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From stardust to galaxies, stars and constellations
“Each story is like a star. It is bright, shiny and grabs our attention. Stories find their home in narratives, like stars in constellations, and each individual story makes sense and is believable only if it attaches to a narrative. Stories bring narratives to life, while narratives infuse stories with deeper meaning. Taken together, stories …
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Visual thinking at the service of the collective and its intelligence
To better support the change in the ways of working within the European Commission, a group of colleagues from different teams have decided to join forces in a collective. The idea is to bring together within the same entity all the existing teams which support, facilitate, advise on change, whether they come from the field …
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Words and visuals are complementary
The JRC Month of Coaching ended with an inspiring talk by Steve Neale, from the Limbic Performance System. As usual, I took visual notes to remind myself of Steve’s main messages. At the same time and without us concerted, my colleague Alexandra Balahur took written notes and wrote a superb article. With her permission, I …
Who am I
I love nature, earth, universe. I am passionate about the human being, about visuals, about sciences and their results, whether human psychology or technology. I like silence, I practice meditation. I draw since my earliest childhood, before having been able to write.
At school and during my studies, I drew in the white margins of my course books. Teenager, I drew to decorate the walls of party venues for friends with posters of our favorite rock and hard rock bands. Now that I’m working, I use drawings and visuals to help people better remember, innovate, better understand complexity, have a holistic view without forgetting the details, and most importantly, better connect to the intangible and the ineffable that is in them.