Any step which one needs to take today to carve the path for tomorrow requires constant efforts to keep it sustainable. Only when a change is sustainable, can one reap the benefits.
Have you seen a situation in your organization where a team member does not want to attend a meeting because he/she FEELS like not attending? Have you also encountered circumstances where Team Members do not speak in front of stakeholders because they don't FEEL like not doing so? Have you also experience the behavior where managers demand the work to be completed by the team because they FEEL the need for the work to be completed ASAP?
If you have answered YES to these questions, we invite you to join the presentation on leading the sustainable change, by emphasizing values rather than feelings.
This session will provide steps to create a culture and environment to build trust and sustain the change.
About the Speaker
Avinash Tripathi (Nash) is passionate about what he does and firmly believe “If you want to go fast, go alone, if you want to go farther, go together”. Nash is a trainer by profession, a facilitator at heart and a coach by instinct. Nash has worked with several fortune 100 organizations to help them through the change curve and enhance their perspective on agility.
He travels to consult, working with enterprise management groups, executive teams and individual project teams on large scale agile transformations in addition to providing leadership coaching and other agile trainings. Avinash has trained and coached individuals at several organizations including FannieMae, Capital One and has mentored several enterprise management teams and individual project teams in these organizations on business efficiency, process improvements, and organizational change. He is also a TBR Certified Trainer featured on the website.
He has spoken at several company events and agile user groups and has led CSM training classes and agile workshops at Companies' offices across USA with Certified Scrum Trainers. With an extensive technical background and several industry certifications, he is on a journey to bridge the gap between traditional management strategies and the agile mindset while helping individuals and organizations experience the benefits of using Agile. He is in pursuit of creating a framework for Business Agility and refining the approach for faster delivery.
As a lifelong learner, it gives him immense pleasure to share his experience with others and, at the same time, learn new perspectives through collaborative learning. He is huge believer in "community before individual".
He believes that “Nobody is perfect. In fact, perfection is the enemy of self-actualization. Perfection is a myth, improvement is real” – As someone smart once said, Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish.
About The M2D2 Monthly Downtown DC Meetings
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