Using cutting-edge research we provide leadership training, game-based facilitation and engaging delivery methods to nurture innovation and development.
LEGO Serious Play workshops from Seriously Learned can facilitate leadership skills development, identification of core values and behaviours, teambuilding, innovation, developing shared vision and strategy.
Serious games provide space for deep reflection and learning, and can be used for training in a variety of topics; e.g. dignity & diversity, environmental or social sustainability.
Seriously Learned can provide play-based design of customised and targeted learning content for your organisation, incorporating general management topics such as innovation, leadership and motivation or embedding your own content.
A summary of key points from the most recent research on designing and applying games to assessment presented in Minnesota, August 2019.
We’ve all been there, those of us who have taught undergraduate students. The 9am slot. The time when hordes of empty seats face us thanks to 2-4-1 offers at the student’s union the night before. And those brave souls who…
Today I am delivering a short session as part of the Open University’s pre-conference development workshop for scholars of Critical Management Studies, aimed specifically at early career researchers and PhD students. I’m particularly excited about being able to present, side-by-side,…
The lego teambuilding workshop was well structured and delivered in an engaging and enthusiastic fashion by Laura. Colleagues found the exercises and feedback insightful and a great aid to reflection. The combination of the theoretical with the practical makes this a rich learning experience with application across a variety of learning scenarios. The process created energy, fun and, most importantly, a positive learning experience for delegates.
Expressing our work through play is a different concept and I really liked it.
It was an awful lot of fun and I’d like to do something like this again! I think our ending worked with our actions and with the source material. An almost no-win scenario…total horror!