I'm trying to gather stories,or write ups people have done on their training with StrategicPlay with Katrin or Jacquie, plus Denise at MCI. I've pulled together the ones I know about in a blog post here: http://www.abdn.ac.uk/~csc228/blog/?p=312 If you know of others people have written up could you please put them in the comments.
I just think that this is all so useful, that we should make it easier for people to find out its value and know where to go for more information. My little way of giving something back I guess.
Congratulations on running your first session.
Thanks for this idea. I will suggest to people that they come to see what you are doing and add their stories here.
Thanks Jacquie. Much appreciated.
Maybe you can also ask Ellen to finish her brief piece from earlier on SP and LSP http://masteringtheobvious.wordpress.com/tag/lego-serious-play/ from January?
Yes, I just sent her this link so she will likely visit when she has a chance.
I'm looking forward to hearing more from everyone.
If you have a look at my blog, there are some examples there of sessions we have delivered successflly for clients. We in fact have a full case study of a client where we saved them over $250,000 in recruitment costs through reduction of team turnover. We won the major training award in Australia in recognition of this achievement.
thanks. What I am wanting to pull together are posts from participants about their stories so that these could be pulled together easily. At the moment there doesn't seem to be any easy way to find the ones outside of the MCI and StrategicPlay sites themselves and those are the ones I was interested in gathering together.
Here's our latest:
Did you see our link regarding the case studies that we have posted?
thanks. I've now added a link to them in the article. Still fondly remember the sleeping giant from when visiting Thunder Bay on summer holiday as part of a camping trip from childhood in Minneapolis ;-)
I also updated the original blog text to mention MCI. Sorry it's taken so long. Forgot about this post until Jacquie's prodded my memory.