When a team is starting down the conflict path there are signs we can detect early enough to help them. In this episode we talk about the signals of conflict, and when the conflict starts to become too big to solve without management intervention.
Conflict is one of the ways in which teams destroy themselves, listen in to learn about what you can do to avoid or resolve the conflict.
Featured Book of the Week: Radical Candor by Kim Scott
In Radical Candor by Kim Scott, Massimiliano found something that changed his view on how to provide feedback. One takeaway was: “it’s crucial that the person getting the feedback knows that I want the best for them”. Do you care for the people you give feedback to?
About Massimiliano Fattorusso
Massimiliano has a strong interest in agile methodologies and lean principles. He is keen on sharing lessons learned as a speaker at international and local conferences. Empathy, creativity, and drive to innovate is part of his identity. Massimiliano is not afraid of addressing the uncomfortable truth, that’s how he helps bring teams forward.
In this episode, we discuss the common anti-pattern of teams that are nothing but a loosely coupled group of individuals. Where collaboration is difficult, if not impossible. A group that can’t work well together because they share very little that would make them a team.
We then discuss the approaches, the tools, and strategies that Donna Marie used to help that group of people become a real team.
Featured Book of the Week: Scrum Mastery by Geoff Watts
In Scrum Mastery by Geoff Watts, Donna Marie found practical advice for her journey as a Scrum Master. She especially appreciated the real-life stories that the author shares. Those stories helped her connect with the Scrum Master role as well as learn valuable practices and strategies for her role.
About Donna Marie Lee
Former software engineer turned pragmatic change agent working in Tokyo. Enthusiastic about inspiring teams to be great and achieve their goals.
Certified Scrum Professional with more than 5 years experience in training, facilitating and coaching agile and scrum practices. Previously worked as a Line Manager and Team Lead responsible for nurturing the growth and maturity of teams and individuals within the company.