Bravery, Success & Conquering Imposter Syndrome - Carrie Driscoll | 2409
Women in Agile
by Women in Agile Org sponsored by Scrum.org
2w ago
In this podcast conversation, we discuss navigating imposter syndrome and its relationship to knowing your own value. Having a strong supportive network and tapping into your own bravery is critical as you’re pursuing success in your career. About the Featured Guest Carrie Driscoll, Agile coach and president of Reef Consulting, leverages 20+ years in project and operations management to drive growth and innovation. Her firm specializes in business agility coaching and digital transformations for Fortune 500 companies. She is a Scrum@Scaled Trainer, SAFe Program Consultant, Certified ScrumMaste ..read more
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Theory of Positive Disintegration in Agile Organizations - Kate Arms | 2408
Women in Agile
by Women in Agile Org sponsored by Scrum.org
1M ago
For this podcast discussion, Emily Lint and Kate Arms combined their two favorite loves: Psychology and Agile by discussing the Theory of Positive Disintegration and how it impacts the way we transform. Could hard transformations and struggles help us to actually grow better?    About the Featured Guest   Kate Arms is an Agile Coach once described as “our team’s equivalent of Yoda.” She gave up programming as an act of teenage rebellion, but keeps coming back to tech, previously as a tech transactions lawyer. She holds a BA in Theatre and Biopsychology from Cornell University an ..read more
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Why asking dumb questions is a super power- Sarah Skold | 2407
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by Women in Agile Org sponsored by Scrum.org
2M ago
In this episode Renae and Sarah talk about the art of asking a dumb question and how modelling that helps others to feel more confident to ask their own ‘dumb’ questions. About the Featured Guest Having spent most of her career in Human Resources and Learning and Development, Sarah came across Agile as a philosophy and way of working, and LOVED IT! She jumped ship and moved into a customer experience team working in agile philosophy, and has now become a Scrum Master. Follow Sarah on LinkedIn  The Women in Agile community champions inclusion and diversity of thought, regardless of gende ..read more
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Choosing Your (Product) Career - Gabrielle Hayes | 2406
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by Women in Agile Org sponsored by Scrum.org
3M ago
In this podcast conversation, we discuss what it truly means to “choose your own career” in the product management field as well as how to stay on that path as your most authentic self. Gabrielle has a drive for helping others see themselves to the roles that most align to their life and we hope this discussion will open new eyes to what it means to be in the product management field for new and developing Agilists. About the Featured Guest Gabrielle Hayes is a pioneer who transforms the product development industry by unlocking the untapped potential of professionals through empowerment and t ..read more
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Code of Ethics Series - Finale: Putting the Code into Practice - Renee Troughton and Craig Smith | 2405
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by Women in Agile Org sponsored by Scrum.org
3M ago
In the final episode of the Code of Ethical Conduct for Agile Coaching series, guests Renee Troughton and Craig Smith discuss the Code of Ethics and how to put the Code into practice. About the Featured Guests Renee Troughton is one of the most experienced Enterprise Agile Transformation Coaches in the southern hemisphere, with extensive experience working in small to large organisations across many sectors including finance, insurance, superannuation, government and telecommunications. Craig Smith has been an Agile Practitioner, Coach and one of Australia’s premier Agile Trainers for over twe ..read more
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Mentorship & Opportunities for Growth as Women in Agile - Dominika Bula | 2404
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by Women in Agile Org sponsored by Scrum.org
4M ago
In this episode, our host Leslie Morse explores topics related to mentorship with our guest Dominika Bula. This episode was originally inspired by Dominika’s participation as a mentor in the Women in Agile Mentorship program, sponsored by ICAgile. In addition to sharing tips and tricks for success in mentorship relationships, Dominika also shares details about a method of speed mentorship that can help you uplift the skills and capabilities of those around you.   About the Featured Guest Dominika Bula is a Senior Consultant working for SAP Signavio, she is also a Mentor with the Women in ..read more
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Code of Ethics Series: Responsibility to the Profession - Kerri Sutey and John Barratt | 2403
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by Women in Agile Org sponsored by Scrum.org
4M ago
In this episode we unpack section 9 of the Code of Ethical Conduct for Agile Coaching;  Responsibility to the Profession. We uncover the thinking behind the section, its inclusion in the Code of Ethic and its application in coaching. Important Note: This podcast episode was filmed at the Agile 2024 conference so please excuse the background noise that occurred during the recording. About the Featured Guests Kerri Sutey is the Leading Change Portfolio Manager at ICAgile where she shapes learning journeys that help organizations build the leadership and coaching capabilities they need to ac ..read more
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Battling Unconscious Bias in Our Workplace and Products - Shibani Ahuja & Lina Abdelhussein | 2402
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by Women in Agile Org sponsored by Scrum.org
4M ago
In this podcast conversation we discuss with TD Bank executive leaders how Unconscious bias may be shaping your workplace and the products being built today. We tackle some hard truths as to how unconscious bias shows up in all different spaces in our lives while we take our experiences with unconscious bias and use them as fuel to make a better workspace for others.   About the Featured Guest Lina is a VP and executive product owner for TD Bank Group, Lina’s focus is driving better outcomes for her clients, while supporting her colleagues in achieving their goals. As a woman, and visible ..read more
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Code of Ethics Series - Managing Differences in Status and Power - Georgina Puli & Mishkin Berteig - 2401
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by Women in Agile Org sponsored by Scrum.org
5M ago
In this episode we unpack the eighth commitment of the Code of Ethical Conduct for Agile Coaching: Managing differences in status and power. We uncover the thinking behind the section, its inclusion in the Code of Ethic and its application in coaching.   About the Featured Guest Georgina has an expansive 20+ global IT career having worked in Australia, London and the US in IT, telecommunications, banking, sales and marketing. She specializes in designing agile enterprise organizations by bringing together design, development and go-to-market teams to operate seamlessly. She also enjoys be ..read more
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Code of Ethics Series - Commitment 7: Agreeing on Boundaries - Chithra Ramachandran and Steve Holyer | 2325
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by Women in Agile Org sponsored by Scrum.org
6M ago
In this episode Chithra and Steve unpack commitment 7 of the Code of Ethical Conduct for Agile Coaching; Agreeing on Boundaries and the challenges that Coaches can have when establishing boundaries with their clients.  About the Featured Guests Chithra Ramachandran is a technologist at heart, offering over 19 years of software product development experience, leading global technology teams and delivery of impact oriented high value programs. As a lead Coach in her role, Chithra loves designing coaching interventions, workshops for Lean-Agile DevOps Transformations & Code Craftsmanship ..read more
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