You may have heard great things about LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® (LSP). But you may also have heard that you ‘need to be accredited’ and must ‘use certain bricks’ to run sessions. It may have left you with questions about how you might use it in your training, facilitation, or coaching sessions.
Join Nikie Forster from Curious Lighthouse Learning Consultancy Ltd and Ben Mizen from Ideas Alchemy Consulting Limited, in this informal myth busting webinar to find out what you can and can’t do with LEGO®.
In this webinar we talk about:
•A brief background to LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY®
•Best practices for using LEGO® in learning events
•Lots of signposting to really useful resources
•A Q&A session from the audience
We also tackle to following myths:
•You have to be certified to host a LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® event
•A LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® session has to be over 4 hours
•You can’t run a LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® session virtually
•You have to use special bricks when hosting a LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® event
This webinar was recorded Feb 2021 with a live international audience. many choose to be off camera, but those who remained visible have agreed to appear in the videos.
“An interesting virtual sharing session hosted by Ben Mizen and Nikie Forster with lots of insightful takeaways about LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY®. Was a pleasure to be part of it.”
“It was lots of fun. Lots of great info, including some LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® myths now busted. thanks for putting on, appreciated it!”
“Great session. Lots of fun. thanks for putting the session on, really great to have discussions and have lots of things to think about.”
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