We facilitate LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® events to help with problem solving
This is what some of our delegates have said
"Lego helps me to explain and see problems in a structured way. I often struggle with processing ideas but the Lego helps me overcome those barriers"
"Seeing how building with Lego can draw out more information about someone's experiences than just questions"
"It was fantastic - eye opening potential"
"Lego simplifies things"
"The Lego helped us to consider all of the components first before constructing a written structure"
"By creating the whole picture before adding verbal detail we did not get stuck in one area"
LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® in action
WE ARE LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® PRACTITIONERS
We sometimes use Lego to help neurodiverse clients, below is a description of how it works and the researched theory which underpins it.
The LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® methodology is a facilitated technique which unlocks the potential of all the participants in the workshop
At its core, it is about solving complex issues by building models using LEGO bricks. The metaphors in the models serve as the basis for group discussion, knowledge sharing and problem solving and help foster creative thinking and finding unique solutions
The methodology is based on a robust set of theories originally developed by the LEGO Group
A workshop based on the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® materials and methodology varies in the number of participants and duration depending on the topic. Usually one full-day session is effective. Short sessions last 3-4 hours. The longest sessions may extend to three days
Organizations, whether private or public, use the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY ® methodology when they want to unlock the full potential of their employees – and to encourage everyone to participate, contribute and commit to the solution Typically, workshops focus on challenging issues or developing strategies.
We sometimes use Lego to help neurodiverse clients and this is what some of them have said, quite moving, I'm sure you'll agree!!!!
'I've managed to achieve more than I ever imagined thanks to your help. Made it enjoyable!'
'Your're the first person to make us feel that being dyslexic is not a bad thing.'
'Thank you for everything you have done for me, thank you for believing in me and helping me to believe in myself. You have helped me in many ways you have no idea! I'm so grateful'
Thank you for all your help over the last few years. It has made such a difference, I am certain that you have helped me generally make sense of my brain. Thanks for hearing all my random thoughts and confusion.'
'Thank you so much for all your help over the past couple of years. I honestly couldn't have achieved what I have done without you!'