March 23, 2018
12:55 - 13:15
‘Learning’ has become a tricky word. It means different things to different people and more often than not, it has a tendency to always take a back foot when we become ‘too busy’. There is a wonderful saying by Mahatma Gandhi: “Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.” Whether we consciously realise it or not, we never stop learning. Learning can be implemented in many different shapes and forms. We learn when we read the newspaper or watch the news, we learn when we have a friendly conversation or a tough debate and my personal favourite, we learn when we fail and make mistakes. For us, however, at #play14, we’re all about the experiential and kinaesthetic learning.
#play14 is a movement, which is designed to bring together like-minded people who share the common idea that playing is one of the best ways to learn especially in the workplace. Founded in Luxembourg, #play14 has grown and scaled across 12 countries within Europe including London, Germany, Italy and Spain. We believe in the power of playfulness, whether it’s through games, metaphors or experiments.
As Benjamin Franklin once said, ‘Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.’
So, if you want to learn more about our what happens at our events such as schedules, learnings and outcomes, then come along, have a listen and ask any question you like.