Asia Savvy: LEGO Serious play workshop

Asia Savvy: LEGO Serious play workshop

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Unleash Space, Faculty of Engineering,

20 Symonds Street

Bldg 402, Room 450

Auckland, Auckland 1010

New Zealand

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Building cross-cultural intelligence - LEGO Serious Play workshop

About this event

One hour workshop followed by pizza! For all tertiary students - join us for this unique opportunity to boost your cross-cultural intelligence with fellow students.

The idea of LEGO Serious Play was developed in Switzerland by two academics in conjunction with the LEGO CEO in the 1990s. It is a style of learning, applicable over a variety of themes, designed to improve your creative thinking and communication skills.

The workshop will be run by Dr Antje Fielder (Accredited LEGO Serious Play Facilitator) and Mai Pham.

Date: Wednesday, 27 July 2022

Time: 2-3pm Workshop

3-3.30pm (pizza and refreshments)

Venue: UnLeash Space (Room 450), Faculty of Engineering, (Building 402, University of Auckland, 20 Symonds Street, Auckland

About the Facilitators:

Antje Fiedler, The University of Auckland Business School

Antje is Senior Lecturer in the Management and International Business Department at The University of Auckland Business School. Antje is also teaching in the Business School’s MBA programme. Her research interests include growth and internationalisation of firms, with a focus on emerging Asia, and employment relations. She is Deputy Director of the New Zealand Asia Institute and a member of the Academic Advisory Team of the Southeast Asia Centre of Asia-Pacific Excellence.

Mai Pham, The University of Auckland Business School

Mai Pham is a doctoral candidate in the Marketing Department at the University of Auckland Business School. Her PhD research revolves around branding and value co-creation theories, focusing on the context of nation branding. Her general research interests are situated within branding, place branding, regional development, and mindful consumption. Prior to joining the University of Auckland Business School, Mai worked in different positions in the policy consulting industry.

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