Visual Scribe Tribe July - What a year!

When:  Jul 19, 2023 from 01:00 PM to 02:00 PM (AEDT)

What a year we have had!

Reflecting on the past 12 months a lot has happened:

  • The world population hit eight Billion.
  • We have a new monarchy, but King Charles will not feature on the $5 note.  It will be reserved to celebrate our first nation history.
  • Shane Warne died from a heart attack.
  • We moved from El Nino to La Nina.
  • The Ukraine war continues.
  • 50,000 people walk the Sydney Harbour bridge in celebration of World Pride Day.
  • Radioactive capsule lost and found in WA.
  • A 10-year-old boy survives a lightning strike on an Illawarra beach.
  • TikTok banned on all government devices.
  • Voyager placed 9th as Australia's representative at Eurovision. 
  • We got ready to kickoff The Women's World Cup in football here in Australia.
  • The Voice bill passes through the Senate for a national referendum.

Just to name a few.  

This month's scribe session will focus on the year that was.  Your preparation for the session is to think of how you want to represent the past year.  It can be your work achievements (something you can present in your performance management meetings) or world events.  
During the session we will walk you through ways to represent your annual review on a page, at the end of the session you will have at least started to visually represent the 2022/2023 year.

Look forward to seeing you there.

Questions or comments

19-07-2023 12:37 PM

Hiya! I won't be able to attend this session but am REALLY interested in seeing how to present "The year that was" Any chance it's going to be recorded? Thanks ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡° )

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