PWN - Lead out of the box

The Professional Women Network (PWN) organizes their annual conference "best off" every year. In 2014 the theme was "leading out of the box" and I was invited to do graphic facilitation during their plenary session. Six people were on stage answering questions. A slide with their photos and names would be projected on the screen behind them. As they spoke I did some sketches on my Ipad. Every time I had a drawing ready I could switch the image from the projector to my Ipad and share with the audience the drawing I had just done to comment on what was being said on stage. It is always fun to do, the audience love the humor, and they remember better the content!

Sketch done in an ipad in just a few seconds as the people on stage were speaking. We showed a slide while I was drawing and when the drawing was done I could switch and show the drawing on the big screen. The audience loved these graphic "comments" on the conversation. 
Photo by Susanne Kischnick
http://susannekischnick.com
Sketch done in an ipad in just a few seconds as the people on stage were speaking. We showed a slide while I was drawing and when the drawing was done I could switch and show the drawing on the big screen. The audience loved these graphic "comments" on the conversation. 
Sketch done in an ipad in just a few seconds as the people on stage were speaking. We showed a slide while I was drawing and when the drawing was done I could switch and show the drawing on the big screen. The audience loved these graphic "comments" on the conversation. 
Photo by Susanne Kischnick
http://susannekischnick.com
Sketch done in an ipad in just a few seconds as the people on stage were speaking. We showed a slide while I was drawing and when the drawing was done I could switch and show the drawing on the big screen. The audience loved these graphic "comments" on the conversation. 
Photo by Susanne Kischnick
http://susannekischnick.com
Sketch done in an ipad in just a few seconds as the people on stage were speaking. We showed a slide while I was drawing and when the drawing was done I could switch and show the drawing on the big screen. The audience loved these graphic "comments" on the conversation. 
Sketch done in an ipad in just a few seconds as the people on stage were speaking. We showed a slide while I was drawing and when the drawing was done I could switch and show the drawing on the big screen. The audience loved these graphic "comments" on the conversation. 
Photo by Susanne Kischnick
http://susannekischnick.com
Sketch done in an ipad in just a few seconds as the people on stage were speaking. We showed a slide while I was drawing and when the drawing was done I could switch and show the drawing on the big screen. The audience loved these graphic "comments" on the conversation. 
Sketch done in an ipad in just a few seconds as the people on stage were speaking. We showed a slide while I was drawing and when the drawing was done I could switch and show the drawing on the big screen. The audience loved these graphic "comments" on the conversation. 
Photo by Susanne Kischnick
http://susannekischnick.com
Sketch done in an ipad in just a few seconds as the people on stage were speaking. We showed a slide while I was drawing and when the drawing was done I could switch and show the drawing on the big screen. The audience loved these graphic "comments" on the conversation. 
Photo by Susanne Kischnick
http://susannekischnick.com
Sketch done in an ipad in just a few seconds as the people on stage were speaking. We showed a slide while I was drawing and when the drawing was done I could switch and show the drawing on the big screen. The audience loved these graphic "comments" on the conversation. 
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