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to become a real slasher, something more than the usual linearity
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A successful workshop guarantees concrete results for both participants and the organization.
To build it, you need to know the organizational logic, master the most suited tools and methods, to involve everyone and accompany the individual as well as the group dynamic.
It is essential to manage these dimensions in all phases of the workshop, from design to animation and to debrief, wisely dosing flexibility and directivity to reach the goal.
For this reason, in my many years of experience, I have created a diversified educational background that includes approaches to people, teams and companies.
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Among my greatest satisfactions: the creation of the first LEGO Education Innovation French Studio, in the heart of the Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie in Paris.
Agility, innovation, techniques to stimulate creativity and manage individual and team’s innovation. Because creativity is not the privilege of a few, but the ability of each of us to find new solutions. With the right techniques, you can experiment your creativity, so that it becomes an everyday competence.
I was lucky enough to study neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) with Robert DILTS, one of the most prominent researchers on the subject. Dilts has worked a lot on belief systems, the “systemic” and the technique of logical levels. He has also developed the third generation of NLP, focused on communication, learning and change.
Observing Thiagi in action is fascinating: he knows how to manage groups with mastery, guaranteeing active and long-lasting participation. I learned a lot from him. Thanks to his generosity in the Masterclass, I have acquired the secrets of creating tailor-made activities myself. There is nothing better than Thiagi to explain Thiagi:
What is ‘game’? What are its dynamics and components? How can they be used to make daily activities more engaging? Thanks to Kevin Werbach, I found the ‘food for thought’ to enrich my offer of services. Because ‘game is all about learning’ (K.W.), or a well-balanced mix of problem-solving, critical thinking and motivation,
Among the most beautiful formations of which I have been able to benefit, to understand the andragogy (the learning of adults) and acquire the technicality of the profession of corporate trainer (pedagogical engineering, animation and evaluation). A complex job we cannot improvise, because it is not enough to be an expert to be able to transmit and help people to evolve.
Two NLP Masters, also pioneers in the study of collaborative dynamics and collective intelligence
The team is an organism in itself. As for the individual, it needs support to grow until it reaches its maturity. Then it can give its best in terms of collaboration, creativity and innovation.
The LEGO®SERIOUS PLAY® approach allows a 3D modelling of abstract concepts, for an improved communication, collaboration and creativity when facing complexity.
Thinking about complexity implies knowing how to accept the coexistence of antinomic realities. Thanks to Liz Monroe Cook and the tools of Polarity Thinking, the paradox makes sense and manage its consequences a vital and strategic game.
Ami Jo Kim is a reference author in the world of gamification. In particular, she has developed Game Thinking, a rapid innovation management method that exploits the techniques of involvement and progression typical of video games.
In 2014 I joined LEGO Education, the educational branch of the LEGO group, creating solutions to “learn to learn” in a playful way. It was an essential experience: I investigated the theories of
In 2007, I joined the Hachette group to represent its publishers in the French West Indies, French Guiana and Europe). Travelling a lot, I encountered different approaches to selling.
Based on cognitive neuroscience, this approach taught me to manage change with serenity. I have learned (and I continue to learn) the techniques to stimulate ‘adaptive intelligence’, that is the intuition, empathy and creativity needed to manage