Martin Berg and Daniel Wester

Martin Berg is an experienced coach and organizational change manager. He has been helping organizations how to improve their way of working within agile since 2007. On top of his keen interest in both people and interactions, he makes use of his drawing and illustration skills to make points that sometimes might be hard to understand without them. Examples of this are his illustration of the Cynefin framework; his comics illustrate different work-related aspects. All can be found at vige.se.

Daniel Wester has passion for people and leadership development. He is an experienced coach within Agile and Lean since 2011.

Title of presentation: Leadership Dojo – Discover and Practice Behaviours & Skills Needed in Your Role.

“That is obviously wrong and you are stupid!" a team member suddenly burst out on the daily standup.

You didn't see this coming. Even when this was directed to another member of the team you, the Scrum master, were shocked. But as a good Scrum Master, you acted and tried to handle the situation, you picked up and got things to calm down. Afterward, you had a feeling that you could have done better in that situation. But how? How could I have been better prepared?

As a Servant Leader and Scrum Master navigating in the complex environment of team dynamics and external system influences, it is important to practice. We bring you the Leadership Dojo where you will have the possibility to experience real-world situations in the different Scrum events, together with co-coaches and co-learners. Research has shown that practicing and preparing for different situations makes challenging situations easier to handle. Like firemen or elite athletes that train to handle different situations, we must also.

14:35 - 17:00

Workshop 2 (Hall – 1.3)

Leadership Dojo – Discover and Practice Behaviours & Skills Needed in Your Role

“That is obviously wrong and you are stupid!" a team member suddenly burst out on the daily standup.

You didn't see this coming. Even when this was directed to another member of the team you, the Scrum master, were shocked. But as a good Scrum Master, you acted and tried to handle the situation, you picked up and got things to calm down. Afterward, you had a feeling that you could have done better in that situation. But how? How could I have been better prepared?

As a Servant Leader and Scrum Master navigating in the complex environment of team dynamics and external system influences, it is important to practice. We bring you the Leadership Dojo where you will have the possibility to experience real-world situations in the different Scrum events, together with co-coaches and co-learners. Research has shown that practicing and preparing for different situations makes challenging situations easier to handle. Like firemen or elite athletes that train to handle different situations, we must also.