LEGO® Serious Play


The LEGO® Serious Play Method is a facilitated meeting, communication and problem-solving process in which participants are led through a series of questions, probing deeper into the subject. Each 3D model made by the individual is in response to the facilitator’s questions using specially selected LEGO® elements. These 3D models serve as a basis for group discussion, knowledge sharing, problem solving and decision making.


It is a technique which improves group problem solving. By utilising visual, auditory and kinesthetic skills, the Method requires participants to learn and listen, and it provides all participants with a voice. The Method serves as a shared language regardless of culture or position. It is also a method that requires a trained LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® facilitator.

It is a radical, innovative, experiential process designed to enhance business performance, based on the belief that everyone can contribute to the discussion, the decisions and the outcome. The use of LEGO® elements enables you to take a speedy shortcut to the core. The LEGO® elements work as a catalyst – and when used for building metaphors, they trigger processes that you probably were previously unaware of. Workshop participants leave with skills to communicate more effectively, to engage their imagination more readily, and to approach their work with increased confidence, commitment and insight.

What We Offer


We currently offer 4 types of training:


One to one session – £60 – (90 mins)


Introduction – £500 – Up to 8 people


1. Delivers the basic principles and philosophy, upon which everything else is built
2. Introduces materials – a set of specially selected LEGO® bricks and pieces; including standard lego bricks, Duplo, a small building plate, minifigures, special pieces such as a globe
3. The ‘applications’ – detailed roadmaps of different workshops which make use of the principles and philosophy, and the materials


Level one – £1000 – Up to 8 people




1. The origins of Serious Play


2. Why use Bricks


3. Why make things instead of just talking


4. What is serious play and what isn’t serious play


Level two – £1000 – Up to 8 people


Covers the core of Lego Serious Play Concept:


1. Process structure: a) challenge b) building c) sharing


2. Introduction of bricks as implements to create viable, tangible 3D models that represent thought, ideas and representations


3. Participants’ etiquette


4. Facillitators’ code of conduct 

Learn more about the possibilities of LEGO® Serious Play

Get in touch to discuss availability as well as information around our personalised packages

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