Lego Serious Play identity work
The Lego Serious Play identity work sessions below have been designed as a pilot for the The Centre for Performance programme staff and students at Central Saint Martins college of Art and Design. The programme is being designed/adapted in a specific context to meet the POI project objectives.
The Professional Online Identities (see overview) project will identify and develop specific digital literacies/hard and soft skills (Presentation and Relational skills) in maintaining professional online identities with the aim of enhancing student/graduate employability and industry readiness. Project forum The Art of Enterprise & Employability in Art & Design HE.
|TITLE||Lego Serious Play identity work - Professional online identities|
|FACILITATOR:||Fred Meller (Course staff)|
|PARTICIPANTS:||The Centre for Performance programme staff and students, the POI project team are all welcome to join the sessions.|
This hands on workshop will focus your mind on what is most important for you in your professional identity. What are your core values, what are your special attributes, what is unique about you and your work that will make your outfacing online presence or portfolio stand out as original, distinctive and true.
Using Lego Serious Play Methodology means only a limited number can take part at each session so that each person gets the full benefit of the experience.
Leave behind technology and take a step back from your usual ways of working for a few hours to explore, evaluate and stumble upon.
|DURATION:||2 / 2.5 hours|
|NUMBERS:||10 max per session - 8-10 is optimum|
See workshop feedback notes Professional Identities Workshop #legoseriousplay
16th April 2.-4.30 M304 stage 2 and 3
19th April 2-4 all stages B105
26th 2-4 all stages B105
3rd May 11-1 and 2-4 all stages B105
firstname.lastname@example.org only sign up through the Centre for Performance Admin.
|EQUIPMENT:||Lego SP kits - TBC|
|LOCATION:||See dates above|
Only sign up through the Centre for Performance Admin.
The programme will create and adapt existing training to meet the needs of this agile developed programme, (we want to offer bespoke/new training and contexts currently not available to staff and students). We will be adding a section to the developing programme that highlights what training is currently available at UAL and how they can make the most of what there is e.g existing Learn IT training, CLTAD training and Lynda etc.
If you would like to contribute to this project please contact Chris Follows email@example.com