Jun 14, 2022 • 23M

E17: Facilitation - Make Work Fun Again: Tips for Being Playful at Work - Carsten Lutzen (Agile Coach at Lego Group)

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⚡️ Make Work Fun Again: Tips for Being Playful at Work

Do you believe that playfulness and productivity can coexist in the workplace? This is a question that many managers and employees have asked themselves. In this episode, Carsten Lutzen, an Agile Coach at Lego Group, takes a closer look at this topic and shares his insights. He explores whether or not you should be playful at work and the potential benefits it can bring.

Carsten Lutzen (Agile Coach at Lego Group)

Carsten is a playful Agile Coach at the LEGO Group. He shares content every week on his YouTube Channel within facilitation, Liberating Structures, Agile, Coaching, and other topics he finds interesting. Carsten has a deep passion for getting people and teams to work together in a positive and constructive way where there is room for everybody.

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