“I never played with LEGO® bricks before, can I still follow this workshop?” This question often arises among participants who are new to LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® (LSP) workshops.

The answer is a resounding yes, and here’s why. Skill-building exercises integrated at the beginning of each session are specifically designed to address such concerns. These exercises serve as a gentle introduction to the methodology, providing participants with the foundational skills needed to engage effectively with LEGO® bricks and the LSP process. Whether you’re a novice or an experienced builder, these initial activities are tailored to accommodate varying levels of familiarity with LEGO®, ensuring that everyone can participate and contribute meaningfully to the workshop.

Moreover, the skill-building phase is not just about learning how to use LEGO® bricks; it’s also about building confidence. As you embark on simple building tasks and witness your creations take shape, you’ll experience a sense of achievement and empowerment. This newfound confidence serves as a powerful motivator, encouraging active participation and fostering a positive mindset throughout the workshop. So, even if you’ve never played with LEGO® before, rest assured that with the support of skill-building exercises and the collaborative environment of an LSP workshop, you’ll quickly find yourself immersed in the creative process, ready to unleash your imagination and contribute valuable insights to the discussion.

For instance, in a recent LSP workshop conducted at PT Indika Energy Tbk., participants from diverse backgrounds came together to explore strategies for enhancing workplace innovation. Many of them had never engaged in a LEGO®-based activity before. However, as the session kicked off with skill-building exercises, participants quickly familiarized themselves with the LEGO® bricks and techniques for building. Through guided activities, they learned how to communicate ideas effectively through their models, regardless of their prior experience. As the workshop progressed, these participants not only actively contributed to the discussions but also led the way in using LEGO® as a tool for creative problem-solving. This example underscores the effectiveness of skill-building exercises in enabling participants to overcome initial apprehensions and fully embrace the LSP methodology, regardless of their level of familiarity with LEGO® bricks.

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