LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Facilitator Certification

Lego Serious Play Certification Program provides participants with sufficient insights, information and experiences to prepare and deliver workshops using the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® methodology. The training provides the facilitator with hands-on experience, theory and application ideas.

Our training programme prepares participants to:

– Customise use of LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® methodology in an organisation
– Develop and facilitate workshops using LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY®

As part of the training the participants receive a comprehensive facilitator manual and supplementary documentation. There is also on-going support following your training to help you get going with success.

DATETo be announcedLOCATIONTehnološki park LjubljanaPRICERegular: 2.750 € + VAT
Early bird:
2.475 € + VAT
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WHO IS THIS FOR?

The LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® facilitator certification programme is aimed at people already experienced in facilitating and/or coaching. It is ideal for:

  • Professional consultants and facilitators
  • Company trainers
  • In-house learning and development specialists
  • Educators
  • HR staff
  • Team leaders who want to use it as part of their leadership practice
  • There are typically ten participants in the certification programmes.

COURSE OUTLINE

The programme follows the roadmap developed by the Association of Master Trainers in the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® method. Trivium is a co-founding member of the association, and Trivium trainer Jens Rottbøll (see bio below) is one initial people ever certified in the LSP Methodology in 2001 The training qualifies participants for the advanced training programmes offered by Trivium and other members of the Association of Master Trainers in the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® method. The full programme runs for four days, starting at 08.30 and ending at 17.30 each day except Day 3, which concludes with a shared dinner followed by group work in the evening.

 

Training programs in the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® method are hands-on and minds-on, and are delivered in a fun and intense “leaning-in” atmosphere. Our approach is for the participants to experience first, and then reflect on that experience.

The current program is an updated and improved version of the facilitator training we have delivered since LEGO launched LEGO SERIOUS PLAY in 2001.

 

OBJECTIVE 1

To experience and learn the LEGO SERIOUS PLAY methodology and the standard applications.
Real Time Strategy for the Team and Real Time Strategy for the Enterprise.

This training will offer you advanced insight into:

  • The 4 step Core Process and the 7 Application Techniques
  • The relationship between the methodology and its standard applications
  • The experience of LSP as an end user
  • Client experiences with LSP
  • The development history of the LEGO SERIOUS PLAY methodology

OBJECTIVE 2

To experience and learn the theories underpinning the methodology and the standard applications.
Real Time Strategy for the Team and Real Time Strategy for the Enterprise.

This training will offer you:

  • An understanding of the key learning concepts and opportunities to use the method to demonstrate them
  • Insights into how the theories impact the flow of the workshop

OBJECTIVE 3

To embed the knowledge needed to effectively develop and facilitate workshops using the LEGO SERIOUS PLAY methodology.

This training enables you to:

  • Heed the different styles of facilitating that should be adopted at different stages of the process
  • Become aware of critical parts of the methodology and applications (including what is flexible and what is not)
  • Appreciate the practicalities of the program workshop, especially the time required and the organization of the materials during the workshop
  • Recognize the artificial nature of the training ‘group’ compared to a group attending a real engagement
  • Become a proficient LEGO builder

OBJECTIVE 4

To practice designing customized applications of the LEGO SERIOUS PLAY methodology.

This training will provide a forum for you to:

  • Design a segment of a workshop with fellow trainees and receive peer feedback
  • Discuss how best to demonstrate the power of the methodology in a selling situation
  • Become familiar with the Facilitator Manual
  • Understand the practicalities associated with procuring and managing the LEGO material

 

Trivium’s facilitator training workshops in the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® methodology are designed to train both consultants and in-house corporate staff who want to facilitate a workshop that enhances innovation and business performance.

Our training programme prepares participants to:

  • Customise use of LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® methodology in an organisation
  • Develop and facilitate workshops using LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY®

TRAINER BIO

Jens Rottbøll, Partner, Chief Consultant, Diploma in Leadership, Leadership in the Knowledge Society at Insead and Wharton Business School, MBA facilitator (Strategy and Core Values), Candidate from Rhythmic Music Conservatory of Copenhagen and had his first management job within the Music Business. Amongst other he created the concert venue, VEGA in Copenhagen, which is awarded among the three best concert venues in Europe.
Jens holds a Diploma in Leadership, certified in Strategy Execution and certified as a coach from ICF (International Coach Federation)
Previously Jens has worked as Director of Human Ressources at Bang & Olufsen where he was responsible for development and global roll out of B&O’s corporate core values and mission statement. A role Jens has frequently played in large global organisations ever since.

Since 2001 Jens has delivered end-user workshop and programs for both large and small companies globally. His areas of expertise are strategy & corporate values, diversity intelligence, gender balance and unconscious bias mitigation. His focus is on solving real problems – in a real world and in real time using designs based on the LEGO® Serious Play® Methodology.
Thus he is one out of ten certified LEGO® Serious Play® trainers of facilitators world wide.

Jens has managed projects with global management groups from all over Europe, India, China, Asia, South America dealing with diversity management and cross cultural management after mergers and acquisitions.
This work has primarily taken place in USA, Canada, Brazil, France, Germany, Slovenia, Scandinavia, UK and Spain and the companies involved were: Wallmart,e-Bay, Siemens, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Denmark, Chr. Hansen, BASF, LEGO, Bang & Olufsen, Novo Nordisk, Züblin, BMI Group, DONG Energy (Orsted), IC Company, Pandora, Maersk Logistics and many more.

Jens manages projects and conducts training and workshops on enhancing Diversity Intelligence in organizations and on strategy and leadership.
In addition he is responsible for LIVING INSTITUTE’S leadership programs including modules on MBA programs world wide.

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