Lego Serious Play Workshops

Andrea is a certified facilitator of LEGO Serious Play methods and materials, with certifications in teams and groups and Advanced Strategy.

This method has been developed, co-created, and continues to be adopted by a group of innovative process leaders from around the globe. Collectively, they have discovered that traditional methods to solve complex business or organizational problems, to facilitate, or train people, just don’t work.

The process in a StrategicPlay® workshop has been specifically developed to help individuals, groups/ teams/boards and organizations perform at the highest level, in order to reach their stated goals through an innovative thinking process and systematic creativity. It allows people to engage in brain-friendly methods that allow for complex conversations to solve messy problems.

All workshops are customized, but this list gives you ideas of some of the ways LEGO Strategic Play tools can be used:

  • Leadership Development
  • Branding and Identity
  • Organizational Development
  • Community Building
  • Project Management Strategy
  • Team Building
  • Conflict Management Planning
  • Execution Innovation
  • Messy Problem Solving
  • Economic Development
  • The Sales Process
  • Coaching and Mentoring

Many workshop sessions, which rely heavily on PowerPoint, lectures, or maybe even traditional training videos, put information into short-term or working memory, only to be forgotten. If you think back to the last training session you attended, it probably did not impact the way you work. But it is also likely that you still remember dissecting that frog in high school science class. That is because you experienced something memorable–you were the explorer, discovering and learning information through doing. The StrategicPlay® process works in a similar way. People lock the information they gain into the subconscious mind. Unlike the science class experience, these activities are directly relevant to what is happening at work right now. The insights and new knowledge that participants gain are hardwired and accessible when they need it for situations back at the office.