Toronto Certification in LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® methods for Teams and Groups
LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® is an internationally-renowned facilitated process used by organizations to engage participants to generate innovative ideas for organizational improvement. The methodology is based on extensive research and enables teams to address complex issues in a fun and engaging way. Who should attend?
Facilitators, trainers, educators, HR professionals, project managers, coaches, consultants, university professors, teachers, branding professionals, and strategists can be trained to apply this methodology to implement this powerful process in the work they do.
Additionally, if you work as a researcher, I.T. professional, executive/life coach, or leader in your organization, your certification in this methodology can bring enormous benefits and is a strong addition to your toolkit of techniques.
Day One: Foundation Program
Learn the basics on the first program. This training day introduces you to the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® tool. You will learn how to use the tools with a setting including flow theory, the use of ground rules to set the playing field, etiquette, and traps to avoid along with numerous applications for different situations to prep the hand-brain connection. Background theory is provided with hands-on learning.
Day Two: Teams and Groups
The second day moves participants thorough processes where individual identity is explored and insight gained into how the tools can be customized for any number of workshops or processes including team workshops.
Day Three: Landscape and Systems Development for Teams and Groups
The third day of the training will provide you with an understanding of how to use LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® identity and landscape materials kit to build 3D models that illustrate the complex environments where entities like teams and projects and other interconnected systems function and how these environments “play out” in real time.