CC Training Workshops Schedule – May / June 13:By CreativeConnection | 13/05/13 10:20 am
· May 23rd 6.30pm until 9.30pm: 3 hour taster workshop learning the basics of Visual Communication – London – Price: £150+VAT
· June 6th 10am until 5pm: Full Day Workshop learning the Art of Visual Communication – London – Price: £450 _VAT (includes lunch)
· June 11th 9.30am until 1pm: Half Day Workshop Applying Visual Communication to Business Situations – London – Price: £250+VAT
· June 14th 9.30am until 1pm: Half Day Workshop – Transformative Narrative – London – Price: £250+VAT
Example of a Transformative Narrative Workshop: https://www.youtube.com/watch?
Example of a Visual Communication Workshop: https://www.youtube.com/watch?
If you are interested in taking part in any of the above training sessions please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07787744297
CC at the EHI Live – Birmingham 6th and 7th NovemberBy CreativeConnection | 12/11/12 10:41 am
Well we certainly made an impression working with Symantec at the EHI Live event in Birmingham. So many visitors of the event commented on the amazing stand our team created with comments like ‘your are the best thing about this event’!. It was a very new concept with the whole stand being a canvas (which we built for the client) so at the start of the event the stand was a white set of walls and by the end of each day it was the most amazing and vibrant stand in the arena. So much interest was generated from the stand and artists that a constant flow of communication with visitors and delegates was the end result. We will be posting a stopframe of both days on our youtube channel soon – so don’t miss it! Again thanks so much to the CC team (Tim, Ali and Gordon) and our lovely client Mike for letting us be part of this innovative stand solution!
If you would like us to work with you on creating a innovative stand solution for your next event please contact us today at email@example.com
CC at The Sustainability exhibition at the CUBE gallery ManchesterBy CreativeConnection | 12/11/12 10:40 am
Our team had a fantastic time at this amazing event. The team wowed the event visitors by covering various aspects around the space. The three themes they had to cover were Fair, Green and Dense Cities and they also had to capture comments from the speakers in speakers corner as well as capture visitors opinions across the three themes. Not our normal colourful VM work as client requested black and white to go with the overall event style. Although we do love colour – we really love the outcome of this one and say a massive thank you to the CC team (Holly, Sian and Rowan) and the client for letting us be part of this. If you would like to find out how we could work with you please contact us today at firstname.lastname@example.orgTweet
Fledgling and Flyer ‘Art of Listening’ workshopsBy CreativeConnection | 19/10/12 10:46 am
Well we did it –the launch of our Fledgling and Flyer ‘Art of Listening’ workshops went really well with a grand turn out and subsequent waiting list! All participants had a great time and though exhausted came away more confident and with the newly acquired ability to listen for key content and communicate in visual form. Take a look at the video we made of the workshop. If you would like to find out more or If you are interested in taking part in the next workshop (26th and 27th of October 2012) or would like to be added to the waiting list for the next available workshops please contact us at email@example.comTweet
School of UnknowingBy Lara Popovic and Tim Casswell | 07/09/12 9:30 am
CIPR Inside Measurement SummitBy CreativeConnection | 22/06/12 12:33 pm
One of our team of artists recently covered the CIPR Inside Measurement Summit and the results were inspiring.
At CC we support the CIPR and their activity so was great to be involved. Kevin Ruck has summarised the day’s events here: http://conversation.cipr.co.uk/posts/kevin.ruck/new-principles-for-internal-communication-measurement.
Our team did an amazing job to capture the wealth of information. If you would like more info on this event or want to find out more about how our artist teams can accommodate your next event don’t hesitate to get in touch!
We are looking for artists!By CreativeConnection | 22/06/12 11:09 am
We are looking for artists!
Specifically we are looking for artists who have a quick cartoon style and can work with us on our Visual Animations. The style we are looking for is similar to the RSA style animations (see various links on YouTube). If you think you can draw like this then please get in touch with us ASAP as you could be working on a job with us tomorrow! If you want to know more please send us an email with examples of your work
We are also looking for graphic facilitators / artists who are fluent in and can write in the following languages: French, Flemish, German, Swedish, Italian, Indian and Chinese and Spanish (must have a basic understanding of English Language as well).
If you have any of these language skills and are interested in working with us please send an email with of your work to Jessica.simpson@
Join our team!By Jessica Simpson | 08/03/12 7:35 pm
We are always looking for new talent to join our artist team. At the moment we are looking for artists who have visual animation experience so if you think you can draw the animations like the ones in our films (see Gallery for more examples) then let us know as you could be the next new member of our team!Tweet
The Art of ChangeBy Tim Casswell | 06/03/12 3:17 pm
The Art of Change
All communication is about change. Changing an understanding, a feeling, a behaviour, an opinion, and ultimately we are in a constant state of change in response to messages we are receiving. This understanding is behind the art of leadership, and has been intensively studied and researched ever human beings began to talk. In spite of this research and attention, dysfunctional communication is still the most costly waste of human energy.
The problem with communication is the complexity of the means used to send and receive information. Even discounting new technologies and their effect on the quality of communication there are far too many languages for us to control all of them. In reading another human being we look for all kinds of clues. Most of this awareness is actually subliminal. We feel the effects but don't know exactly what has given rise to our interpretation.
We have devised some ways to handle the complexity of human communication. Inevitably the exercises simplify the process. There is so much more to say about this so it would be great to hear your views on this.Tweet