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Tuesday, August 8 • 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Permission, Trust, and Safety (Ashley Johnson, Tim Ottinger)

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Abstract:
"Give them the environment and support they need, and trust them to get the job done." Easy to say, but how is it done?
Do people in your organization feel permission to bring their best?
Do they trust the organization?
How much energy do people spend protecting themselves from each other?
Who or what stops you and your team from doing your best work?
As coaches, we find that most people live well beneath opportunities available to them. They feel limited, over-managed, and afraid to ask for the things they need. They "play it safe" and "cover their butts" to avoid accusation, blame, or reprisal.
Join us and explore how leaders and managers can help establish an environment where people can accomplish great things.

Learning Outcomes:
  • This is an exploration of the topics of safety, trust, and permission: “It’s not a workshop if you know how it will end.”
  • Safety and trust as prerequisites to being agile.
  • Situations where self-organization breaks down.
  • Three levels of permission, and how to grant and acquire permission.
  • How to intentionally create trust and safety.


Speakers
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Ashley Johnson

Senior Coach, Industrial Logic
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Tim Ottinger

Anzeneer, Industrial Logic
Tim is a long-time programmer (since 1979), reviewer, speaker, writer. He has been active in many of the big changes in software over the past 36 years (including Design Patterns, Object-Oriented Design, and Agile software development). | | In addition to his contributions in... Read More →


Tuesday August 8, 2017 2:00pm - 3:15pm
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