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Wednesday, August 5 • 10:45 - 12:00
Build Strong Teams through Trust & Alignment (David Hawks, Doc List) POPULAR

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One of the key aspects of high performing Agile teams is trust. Trust is hard to define, and sometimes hard to earn and to give.
In this session, as a group we explore common team dysfunctions, such as lack of trust and alignment. You will learn a number of techniques for coaching teams such as journeylines, personal maps and constellation. After exploring and learning, you will conduct two exercises in groups: Moving Motivators, and a Team Values Exercise. These tools help teams work through conflict and change, and are valuable tools in your toolbox. These exercises also empower you to create and commit to an action plan that strengthens your team through trust and alignment.
Learning Outcomes:
  • List three or more common team dysfunctions
  • Identify five techniques for building team trust
  • Feel comfortable facilitating a “team trust and alignment” exercise

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David Hawks

CEO, Agile Velocity
David Hawks is a Certified Scrum Coach and Certified Scrum Trainer who has played almost every role in product development: developer, architect, ScrumMaster, manager, Product Owner, and executive. He has a background of building highly productive Agile teams and a passion for helping others achieve similar success. David speaks frequently at conferences and local user meet-ups. As CEO of Agile Velocity, David brings his broad experience... Read More →
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Doc List

Senior Director, Training, Agile Velocity LLC
It's all about the people. Practices and methods and frameworks and... all of that is in service to enabling and supporting people in working effectively and working together.

Wednesday August 5, 2015 10:45 - 12:00
Chesapeake 1/2/3