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Heidi Helfand
Author of Dynamic Reteaming. Director of Engineering, Excellence at Procore. CPCC, ACC she/her
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QCon New York 4h
Importance guidance on mentoring versus sponsorship, via at "Giving advice is good, but opening doors can really be enabling"
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Jason Yip 4h
I’m wondering how much this will overlap with ’s Trident model
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QCon New York 4h
Implementing the Voight Kampf Test for determining if a tech lead is really a manager or an architect, conducted when was scaling massively and needed a new org structure, via at
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QCon New York 24h
. explores how empathy is what Charles Duhigg calls a "keystone habit", a behavior change that unlocks other cascading behavior changes
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Tom Walsh Jun 24
Awesome to have in at to teach us how to leverage the power of . Pleased with how my sketchnote turned out as well!
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Melissa Perri Jun 24
This is a rare chance to learn from the best NYC 👇
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Heidi Helfand Jun 24
This is a tool where you can plot decisions you need to make to understand how to distribute decision making power. From Farnam street blog via
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Heidi Helfand Jun 24
Learning about the DIBBs framework - Data, Insight, Belief, and Bet via - can do with people via shared doc.. encourages participation and debate
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Heidi Helfand Jun 24
Talk about the intent and give people the freedom to problem solve and adjust their actions. leading us on giving decision making power
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Heidi Helfand Jun 24
Greg Myers led us through Troika Consulting- we did a short form of this to get the gist of the experience where people give advice to each other about a challenge
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Heidi Helfand Jun 24
Greg Myers talking about the shift in energy present with after we experienced a structure
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Heidi Helfand Jun 24
What goes up and down? Get the team together and draw a map to make sense of what’s going on.
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Heidi Helfand Jun 24
A: Let’s build X. B: That’s an interesting bet. Shift the conversation to be about “bets”.
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Heidi Helfand Jun 24
Healthier orgs sense and respond faster.
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Heidi Helfand Jun 24
“We found that high availability of product managers to the team correlated with lower cycle times.” at
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Heidi Helfand Jun 24
How do you stop doing things that are accepted as the status quo? talking about the importance of eliminating process that is no longer needed.
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Heidi Helfand Jun 24
Kindness, consideration and respect... talking about fostering psychological safety cc:
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Heidi Helfand Jun 24
Regular retrospectives are key for safe process iteration.
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Heidi Helfand Jun 24
Before embarking on a self selection event you can play a game beforehand to alleviate fears and concerns.
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Heidi Helfand Jun 24
Kicking off the Human Systems track at is - teaching us how to empower people to choose their own teams instead of being assigned to them- in the Majestic complex
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