LEGO® Cards and Story Cubes!

 

If you missed the 3rd Annual Meeting for LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Methods Facilitators and the amazing Unconference, held this year at the P&G Innovation Gym, well first, we are sorry—Canadian sorry!

 

Second, here is one of the many things you missed. We can tell you about this, but you really had to be there to get the full effect. In the words of Woody Allen, “80% of life is showing up.” 

 

We blended the Diagnostic Cards with Story Dice and created a new method of storytelling. And for added fun, we had Sarah Moyle document the debrief. She is a visual storyteller who utilizes a variety of creative methods to translate complex concepts into wildly engaging and memorable experiences,

 

The activity delighted the Certified LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® methods facilitators who attended, and now we have this cool artifact Sarah created before our very eyes.

 

 

Here is the outcome, which Sara captured in pictures.

 

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In addition to facilitating LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® methods, Sarah specializes in Graphic Facilitation and Recording. She loves to share her enthusiasm for drawing, play, and creative problems solving with her clients.

If you would like to learn how to add graphic recording with your LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® methods workshops - let us know as we are planning a special training to add pens to bricks!  strategicplay%23com|info 

 

When she isn’t facilitating, you might find Sarah capturing key messages in various conferences via graphic recording, using visuals to spark creative thinking and producing unique summaries to document the energy and focus of the event. Sarah also creates authentic whiteboard animation videos to explain complex concepts and strategies, and to promote businesses, technologies, and products. She also illustrated the book Everyone is a Change Agent, written by April K. Mills. 

 

In real life, Sarah enjoys going on adventures with her young son Owen, painting, and scheming about how to scare the neighbors on Halloween. She also loves to travel, especially to places with beaches.

 

Posted in Innovation by Jacqueline Lloyd Smith on 11/8/2017 9:05:53 PM
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