"The change manifested by recipients is the ONLY relevant measure of your message!"
Rod combines the mechanics of Lego Serious Play with well designed relevant questions to move participants into a different level of introspection.
Rod's kinesthetic approach leverages the fact that our fingers are directly connected to 80% of our brain cells. As a result, participants bypass the language center of their brain, and thereby avoid the typical impact of filters, and inner propaganda.
Laughter, curiosity, and surprise, are all common reactions .
In one form or another it’s powerful, and will be remembered as one of the most poignant parts of your event
Like chess, anyone can learn the basics of Lego Serious Play. Also like chess, becoming proficient is vastly more involved.
Your event needs to be designed and delivered by someone with both education and experience in the Serious Play methodology, as well as speaking, facilitation, coaching, and process improvement expertise.
Rod has spent decades at the intersection of process improvement, personal engagement, coaching, and fun. Rod harnesses all the power of Lego Serious Play by designing each session with clear objectives an effective well-timed format, humor, and engagement.
The effect comfortably moves people beyond their comfort zone.
To find out more or inquire about a powerful workshop / event for your team, you can contact Rod by
· CLICKING HERE or
· directly at (802) 236-0893.
COACHING - TRAINING - INSIGHT
Rod’s Lego Serious Play conference and training events get each participant to deeply contemplate, test, and fully embrace new ideas. Great for;
"It was really effective! We had a chance to reflect on what we learned, and set goals. For me, it was the best part of the conference!"
CONNECTION - AGREEMENT - COMMITMENT
Rod's Lego Serious Play events get teams to a unified understanding of the organization’s issues and challenges, and a shared commitment to its objectives. Great for
"... Rod forced us into the gnarly details. Our group-think was destroyed in the first half hour, and a much better strategy and vision evolved. It was beautiful!"