Uncovering and Tapping into a Team’s Culture in Real Time

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UCSC Silicon Valley Extension

3175 Bowers Ave · Santa Clara, CA

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The UCSC Silicon Valley Extension campus is at the corner of Bowers Ave. and Scott Blvd. in Santa Clara. Check for meeting room on large display screen behind the Reception Desk.

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You know your role as an Agile Coach or Agile Leader is to facilitate agile practices, foster collaboration, support self-organized teams, identify common objectives, AND do so while maintaining a balance between the team and the individual. That can be quite a tricky accomplishment!

But truly how do you focus on the whole while not abandoning the individual? How do you tap into the whole team to better shepherd the process?

In this immersive, interactive session, you will experience four ways to identify and to tap into the, often invisible, culture of the team in real time. You will also learn how teams can use this information to help themselves make decisions, provide safe places for marginalized voices to be heard, implement course corrections, and make progress.

Takeaways:
• Learn a model for thinking about groups of people/teams as a “system” to foster psychological safety and collaboration.
• Experience at least 4 tools to access ‘hidden’ perspectives to access the culture of the team in real time.
• Identify at least one tool or concept to take ‘back home’.

Presenter:

Judy Levy works with Senior Leaders in Tech who face the challenges of a rapidly changing and complex environment. She helps them confidently navigate that environment, lead their teams successfully and reach their professional goals. Judy provides a unique blend of coaching, organization effectiveness, management development, mindfulness and neuroscience. This combination allows clients to have just-in-time, tailored support -- getting the technique/approach that's most effective for them NOW in their current situation.

Twenty-five+ years’ experience working in a wide range of organizations including large high-technology and bio-tech companies, multi-national service corporations, NGO's, Education and Government agencies.

Judy holds a MS degree in Organizational Development, a BA in Psychology, has achieved the ICF designations of Professional Coactive Coach (PCC), is certified in NeuroLeadership, is a Certified Organization and Relationship Systems Coach (ORSCC) and a MBTI Master Practitioner.
Additionally, Judy serves as President of the Bay Area Association for Psychological Type, Co-director of SF Bay Area ORSC and a member of the Association for Psychological Type International, South Bay OD Network, the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and the NeuroLeadership Institute. She is also an adjunct instructor at UC Berkeley Extension, Organization Development Certificate program.