Building Transformational Leaders: LEGO® Serious Play®

Lead with Presence:

Understanding the concept of transformative learning is the foundation needed for leaders to operationalize how to deal with issues. This course takes a design thinking approach to problem-solving in successful leadership. Using metaphors and symbolism to construct real issues faced by industry leaders, this course introduces an iterative process to mediate and solve issues in a group setting through LEGO® Serious Play®.

Thursday, October 13, 2022
8 am – 2 pm
Part of the Lead Without Limits: A Professional Development Series

Program Fees
Price per single course: QAR 1,800*
Price for the entire series: QAR 5,600

Contact Zaubash Shakir at for more information.

*Discounts available on single course registration for corporate groups and QF Alumni.

About the Instructor

Dr. M. Evren Tok is Associate Professor and Assistant Dean for Innovation and Community Advancement, Program Coordinator for Islam and Global Affairs Program at College of Islamic Studies, Hamad Bin Khalifa University. Dr. Tok also acts as the regional coordinator for the Executive Master’s Program (Development Policies and Practices) jointly offered by the Graduate Institute of Geneva and Hamad Bin Khalifa University). He is the co-editor of Policy Making in a Transformative State: The Case of Qatar, published by Palgrave MacMillan, 2016. His recent publications, “Global Governance and Muslim Organizations” published by Palgrave MacMillan, and Innovating South-South Cooperation by University of Ottawa Press in 2020. He is the director of a QNRF-funded cluster (2021-2026) entitled “SDG Education and Global Citizenship in Qatar”. He is the Lead Project Investigator for Qatar National Research Fund Priority Program for 3 years on “Localizing Entrepreneurship Education in Qatar”. He is the founder of the maker space entitled Maker Majlis: Islam in a Global World, which received the Qatar Sustainability Award under Best University Initiative in 2020. 

Evren is smiling slightly at the camera. He is wearing a traditional Arab white thobe and gutra, with dark brown rectangular glasses.