We recently asked some of our graduates to tell us what they had done after training, here is what they said... :)
A model built by participants on a SeriousWork in-house Lego Serious Play training course to explain the fundamental skills needed to facilitate Lego Serious Play. The process was also facilitated by the course participants. (The build question was "Build a model to show the fundamental or key skills you need to facilitate Lego Serious Play".)
Learn how to facilitate like these students here. With many thanks to IDB, especially Carolina who is telling the story.
Knowledge, Innovation and Communication team
Inter American Development Bank
Regarding the training, the outcome was more than we expected. It was hands-on, and thoroughly enjoyable; Sean gave us examples that were relevant to our corporate mission. And most importantly, he not only demonstrated complete mastery in the use of the methodology, but also provided powerful insights beyond his book and material.
In addition to the training, Sean run two strategic planning workshops: i) with our management team and, ii) with our whole sector consisting of about 150 participants. He took the time to understand well our organization, its challenges during the merger of three units, and was fully committed to deliver an exceptional service. Sean is an engaging and effective communicator, who establishes a customer driven experience from the very beginning. Outstanding facilitator, always positive, and with a pleasant disposition. Thank you so very much Sean. It was a genuine pleasure to work with you!"
In the Serious Work Training in May 2017 we set the students the build question "Build a shared model to show the super powers facilitators have".
Here is participant Paul Brown telling the story of the shared model:
Use this technique to share a small model to a room full of people, when you have a workshop with more than 20 participants.
A LEGO cam (iPhone) linked to an Apple TV in a shared model building workshop
The sample video below was taken at a workshop of 50 people working on 8 tables in a big room. The team was exploring the nature of Interdependence.Read more
#FacWeek and #Book launch. Martin Gilbraith's introduces 'How to Facilitate the LEGO® Serious Play® Method ONLINE'
My first Online LEGO Serious Play Workshop. Shared Model Building with 78 Senior Academics and Executives. What could possibly go wrong?
MASTERING THE LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® METHOD 44. Facilitation Techniques for Trained LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Facilitators
LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® © 2017 The LEGO Group
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