"Owning Your Behavior, Improving Your Team" with Doc List

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113 people went

Every 3rd Thursday of the month

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Successful high-performing teams have many common attributes. One is their ability to function together collaboratively. In order to collaborate well, they must communicate effectively and get beyond some of the members' personal biases and quirks.

In this interactive workshop, Doc List shares common problems with behavior, motivation, emotions, and interpretation that frequently get in the way. Participate in exercises that lead you to understand ― and sometimes expose ― your own blind spots and limitations. Challenge your own assumptions, learn about taking ownership of your own feelings and behavior, and articulate the difference between behavior and interpretation.

Along the way, gain a new understanding of intuition and how you're using it in your interpersonal situations. Leave this workshop with a new and clearer understanding of how you've been interpreting others' behavior and acting on those interpretations.

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Doc List (https://www.linkedin.com/in/doclist/) is an Agile coach, trainer, and consultant at AnotherThought Inc.

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6:00pm - Arrivals and Networking
6:30pm - Workshop
8:00pm - Drinks and Networking with the McKinsey Agile Practice
8:30pm - Departures

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McKinsey requires first and last names for each attendee, so please make sure your Meetup profile (either "Name" or "User ID") includes both.

Only attendees on the RSVP list will be admitted. Each attendee will be required to show a photo ID to gain admission to the venue.

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The NYC Scrum User Group meets on the third Thursday of every month to talk about Scrum, to share experiences, to network, and to provide support for local Scrum practitioners.

Interested in telling your own story? If you have an idea you would like to share, come see us at the Meetup, or tell us about it here: https://www.papercall.io/nyc-sug