Teaming in Agility: The Art of Excellence
Forming around an initiative to deliver productive outcomes can challenge the strongest of teams. It is even more difficult for individuals coming together during the transition. Often the responsiveness of the needs can be lost in process and system assumptions. Individuals under such a charge are left with a sense of being pawns in a chess match, making them feel less human. Teaming falters. Both the leader and the team member have responsibilities: The leader must unravel the complexity of the process, employ a human-first mindset, and foster safety and collaboration; the team member must be the innovative disruptor, embrace team membership, and fail forward. Both need to come together to serve the charge. Join Nabila Safdar as she shares stories of teams that came together to deliver a seemingly impossible charge. The teams challenged the system and shifted metrics toward empowerment and delight, all inspired by team motivational exercises and candid self-assessments. You'll leave with a toolkit for team development and simplifying your process.