Bulbb helps individuals, teams and organisations make the most of everyone. We do this by creating meaningful dialogues in playful facilitated workshops and meetings – using LEGO® Serious Play® and other playful techniques – that stimulate creativity, breakthrough thinking and psychological safety.
We work across strategy, team development, innovation, service design and change – whether in standalone workshops or as part of a wider initiative within your organisation.
Find out how we can help you make the most of everyone here.
In a rapidly changing environment for collaboration, we provide training in designing and running productive, inventive meetings applying the principles that underpin playful methods like LSP to any collaborative undertaking.
Find out more about Playful Principles® meeting training here.
We also run hands-on leadership sessions at conferences and seminars that rapidly give delegates the opportunity to play with ideas and have deep conversations that go beyond the usual networking.
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About Richard Gold
Bulbb’s founder, Richard is a Certified Facilitator in the LEGO Serious Play method and materials and has run workshops using LSP and other playful and not so playful methods for organisations of many kinds in the private, public and third sectors.
He is also an experienced manager and consultant with an MBA from INSEAD and more than 25 years’ blue chip experience leading projects and facilitating workshops across a range of disciplines including strategy, innovation, customer experience, corporate branding and digital transformation.
In a world that is that is changing at an accelerating pace, he passionately believes that purposeful play can help organisations and teams to solve some of their biggest issues.
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About LEGO® Serious Play®
LSP is a facilitated thinking, communication and problem solving method for use with groups. It uses LEGO bricks to build stories about the intangible ideas you work with in your business and brings them into the physical world through the use of metaphor and play.
Participants are led through a series of questions developed to suit the purpose of the workshop. Each participant builds his or her own three-dimensional LEGO model in response to the facilitator’s questions using specially selected LEGO bricks. These 3D models serve as the basis for group discussion, knowledge sharing, problem solving and decision making.
LSP taps into new neuroscience discoveries and the link between hand and brain. It draws on extensive research from the fields of business, organisational development, psychology and learning. It builds on learning theories of contructivism and constructionism – that we can build new learning in the mind by building in the world.
What this means in practice is that everyone participates all the time, thinking with their hands, listening with their eyes, surfacing knowledge they didn’t know they had and collaborating to create new shared knowledge.
Seriously playful clients
Across the world, commercial, public and third sector organisations of all shapes and sizes are discovering the power of LEGO® Serious Play® in many different applications, including strategy development, team development, change management, innovation, service design, research and many others.
Below is a selection of clients we have worked (and played) with recently. Do come and join in.
And if you’d like to find out more about the power of playful approaches and how LEGO® Serious Play® can help you to unleash it, take a look at these articles by Bulbb’s Richard Gold which describe the ways that playfulness supercharges your teams’ most important interactions:
- Making collaboration effective again
- Building instant psychological safety
- Making the most of each other: a more hands-on approach to knowledge management
- Deconstructing the principles of LEGO SERIOUS Play for productive, inventive remote meetings
- Why it’s time to upskill how we run meetings (especially, but not only, remote ones)
- The mini-transformations that change the team dynamics in a moment
- Removing the disconnect between senior and junior team members
- The neuroscience of play, work and breaking down silos
- The importance of shared meaning
- Making the most of the diversity of your team
- How to make the most of your team in 2020