Allia DeAngelis

Allia DeAngelis

We have all worked with THAT person. You know, the one who is annoying, the one who seems to always disagree, think they understand the situation better then you do. They don’t quite fit in, are maybe a little annoying. It’s possible we have worked with more than one, perhaps an entire department. They think they know but they CLEARLY don’t. And every discussion, meeting, interaction and bit of collaboration is an act of divine patience. After which you are compelled to gather your compatriots and “get out of the building” for a bit of therapy. Getting work done is SO much easier with those who get it. But what if it’s easier, though frail? What if the answers you come up with are not “right” and create technical/product debt without you knowing? Maybe being skilled at navigating “other” will not only create an “antifragile” system but will take you, as a leader, to the next level, well above peers and executives alike? Come workshop what these conversations can look like and see how navigating discomfort thru to innovation suits you! Limited space and come ready to play.

Talk Given: Leading teams to collaborate-when they really don't want to
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