A Big Picture Learning Map is a bespoke, large and visually-rich image that captures business issues and messages in a focused, stimulating and challenging way.
Learning Maps are a visual communication tool, providing an innovative solution to delivering your communication strategy which can be delivered both online and in person. Big Picture Learning Maps come with a wide range of support tools and exercises that combine to help engage all employees with strategically directed dialogue thus providing consistency in the communication of the key messages.
Big Picture Learning Maps have been used as strategic solutions to a wide range of internal organisational communication, employee engagement and learning challenges including:
Because people learn best when they are actively involved in the process, Big Picture Learning Maps rely on the sharing of ideas and experiences between participants thus enabling them to come to their own conclusions. We do this by using your company data, videos, survey results and marketplace statistics and converting them into a bespoke series of engaging and informative activities and challenges.
Another important component of a Big Picture Learning Map is a comprehensive, professionally produced facilitator guide with support notes. Because our approach utilises your own internal facilitators to deliver the Learning Map, we provide you with everything you need to engage your groups and put your people in the picture. The Big Picture People train internal facilitators as part of the process.
Our Big Picture Learning Maps can take many different forms such as:
- A table-sized mat, printed on high quality, hard-wearing, vinyl, that can be folded or rolled for transportation
- A jigsaw puzzle that enables you to progressively reveal your big picture during learning sessions, and that is easy to store
- An online graphic which can be used to engage remote and online employees
To find out if your organisation would benefit from a Learning Map, why not try our free Pulse Check Diagnostic tool? Here you will find out your organisation’s strengths and weaknesses when it comes to your communications, with actionable feedback on where you can improve.