Your team’s challenge is to design Painted Shared Visions that connect to your business theme, in the style of Surrealist painter, Joan Miro or Street Artist, Jean Michel Basquiat.The participants are guided step-by- step through the creative process of brainstorming, design, prototyping and painting to create a final Paint Shared Vision using acrylics.
The wow factor happens at the end of the workshop after transforming people’s doubt into pride, as most people don’t believe in their perceived artistic abilities. Teams are pleasantly surprised of the result of their final masterpiece. This is a powerful visual reminder of their hidden artistic talents, collaboration and business theme that is symbolized in the painting!
Each workshop is tailor-made according to the number of participants and theme. We have facilitated this workshop for groups of 5 to 150 people. Please note that the masterpieces are created from scratch during 2.5 to 3 hours.
It is key to define a theme for the content of your Shared Vision before the event. Your facilitator will discuss this with you before the event. This ensures that the content of the masterpiece designed by your team is symbolic, meaningful and connected to your business.
Here are some examples to give you food for thought for themes of a Painted Shared Vision:
“How do we improve the quality of life of our customers?”
“What’s inside us as leaders?”
“What are the key factors to transforming the healthcare industry in the US?”
“What does ONE HR look like?
“What is our vision for tomorrow?”
“What is our formula for success?”
“What are our drivers for organic growth?”
What parallels are there between departments XYZ?
The final masterpiece can be displayed in your workplace to act as a powerful reminder of your Shared Vision and what can be achieved though creative collaboration.
Objectives: To develop a painted shared vision, Envision the future, Increase rapport among team participants, Build an environment of openness and collaboration, To stimulate and prepare for creative work and play, To get creative juices flowing, To develop symbolic and metaphorical thinking, To improve listening skills, To improve presentation skills, To improve decision making skills, To build community and create trust, To enhance idea-generation skills, To improve creative collaboration skills in teams, To create a masterpiece that tells an organizational story, To improve workspaces visually, Encourage team and individual insights.
Uses: Creative Team building activity, Visioning, Set the tone for a retreat or workshop, Introduce people to each other outside of their work relationships, Group energizer, Any situation that requires the full creative engagement of participants, Creative thinking, Communication, Connecting the dots between the art and business world, Fun art challenge.