they bring to a design opportunity.”
5 Brainstorming Exercises for Introverts
“The Cultural Responsiveness Organizational Self-assessment is a unique online program designed and validated for the social services field that takes organizations through a journey of self-reflection, interpersonal exploration, and systemic analysis with a framework that takes into account that that cultural/culture is not neutral and that different cultural groups are ascribed differential status and power.”
10 Creative Exercises That Are Better Than Brainstorming
We know that not all brainstorming exercises are created equal, which is why we loved that IDEO shared a post focused on the ones that are designed specifically for introverts.
Bright Ideas: Own What's in Your Closet
We at Luminare Group loved this post from Hubspot on 10 creative exercises you can do as an alternative to traditional brainstorming.
Bright Ideas: Be More Strategic With Your Evaluation
A moment that never ceases to bring me joy in my work is when client partners, be it through consulting, capacity building or training, have that “ah-ha” moment.
The essence of strategy is that you must set limits on what you're trying to accomplish. Michael Porter