We enable discovery of organisations creative strengths, promoting engagement and collaboration to nurture innovation and change.
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.
A range of existing outdoor, tabletop and card games offer opportunities for teambuilding, specific skill training, and thematic engagement on a particular topic when supported by appropriate facilitation.
Roleplay scenarios with or without game elements offer potential for product impact or skills development.
To help you make your 2019 a little bit more fun, I’ve created a few videos to help you be your own coach and cheerleader. And you can do it in less than an hour a week – by playing with lego (or a similar brick-related toy product).
Huizinga outlines five characteristics of play; it is volunatry, rule ordered, occurs within fixed boundaries, is different to ordinary life, and it is not useful. Yet Homo Ludens also explores a wide range of other cultural activities as play activities, from gift-giving to war.
The LEGO® Serious Play® Method (LSP) was developed in the late 1990s by Professors Johan Roos and Victor Bart from the Institute for Management Development, Switzerland. It might seem childish at first, but it utilises three very powerful ideas from…
Expressing our work through play is a different concept and I really liked it.
LEGO® Serious Play® Teambuilding workshop
I worked it all out, but just too late to be effective. It was the best of both worlds, gruesome but poignant!
Anonymous Participant #7 at “Migrations” Horror Crisis Roleplay
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 Lovecraftian source material
Anonymous Participant #4 at “Migrations” Horror Crisis Roleplay