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Fear as a Positive Force

2019-03-04T11:15:15+13:00Mar 4th, 2019|All|

What if...instead of fear freezing and paralysing individuals and teams, what if fear was a positive force.......??? Fear inspires courage! ... Courage inspires Curiosity! ... Curiosity inspires action! ... Action [...]

Exceptional Agile Performance – Culture, Autonomy & Feedback

2020-02-06T00:56:34+13:00Feb 27th, 2019|Agile Culture/ Teal Cultures, Agile Exceptional Performance, Agile Mindsets, Behaviour & Leadership|

Exceptional Agile performance is a blend of process, practice and people. The way people use the practices and concepts around Agile determines what happens. This means that to create an environment where [...]

Exceptional Agile Performance Secrets – SEE THE WORK

2020-02-06T00:59:22+13:00Feb 11th, 2019|Agile Exceptional Performance, Agile Mastery/ Practical Agile, Learning Agile, Visualisation|

Me : How does the team see its work ? Scrum Master: Oh! We use Jira! I can see the relief on the SM's face. Bullet dodged, check box checked. [...]

Creating Flow – The 20:80 Collaboration Rule

2020-02-06T01:02:41+13:00Feb 6th, 2019|Agile Mastery/ Practical Agile, Agile Mindsets, Behaviour & Leadership, Flow|

We speak about collaboration and bemoan the fact that our teams aren’t using it, but do we actually want collaboration ? Without it we can’t get work to flow inside [...]

Taking Servant Leadership to a New Level – A New Workshop (Finding Your Agile Blind Spot)

2020-02-06T01:04:33+13:00Jan 13th, 2019|Agile Mindsets, Behaviour & Leadership, Learning Agile, Servant Leadership|

I have been working with Servant Leadership as a 3-day immersion workshop for over 2 years. The workshop is powerful as it takes participants into one of the most persistent [...]

People, Roles and Flow – From Anti-pattern to Pattern

2020-02-06T01:41:33+13:00Nov 21st, 2018|Agile Mastery/ Practical Agile, Agile Roles, Flow, Personal Mastery|

I am not a fan of roles, well at least not a fan of how big corporates use them – like a blunt instrument to keep people in a pre-defined [...]

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