Podcast appearance: Dynamic Reteaming at Redgate on Mastering Agility

This month I was interviewed by Sander Dur on his excellent Mastering Agility podcast to talk about – you’ve guessed it – Redgate’s journey with self-selection reteaming over the last three years. I always enjoy explaining why we give Redgaters a strong influence over the team they are in and the work they do, and how we go about the process. I’m hoping our story can inspire and encourage leaders in other organizations to give it a try!

S03 E02 Psychological safety and Human Debt with Duena Blomstrom Mastering Agility

Who likes working in an environment where there’s a constant fear of repercussions when voicing an unpopular opinion? Or where someone else steals your glory? No one, right? It’s way more important to feel safe and comfortable speaking up when something is not right. An environment where it’s okay to fail and learn.CEO, serial entrepreneur, Forbes contributor, and public speaker Duena Blomstrom joins Sander Dur to discuss psychological safety and a term that she calls Human Debt and what the impact is on the workspace.  What you’ll discover in this show:-        Psychological safety goes beyond Scrum Teams –        For people to step up and create great teamwork, empowerment is required –        Too often discussions on psychological safety are skipped within organizations  Speakers: Duena Blomstrom Author, Keynote Speaker, Founder, CPO Duena is the author of the book “Emotional Banking: Fixing Culture, Leveraging FinTech and Transforming Retail Banks into Brands”. She is a serial entrepreneur and intrapreneur, a mentor for start-ups, a LinkedIn Top Voice, named an industry influencer in most lists, a Forbes contributor, a blogger with cutting-edge, unconventional and unapologetic opinion style, an international keynote speaker at industry events, the inventor of the EmotionalBanking™ and MoneyMoments concepts and the Co-Founder and CEO of PeopleNotTech Ltd – a software solution provider revolutionizing the organizations of companies that need to use technology and new ways of work focused on the concept of Psychological Safety in high performing teams.Contact Duena:www.duenablomstrom.comwww.peoplenottech.com Sander Dur (host)Scrum Master, Agile Coach, trainer, and podcast host for ‘Mastering Agility”Sander Dur is a business agility enthusiast, with a passion for people. Whether it’s healthy product development, agile leadership, measurement, or psychological safety, Sander has the drive to enable organizations to the best of their abilities. He is an avid article writer, working on a book about Scrum Mastery from the Trenches, and is connecting listeners with the most influential people in the industry. Masteringagility.org https://www.linkedin.com/in/sanderdur/ https://agilitymasters.com/en https://sander-dur.medium.com/ Additional resources:   
  1. S03 E02 Psychological safety and Human Debt with Duena Blomstrom
  2. S03 E01 The Empowered Organization with Marty Cagan
  3. S02 E17 Tom and Mary Poppendieck on the Agile in Action podcast with Bill Raymond
  4. S02 E16 Scaling with Nexus with Patricia Kong and Jesse Houwing
  5. S02 E15 State of the Agile Manifesto with Arie van Bennekum

My episode followed hot-on-the-heels from Sander talking to Heidi Helfand about the ideas contained in her book Dynamic Reteaming. Hopefully these two episodes provide the theory and a case study into how organizations can get real about the inevitability of team change and use to their advantage. Sander was a very curious & articulate host, so thanks to him I think the episode I am on is a good listen.

Check it out wherever you get your pods!

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