From three hours to three days depending on the objective, the workshops always start with the alignment of the participants' skills: regardless of the initial skills, at the end of the first sequence everyone knows how to build, use metaphors and tell a story with LEGO bricks.
Then the workshop establishes a rhythmic dynamic to move the group from individual work towards collective construction. From the models of each participant, it is possible to build a system of representation of the problem and to conduct a shared reflection. This makes it possible to keep everyone's key ideas at the heart of the synergy, for greater commitment to the collective process.
Depending on the duration of the workshop, it is also possible to manipulate the different parts of the system to simulate scenarios and test strategies, in order to analyse their impact, draw conclusions and identify desirable action plans. This process reduces the risk of errors during implementation in reality.
It is also a powerful tool for training in decision-making in uncertain and ambiguous contexts.
The LSP method has proven to be very effective in dealing with:
In the LSP method, LEGO bricks are powerful tools that facilitate the emergence of knowledge, speaking out and collaboration. It is first of all a question of opening up to others and then defending and negotiating your point of view, until you reach an agreement to achieve a shared construction. The human being and the relationship are at the heart of the process, provided that we know how to manage its dynamics. In order to ensure a successful workshop it is important to trust professional facilitators who guarantee:
The LSP method uses bricks as facilitators of 21st century skills such as communication, collaboration, critical thinking and applied creativity. The bricks are also a tool for involvement in the action.
In more detail, the LEGO SERIOUS PLAY method allows more:
Specific kits according to the type of work envisaged:
Client: consulting agency in the IT sector
Public: team of agile coaches often seconded to management and with different levels of seniority.
Objectives: get to know each other better to create cohesion; build a common culture around shared values; set rules for working together better; experience the contribution of individual diversity to the team's wealth.
Result: identification of a repository of shared values and construction of a common charter of desired behaviours.
Participants: 6 people
Duration: 6 hours
Team life development workshop "L'autoroute des Coachs Agiles". 2019 images Nadia Benedetti
"My BTS and I, how to become a student and succeed in my studies".
Four half-day LSP workshops per section of approximately 38 students during the integration week.
Audience: 1st year students:
Objectives: to facilitate presentations and mixing of participants; to initiate individual reflection on the new posture of student versus student; to find new working methods; to create a first experience of working together and experiment with collective intelligence; to learn to communicate and collaborate.
Result: identification of the key factors for the success of the new student posture (priorities, points of vigilance, resources); a concrete commitment to quickly activate in this posture.
Participants: work in groups of 35/38 students, divided into sub-groups of 10 students maximum.
Method: LSP with 2 certified facilitators and 2 co-facilitators to facilitate in subgroups of 10 people.
Integration workshop "My BTS and I, how to become a student and succeed in my studies". 2019 images Nadia Benedetti
"My diversity and me: how do I make a difference in my team?
LSP workshop as part of the 2 IUT Paris Descartes days on the theme of "Diversity Management".
Audience: students at the end of the 2nd year of the IUT Diversity Management course.
Objectives: To experiment and reflect on the value of individual diversity in the service of the collective.
Result: the definition of the key factors to be taken into account when managing diversity, the definition of a commitment to action to take them into account in their future managerial position.
Duration: 3 hours.
Method: 2 LSP facilitators and 1 co-facilitator to facilitate in subgroups of 10 people.
Large group workshop "My diversity and me: how do I make a difference in my team?" ©2019 images Nadia Benedetti
After graduating in marketing in Italy, Nadia moved to France to develop an international career in publishing and educational toys.
A woman in the field, in 15 years of travel she has managed several multicultural, transversal and remote teams. She sees how success depends on the ability to make sense and reinvent oneself in the face of complexity. At the same time, she is experimenting within LEGO Education with the value of play as a major form of learning to motivate people to learn.
After training in coaching, facilitation and neuroscience and with her LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Facilitator certification, she now supports teams in transformation, so that the latter becomes an opportunity to evolve in the pleasure of the game.
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https://www.lego.com/en-us/seriousplay et en particulier https://www.lego.com/en-us/seriousplay/leverage
P. Kristiansen, R. Rasmussen Bâtir une meilleure entreprise en utilisant la méthode LEGO Serious Play, WILEY, New Jersey, 2014