Jennifer Hammond Landau, principle with Hammond & Landau, has provided visual process consulting to business, government and community organizations for over 30 years.
As one of the pioneers of graphic facilitation Jennifer’s visual approaches to strategic planning and community building grow from her education in community studies (UC Santa Cruz) and organization development (Pepperdine University).
Today Jennifer offers colleagues and client organizations not only graphic recording and training, but “metaphor mapping” where information is presented and sessions facilitated with large, visual metaphors. She coaches leaders and facilitators in visual thinking techniques, and virtually co-designs meetings and events.
She delights in teaching people how to draw and bring visuals into their work and facilitation.
Jennifer has been a frequent presenter at International Association of Facilitators Conferences, as well as ASTD and Organization Development Network functions in the 1980’s.
Co-author of, A Picture’s Worth 1,000 Words (Peiffer/Jossey-Bass, 1997), Jennifer has also created self-published materials such as the Field Guide for Flip Charts and Metaphor Mapping, which can be directly order