Get busy with your visual harvest!

Get busy with your visual harvest!

Let’s compare your meeting to a seeding process. If you prepare properly, then your visual harvest will turn out accordingly. It’s not a meeting you’re organizing; you’re planning a visual harvest. But…what to do with it?

The three P’s – product, process and place – are what make your visual harvest fully profitable.

Product – have your drawing repeated on anything you can think of.

We make sure to digitalize your image in a high-resolution jpg or png file. That makes it ideal to have it printed and shared online. That way, you can use it to create your very own products.

Some suggestions?

  • Reuse your drawing in a Prezi or PowerPoint Presentation.
  • Use it as a background for video calls with the CEO.
  • Have it printed on small cards or large banners.
  • Print it on T-shirts or linen bags.
  • Or… make it the topcoat of the cake you offering your stakeholders.

Process – use your image as a working tool

You want to get things done. Then an image is your ideal reminder. It’s a lasting memory of what was agreed upon during the meeting and it stimulates people to reconsider earlier engagements, to process them and to ensure a proper follow-up.

Potential questions to ask those concerned:

  • What strikes you in the picture?
  • Is something missing, according to you?
  • Do you spot other connections?
  • Does the image raise new questions? Which ones?
  • Where does it show unanimity or conflict?

Place – spread your image wide and far

A visual harvest is especially meaningful to those who attended the meeting and who got to watch the seeding and the growth. But of course you might want to spread your harvest more widely.

Your visual report guarantees longevity, provided it gets to be displayed in the right places.

  • What about the original drawing?

Turn it into an eye catcher in your company’s reception room, meeting room, cafeteria …

  • What about the digital version?

Use the image as a banner on your social media pages like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Repeat it in your newsletter or include it in your annual report.

Do make sure to enclose an explanatory text with the image or create the possibility to engage in a dialogue.