Getting new teams to work together is hard. Really. Hard.
We believe that the key to high-performance teams is creating an intentional culture. So join us as we explore the Team Canvas – sort of like a Business Model Canvas for teamwork – covering nine essential teamwork elements:
* People & Roles
* Common goals
* Personal goals
* Team values
* Needs and expectations
* Rules & Activities
* Strengths & Assets
* Weaknesses & Risks
We will walk through our agenda for team lift-offs, facilitation posters and preparation work required, materials needed, and facilitation tips and tricks. All packaged in a handy pocket guide, that you can use to explore tried and tested techniques for each essential element. You will also have an opportunity to practice some of these techniques during the session.
Business Analysts make the best team facilitators! Get ready to lift-off your team in T-minus 3… 2… 1…
About the Speakers
Angie has never minded change. Over the course of her career, Angie has shifted from working face-to-face with customers (Business Operations), to articulating what customers need (Business Analysis and Process Engineering), to finding a problem-solution fit (Product Development, Product Ownership, Customer Experience Management), to evolving ways to deliver the solution (Agile solution development), to improving collaboration to deliver customer value (Business Agility, Enterprise Agility).
Angie strives to create delivery-focused environments where:
– Exceptional performance is new norm
– Individuals and teams share accountability for achieving goals
– There are high levels of trust
– Conflict is a creative, constructive force
– There is clarity on roles and who does what
– There is a strong customer-centric focus
Talia started her career as a Management Consultant in the Learning and Development industry as an Instructional Designer, creating customised learning solutions for corporates. She moved into the IT industry finding her passion working with teams as an Agile Consultant, helping to improve team collaboration and communication by encouraging new ways of working. She now works as an Agile Coach for one of the largest banks in South Africa.
In addition, Talia uses Live Graphic Recording and Sketchnoting to help companies visualise complex information.