Are you looking for a way to really differentiate your LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Methods Program?
Well, here it is!
Companies spend thousands of dollars to bring their people together in the same place for meetings, workshops, training, and leadership summits. The agenda may be perfect, the content compelling, and the time spent together refreshing and eye-opening. But what happens after everyone goes home?
Most LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Facilitators take great photos of the models and people as they are building. They may even create a compelling report using the photos. But it is impossible to give every participant the LEGO® model to take home, and we know reports just don’t get read.
What if, instead of receiving a huge bundle of slide decks or an obscenely long email with endless bullets, the participants each receive digital posters capturing a summary of the event, with visuals designed to cue their memories into the conversations that took place during the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® workshop? What if those posters not only captured the key concepts, but also embodied the energy, emotions, and even the humor they experienced during the conference?
This kind of output can be an invaluable pass-down tool and post-event rallying cry.
It is something people want to go back and study, searching for “Golden Moments” hidden in the illustrations, proudly and excitedly sharing the posters with their peers, even printing them out to hang on their office walls.
In addition to documenting a session, Graphic Facilitation is also very effective when working interactively with groups as they tackle a challenge. It gets everyone in the room literally “on the same page.” Visualization of ideas brings out more questions, identifies assumptions or misalignment, and leads to clarity. It works great with Lego® Serious Play®, because Graphic Facilitation validates people so they feel heard.
You can use it immediately in your LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® method session for:
- Usual charts (Ground Rules and such)
- Agenda: Why just write it out when you can use a visual?
- Debrief on skills building activities and larger builds
- Replace that report with a creative document they will love!
In this training, you will learn some of the tricks of the trade from not only a Graphic Facilitator, but a Certified LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Methods Facilitator who uses Graphic Facilitating every day. She will also show you how you can create your charts and maps before you head out the door so you look like a pro. Then when people are building, you are adding to the visuals and giving the workshop an extra amazing outcome.
Lego® Serious Play® is effective because people experience it with multiple senses. They use their hands to build models, their eyes to observe, and their ears to listen to stories. We comprehend and remember more details when we experience things using more than one of our senses. It’s the way our neurons are wired, and it’s the same reason visual thinking is such a valuable capability to add to your skill set. Graphic Facilitation is a wonderful accompaniment to Lego® Serious Play® and other creative facilitation methodologies.
- A color manual full of LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® drawing ideas and tips and tricks
- A set of your starter Professional Markers
- Real-Time training and feedback
- Practice time to ensure knowledge transfer
- Maps you can take home and improve, and much more
- Lunch and healthy breaks to keep you energized and charged
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Strategic Play® delivers LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® methods under the creative commons license held by the LEGO® Systems Group. LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® methodology is an internationally-renowned facilitated process used by organizations to engage participants to generate innovative ideas for organizational improvement.