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Wednesday, July 30 • 15:45 - 17:00
Amazing Results Through Healthy Relationships (Martin Alaimo) FULL

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Have you ever wondered why certain approaches seem to work in one organization but not in another? Unfortunately, when thinking about Agile Methodologies as means to build successful products, many organizations and coaches focus their efforts on the artifacts, meetings and roles; setting the most important matter aside: the relationships among the individuals. And no, just stating a general value of 'Individuals and interactions over processes and tools' is not sufficient, building relationships takes work.

This session explores the basic relationships that drive human interactions in a working environment, how to identify bad relationship smells, and what you can do as a coach to help prevent or recover a team from their toxic relationships. Martin shares his experiences with the difference between assertions and opinions, what unconditional responsibility is, the power of continuous and effective feedback, trust, learning, emotions and commitments. Show up for this fantastic trip through personal relationships to help create a path towards achieving amazing results through healthy results!

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Martin Alaimo

Agile Coach & Trainer, Founder, Kleer
I work as Organizational Coach and professional trainer. As a Certified Scrum Coach (CSC) and Certified Scrum Trainer (CST), my main area of intervention is team work under a collaborative and relational environment within the scope of technological products development. My main concern today is about helping other areas, beyond the technology one, to perceive and capitalize the benefits of this new working proposal, emphasising interpersonal... Read More →

Wednesday July 30, 2014 15:45 - 17:00

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