How I changed a team by doing "nothing"
Are you struggling to implement change in your organization? Is your team resisting your influence? Does your team believe they are a high-performing, mature team, therefore do not need to change? Are you actively trying to bring about improvements without results?
If this is you, then you need to stop what you're doing. Yes, stop everything and do 'nothing'. This means stop pushing against the resistance, stop driving people onto the Agile bandwagon. Instead, influence your environment by telling stories, model the behaviours that you would like to see, and most importantly be real.
This talk illustrates a different approach to initiate change. Attendees will walk away with a list of pragmatic techniques to influence teams.
Outline/Structure of the Experience Report
00:00 Intro, get to know the room: what roles are present, what attendees hoping to learn. (This helps tune the content to be more relevant to the room)
00:05 the difference between change and influence.
00:10 techniques to influence.(model behaviour, be transparent, be vulnerable, follow through, be supportive, use your informal network, NLP, etc)
00:35 recap, attendees to share insights
- Techniques to influence others
Change agents that have some tough nuts to crack
Prerequisites for Attendees