Play can be serious business

It has been said that creativity is intelligence having fun. Yet, we often try to solve our personal and business related challenges based on logic and intellect alone. In order to see things from a new perspective and cultivate fresh ideas, it’s helpful to have a little fun and think outside the box–or maybe outside the bricks.

Our LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® sessions offer an opportunity for individuals and teams to

  • gain a greater understanding of self and others
  • learn to communicate more easily about difficult topics
  • improve decision making skills
  • increase capacity for creative problem solving
  • enhance appreciation of diverse ideas
  • develop greater equality and collaboration among team members
  • discover hidden challenges that are preventing progress

An innovative approach to learning

Reading books and listening to speakers is great, but research has shown that a hands-on modality like LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® gets participants more engaged in the learning process. It offers a deeper and more meaningful understanding of challenges and possibilities for change.

When you’re ready to get serious about your business, team building, problem solving, and communication, let’s discuss putting the power of LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® to work for you.

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“The LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® program really pushed me to use my creativity and to think about what was important to me. I particularly enjoyed just being able to create. So often, in our adult lives, we don’t give ourselves the time or the space to simply play, and this project did just that. It was also fascinating to learn about both myself and the other participants. While some were very organized and coordinated in their designs, others used the LEGO® bricks in more abstract ways. Overall, it was a refreshing activity that taught me a lot about myself and encouraged some creative introspection.”

Elizabeth Newsom, Young adult fantasy romance author

“The LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® program was entertaining and educational. The exercise forced me to be creative and use critical thinking skills. I thought the project was a fun way to build camaraderie among our group. After all, who doesn’t love playing with LEGO® bricks?”
Trevor Riddle, 2022 President, Tyler Morning Toastmasters

“I had the opportunity to participate in a mini LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® opportunity. I was a little nervous but was excited to participate. I enjoyed it, I found it fun, and I found it helpful. If you or your team are struggling, this is a great experience. I mean, who doesn’t enjoy playing with LEGO® bricks?”
Denise Miller, Ace Handyman Services Tyler

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