Liberating Structures Immersion : Unlocking to Unleashing !

About Liberating Structures

Liberating Structures offer a revolutionary solution to collaboration in groups. Invented by Henri Lipmanowicz and Keith McCandless, Liberating Structures are a set of microstructures (33 at the moment) that use a handful of simple rules to unleash and involve everyone - no matter the size of the group.

About the Immersion Workshop

I will demonstrate the power of Liberating Structures in 90-mins quick Immersion using Strings (I will string 5 LS together to solve a problem to demonstrate participants how to use them in their real life. By immersing themselves in 5-6 Liberating Structures, participants will learn how to use them to help others work at the top of their intelligence and creativity.


There won't be any slides for this workshop. The entire activity will be demonstrated using number of LS.(Strings)

You could find some pictures of LS workshop from the website of mine. I am happy to provide more information if you want. I have been running the same as part of my meetups.


Outline/Structure of the Workshop

1. Introduction Carousel, Prompts Invitation

2. Networking Impromptu

3. System Thinking Panarchy

4. 1-2-4 all

5. What? So what ? now what?

6. 25/10 Crowd Sourcing

7. Fish bowl ending

Learning Outcome

At the end of this session, Participants will be able to understand how to use Liberating Structures at their work to involve and unleash everyone's participation. Participants will get insights about how to move from Structured Meetings to Liberated Structures that unleashes the power of everyone.

Target Audience


Prerequisites for Attendees

No pre-requisite

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