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NEWS: SeriousWork trains the LEGO Foundation

A career highlight is when you get to train LEGO how to facilitate LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY®...

After reviewing numerous LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® training approaches, we were elated that The LEGO Foundation selected SeriousWork to run a two day Build Level 1 and Build Level 2 masterclass for their team in Switzerland.

"We felt honoured to take our unique practiced-based and facilitation centred approach to leaning LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® to the LEGO Foundation," said SeriousWork founder Sean Blair.

The course followed the same outline and objectives that underpins our two day public and in-house training meaning that graduates of the SeriousWork LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® are in some really cool company.

"Thank you, Sean, for 2 amazing and inspiring days"

Laura Paola Finsterbusch HR & Capability Building

#LEGOHACK 2: Reverse Stud

Sometimes builds need the brick stud direction to be reversed, if you ever need to do this (or help someone else) then you can use our '$100 Stud to Stud hack'. Simply use any 2x1 tile (a brick with no studs, like the $100 brick) as a way to connect studs to studs.

LEGOHACKS-HUNDRED-DOLLAR-STUD-TO-STUD

Here is another way to achieve the same thing using LEGO Round Tile 1 x 1 - these are often found in the LEGO Classic Boxes.

There are other ways to achieve the same thing... watch out for future hacks or sign up for more hacks in future newsletters here.

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