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Briefingcards are a set of 52 cards with images that literally speak to the imagination.
Briefingcards offer inspiration and are a proven tool to help people to new ideas or in an appealing way put into words what they want to say.
Selecting images stimulates the associative ability. This means that users of briefing cards are triggered to give original, authentic comments:
imagine the dream job during career advice
name strengths and weaknesses during coaching sessions
show what you have in mind (or not) in the design of spaces and/or products
create an original way of introduction during meetings and training sessions
make it clear what’s good and what could be bettered in the collaboration within teams
identify the sore spot in organizational development and change
The use of the briefing cards appeals to both the visual imagination (predominantly right brain) as well as language skills (mostly left brain). As a result, the cooperation between the two halves of the brain is stimulated.
Beautiful pictures, which literally speak to one’s imagination
All sets come with a leaflet with a registration code. With this code, users can download free digital versions of the cards on this website. For example, to use in documents and presentations.
The set consist of pictures that are published on www.flickr.com under the ‘Naamsvermelding’-license of Creative Commons. These pictures may be used freely, within certain limits; the owner of the image should be credited. All images on this website are available for everyone to see. This fact makes it possible to do preparation assignments; participants are able to select their images online before the actual meeting.