Discovery & Design Thinking

Our team meets with you to discuss your needs and ideas in order to understand your team’s pain points/focus for workshop. We use this information to create the best workshop to meet team objectives and goals.

Creativity is the key that can turn the lock

to help you go through the doorway to a solution

Workshop Samples

  • Leadership
  • Finding Purpose and Passion
  • Core Values
  • Mission and Vision
  • Strengths
  • Teambuilding
  • Diversity & Inclusion
  • Tailored and customized

Because it not only involved teamwork and communication, but it forced us as individuals to recognize our “why” and our leadership strengths.

Business school student, Campbell University Lundy-Fetterman School of Business

It was challenging, but kept my mind working and was very fun.

Business school student, Campbell University Lundy-Fetterman School of Business students

It helps you visualize concepts and work as a team.

Business school student, Campbell University School Business School

It is a great way to express new ideas and learn to collaborate

Business school student, Campbell University School of Business

It was interesting to see things and hear things from other people’s perspectives and takes on leadership and their “why.”

Business school student, Campbell University School of Business

It helped me visualize and verbalize the why in what I do and who I am.

Business school student, Campbell University School of Business students

I liked the abstract concept of letting your hands think for you.

Business school student, Campbell University School of Business

I liked how it really sparked creativity; there was no right or wrong way to build. It helped you understand your team members better in a fun way.

Business school student, Campbell University School of Business students

I like that it encouraged individuality while also creating an atmosphere for positive team collaboration!

Business school student, Your Content Goes Here

Lego Serious Play is a way to bring to light people’s personalities and thought processes that I’ve never thought about. I believe that it is a good way to bring together new groups and repair damaged or struggling ones. And besides how many companies include Legos as an employee benefit?

Business school student, Campbell University School of Business