Party favour question – window kit as a takeaway for conf participants

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    Avatar Darcy Roberts

    Hi everyone. I’m going to be doing a couple of LSP breakout sessions as part of a larger one day offsite/conference on career development for internal people at a university here in Canada in March. Not all participants will be attending my sessions.

    I’ve been asked the following: We would like to order 300 window kits for the conference as a takeaway for every attendee. We would love to include a label on the kit that would provide attendees with a short Lego exercise they could do from work or home. Please let us know if this is possible.

    Any brilliant ideas for this? I’m drawing a bit of a blank in terms of a meaningful exercise without all of the warm-ups for those who don’t participant in the breakouts.

    Avatar Francine Masson

    Hello Darcy,
    I’m near Montréal and I had to be creative at several occasions. If you wish to talk, I will be please to connect with you and share or create something innovative with you.
    Francine Masson

    Avatar Darcy Roberts

    Francine, thank you – I’ve sent you a connection request on LinkedIn so we can arrange a quick Zoom. Looking forward!

    Avatar Stephen Dann

    I’ve done a few give-away sessions with the LSP kits, and I’ve got a few exercises that I use which come with preset printable instructions, so if you’re interested, you’re more than welcome to use a couple of the activities.

    Avatar Darcy Roberts

    Stephen, that would be wonderful. I’ve sent you an invite to connect on LinkedIn – my email is in the invite. Thank you so much!

    Avatar Marcela Urteaga

    Hi Darcy,

    I work at York University and I’m starting to use LSP. Let me know you would like to discuss where you are and what you need.



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