Altare offer facilitated LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® workshops tailored to your organisational needs

What is LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY®?

LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® (LSP) is a facilitation method that fosters creative thinking to improve group communication and business performance. The LSP methodology was created by the LEGO Group and is available under an open source community-based model since 2010.

LSP is based on the belief that everyone can contribute to the discussion and the outcomes of those discussions. LSP uses the LEGO brick to construct stories about the intangible and focusses on the story and not on the brick.

LSP enables effective communication and problem solving. Common barriers of language and culture are irrelevant as participants can gain meaning of the world around them in a forum where everyone’s story is equally important and valued.


What is a LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Facilitated Workshop?

An LSP workshop is a facilitated meeting where participants build models with LEGO elements to develop a scenario playing out various outcomes. This process guides participants through an uninhibited and honest exchange of thought and opinion.

The construction of LEGO elements offers open and honest dialogue without focussing on the person. The environment is set up to allow participants to address real issues and offers the platform to see things from different perspectives.

Ana, Principal at Altare, is certified by The Association of Master Trainers in the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Method to facilitate LSP workshops.

Let’s meet for a free consultation to discuss and experience your own onsite LSP workshop.

The best way to understand LSP and its potential is to experience it first hand.


Can I get trained as a LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Facilitator?

Absolutely! This method must be shared and used by organisations to change perspectives and think differently.

Altare will host the first Lego Serious Play Facilitator Training by The Association of Master Trainers in the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Method in Melbourne this coming November 2019.

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References
Hayes, C. (2018). Using Anecdote Circles as a Method of Evaluating the Perceived Impact of LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® on International Postgraduate Nursing Students’ Capacity for Narrative Storytelling: A Case Study of Anecdote Circle Design. doi:10.4135/9781526431684

Kristiansen, P., & Rasmussen, R. (2014). Building a better business using the Lego serious play method. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley

Additional Information: Association of Master Trainers – Lego Serious Play. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://seriousplay.training/ and LEGO (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.lego.com/en-us/seriousplay