The Art of the Team: Driving Behavioral Change

Building a successful team presents many known challenges, but most of them are not technical or related to Agile skills. In the 12th State of Agile Report (2018) the top two challenges to adopting Agile reported were organizational culture and resistance to change. The outcome of any team project is reliant on the behavior or each individual on the team and the way they interact with the other members of the team. This collective behavior determines the productivity and success of the team. Utilizing techniques from one of the world's leading executive coaches, this session will discuss three key areas team behavior:

  • Individual behavior change
  • Understanding the dynamics of the relationships in a team
  • Coaching others to achieve the first two areas

“To help others develop – start with yourself.”

 
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The Art of the Team

Introduction

A summary of the problems teams face everyday working together and being productive.

Individual behavior change

Why is it so difficult for people to change? What makes positive, lasting behavioral change so challenging?

  1. Understand the immutable truths.
  2. Recognize the triggers that stop behavioral change in its tracks.

Understanding the dynamics of the relationships in a team

Working as a team of one is simple. As the team grows, productivity may suffer and progress may slow to a crawl. What has changed?

Coaching others to become better

There are many methods to help someone change their behavior. Which one is best?

Learning Outcome

In this interactive session, you will learn to:

  • Understand the key success factors to achieve positive, long-term, measurable change in behavior
  • Understand how to help the members of your team become better
  • Let go of the past

Target Audience

Anyone who participates in, manages, or sponsors an Agile team.

Prerequisites for Attendees

The only prerequisite is a willingness to become better.

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