Mariana Trigo: Helping an Agile team recover from COVID19 isolation side effects

In the COVID19 year, there are many challenges that teams need to overcome, not the least of which is the isolation from other teams, and the rest of the company. When we can only meet through a previously scheduled online meeting, the number of connections and conversations is limited to the team we work daily with. In this story, we hear about a team that started to develop the “us against them” mentality because they were not in contact with other teams. 

Listen in to learn how Mariana helped this team get out of their inward focus, and accept that to succeed they needed to work with stakeholders outside the team.

Featured Book of the Week: How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie

As Mariana struggled to convince teams on how to move forward she searched for inspiration in this classic book. How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carenegie helped her to learn how to communicate ideas, in a way that engages and brings out the best in the collaboration with the team members. The book helped her to shape her communication to the situation and the team member she was speaking with.

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About Mariana Trigo

Mariana’s path from Biology to Retail to IT, is a unique path in the search for purpose and the feeling of belonging. Helping development teams to reach their full potential by improving processes and people. Her favorite time is retrospective time, probably connected with her need to constantly get out of her comfort zone. 

You can link with Mariana Trigo on LinkedIn.

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