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    The facilitation of choice

    Andrew Burrows
    Andrew Burrows
    schedule 2 years ago
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    60 mins
    Talk
    Intermediate

    You often hear people ask, "Does the ScrumMaster role need to be a full-time role?". Obviously, the answer is yes. And you can point to results that you should expect to see from teams served by full-time, dedicated ScrumMasters. And you can detail the different aspects of the role that require such dedication. But the root of the issue is a misunderstanding of the ScrumMaster role.

    One the surface, the ScrumMaster role is relatively simple; to serve the team by removing obstacles, facilitating meetings and coaching. Dig deeper, and the role becomes far more nuanced. The ScrumMaster role is one of nurture and change.

    This session analyzes the ScrumMaster role through the lens of choice as an outcome. That is, that the role of the ScrumMaster is to facilitate the choice of an individual to be agile. The role of the ScrumMaster is to enable the behaviors that lead to agility, within the team and the organization.

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    Building an Effective and High Performing Team in any Environment

    Jessica Soroky
    Jessica Soroky
    schedule 2 years ago
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    60 mins
    Workshop
    Beginner

    You’ve read all the industry books, you’ve gotten your certifications and now you have a team staring at you waiting for you to take the lead. There is no hesitation about how to perform the basics -- determining roles and scheduling meetings -- but how do you take an ordinary team and kick start an effective, high performing team?

    Whether you have a brand new team or you’re the new guy on an existing team, the tools and techniques you will learn in this session have proven to be effective from not-for-profits and state government to private sector insurance.

    As an accredited Leadership Gift Coach Jessica focuses on vocabulary, shared responsibility, team agreements, and utilizing gamification to set the stage for a powerful and effective team no matter what methodology they use. 

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