Embracing Vulnerability - Exploring WellbeingMarie-Christine Legault
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My experience report is based on many years of collaborating with PEOPLE....and learning how to really collaborate better.
Being authentic is a place I dial into when I am true to myself. It's about the choice to show up and be real. This allows vulnerability to be present and it's a choice we can make every day.
I call it being honest - with ourselves and with others.
This experience report will step beyond traditional Agile Values ... and share what I discovered with clients, global organizations and the United Nations - the presentation/experience report has (ups and downs) -
Let's explore useful learnings about agile and human techniques to help participants gain insight and develop important skills with the people and the teams you encounter - let's explore wellbeing!
I was at Agile2016 in Atlanta to present this year an experience report about Agile Marketing - the most important outcome from this conference for me - was the number of people who wanted to talk to me after my presentation about:
Vulnerability, happiness, trusting ourselves, wellbeing, speed to market and how to talk to clients, clients -clients!!
This talk is centered around client servicing, client solution making, relationship development stages and collaborative drivers.
Marie-Christine’s personal hands on client experience and project management will provide participants a unique outlook on process, and discover how to bridge the gap between PEOLE (client, executives, stakeholders, teams) and the business. It’s a fundamental shift in mindset. Instead of focusing on what you can sell or deliver, the focus is shifted to what are the needs while leveraging rapid iterations for maximum output and trust.
Few of us consciously choose vulnerability.
Why? The stakes are too high.
What we've learnt as Agile CoachesJeff KosciejewEllen GroveSue JohnstonArdita KarajLee EllottAndrew AnnettJeff "Cheezy" Morgan
schedule 8 months agoSold Out!
Join a panel of experienced Agile Coaches for a discussion and Q&A of their experiences as coaches. Each of the panelists has a different background, and a unique journey into their role as an Agile Coach. Along the way, they've each built up a wide and diverse set of skills, from their careers, interactions, and experiences.
What have some successes been?
How do we even define success for ourself, as an Agile Coach?
More importantly (and hopefully more entertaining), will be some of the lessons learned... We'll explore what was tried, but had a surprising and unexpected outcome.
And, we'll discuss some of the ways experienced coaches continue to learn, share, grow, and develop everyday!