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  • Writer's pictureMateusz Górecki

Safe Space for Sharing

Creating a "Safe Space for Sharing" in a LEGO® Serious Play® session refers to fostering an environment where participants feel comfortable, respected, and free to express their thoughts, ideas, and feelings without fear of judgment or criticism.

This concept is essential for productive and open communication during the session. Here's a breakdown of what it means:

  • Comfort and Trust: Participants should feel at ease and trust that their contributions will be valued and respected. This comfort enables them to share their ideas and thoughts openly.

  • Non-Judgmental Atmosphere: In a safe space, there is an absence of judgment or negative criticism. Participants know that their input will not be ridiculed or dismissed.

  • Encouragement: Facilitators and fellow participants should encourage sharing and actively listen to one another. This support encourages individuals to speak up and engage in discussions.

  • Inclusivity: Everyone's voice matters, regardless of their role or level within the organization. Inclusivity ensures that diverse perspectives are welcomed.

  • Emotional Safety: Emotional safety is just as important as physical safety. Participants should feel emotionally secure to express their feelings, concerns, or personal experiences.

  • Confidentiality: What is shared in the session should remain confidential unless explicitly agreed upon otherwise. This confidentiality helps build trust.

  • Respect for Differences: Participants should respect and appreciate differences in opinions, experiences, and ideas. This creates an inclusive atmosphere where diverse viewpoints are valued.


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