WILL WE SEE YOU AT THE LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® ADVANCED TRAINING IN 2021?

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WELCOME TO THE 2021 ADVANCED TRAININGS

Every year, in addition to our International LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® conference, we offer two additional Advanced Online Trainings, and the 5th conference is no different.

This year, we will introduce you to the new Advanced Training LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® methodology – Planning and facilitation of workshops on September 29th, 2021, as well as last year’s highly praised advanced training LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Real Time Change® – Crisis on September 30th, 2021.

Advanced Training 1:
Planning and facilitation of workshops

Planning and facilitation of workshops

This advanced training is your training lab in which you will gain practical experience in planning and facilitating LSP workshops.

Prior to the training, a survey will be sent to identify your specific questions and needs. This will help us make the training as relevant as possible for you.

Focus areas for planning of LSP workshops:

  • How to design your LSP workshop;
  • How to identify client needs and decide on the scope and purpose of the workshop;
  • How to identify the right questions and transform them into a sequence of exercises;
  • How to plan and prepare a workshop;
  • How to document a workshop and debrief with your client;
  • How to combine online and face-to-face workshops into one process.

Focus areas for facilitating LSP workshops:

  • How to introduce, manage and wrap up exercises;
  • How to create the right environment for the participants to unlock knowledge together;
  • How to respond to participants needs;
  • How to question models;
  • How to conclude on models.

What will you gain?

  • Practical experience on planning and facilitating LSP workshops;
  • Peer-learning and feedback on your planning and facilitation skills;
  • Tips and tricks to plan LSP workshops more effectively and facilitate them with greater confidence.

Facilitators:

Marc Sonnaert

Time:

Wednesday 29th September 2021
09.00 – 18.00 (CET)

Where:

Hotel LEGOLAND® in Billund, Denmark

 

Contact:

Elefanten - Advanced Online Trainings

Advanced Training 2:
Real Time Change® – Crisis

Striking the right balances

Crises stress test the fabrics of leaders and organizations. Framing the problem and making sound decisions quickly are vital for effective crisis management. Real Time Change® – Crisis helps people do both in imaginative, effective, and responsible ways.

Learn about how your team think about the crises and agree on how to deal with it

Crises come in great variety, but they all have to be dealt with constructively by capable people. Managers often struggle to make sense of the consequences  of crises and agree on priorities. This gets more challenging when they have to deal with difficult dilemmas about money, culture, and reputation.

Real Time Change® – Crisis helps map the dominant crisis logic, construct crisis influencers, visualize cause and effects, identify crisis hot spots, explore and strike the right balances to effectively, efficiently, and responsibly deal with the crisis.

Real Time Change® – Crisis is applied  imagination, not detailed planning

This is a process to quickly but deeply understand the dynamics of a particular crisis and agree on how to best deal with it.

The process can both be used F2F and online.

 

Real Time Change® – Crisis works by combining evidence-based theories and best practices about crisis management with the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® method.

What is to be gained:

  • Rapidly understanding the essence of the crisis at hand.
  • A set of new skills building exercises focusing on change and crises readiness.
  • Greater capability and confidence to facilitate workshops in and about crises.

Facilitators:

Marc Sonnaert

Time:

Thursday 30th September 2021
09.00 – 18.00 (CET)

Where:

Hotel LEGOLAND® in Billund, Denmark

 

Contact:

Crises - Advanced Online Trainings

Would you like to join us?

Fill out the registration form and send it to Cecilie From Prüssing