Applying Agile Material Science for High performance teams
Human body is made of lot of materials. Mother Nature has natural science properties and wonderful logic on these materials. In this presentation, I present how we can Identify the good materialistic science properties that Humans possess, how we can leverage and encourage them to build high performance teams.
Using a natural way to groom your team members, motivate them to deliver and work together towards success. You will be surprised to know how by having a deep understanding of these properties, you can transform an ordinary individual and medicore teams into highly charged, motivated and super delivery teams.
Nature is awesome. So are humans. Come and join me in using a natural way to build high performance teams.
Outline/Structure of the Demonstration
- Introduction - 3 minutes
- Know your material - 7 minutes
- Inner strength properties - 10 minutes
- Outer strength properties - 10 minutes
- Simulation Game - 10 minutes
- Debrief and Feedback - 5 minutes
- Build high-performance teams
- Learn how to build trust and confidence among team members
- As a Manager, learn how to deliver projects using motivated team members
- Apply the logic to transform dull team members into awesome performers
Agile Team Members, Project Managers
schedule Submitted 6 years ago
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