DiscoverScrum Master Toolbox PodcastHow to work with team members that act defensively | Stanislava Potupchik
How to work with team members that act defensively | Stanislava Potupchik

How to work with team members that act defensively | Stanislava Potupchik

Update: 2019-10-29
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Sometimes team members have significantly different expectations of the Scrum process, or any other Agile process. Before we can help that team, we must detect when the team members are growing apart and understand what the expectations are for each one of them. 

In this episode, we talk about the book The 5 Dysfunctions of a Team, by Patrick Lencioni.

Featured Book for the Week: Leadership and Self-Deception: Getting Out of the Box by the Arbinger Institute

In Leadership and Self-Deception: Getting Out of the Box by the Arbinger Institute, Stanislava found a source of inspiration on how to work with people that might be in a defensive mode. It’s a book that helped Stanislava understand better her team members and to communicate with people that are on the defensive

About Stanislava Potupchik

Stanislava is not only a serious games facilitator and a team coach, but she also spends a considerable amount of time rock-climbing and hiking, traveling with her partner and son, and drawing zentangles.

You can link with Stanislava Potupchik on LinkedIn and connect with Stanislava Potupchik on Twitter

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How to work with team members that act defensively | Stanislava Potupchik

How to work with team members that act defensively | Stanislava Potupchik