In this conversation, our host Leslie Morse talks with Andy Golding about the human element of navigating complexity and what we need to be thinking about in order to create more amazing experiences for people in the workplace.
About the Featured Guest
Andy Golding believes that the headspace and the heart-space of human beings is the most untapped natural asset on the planet. As a leadership development & people practices specialist she helps companies design work environments and employee experiences that tap into the innate brilliance of human beings. She is a published author ‘We are Still Human (and work shouldn’t suck)’ and a TEDx speaker.
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About our Host
Leslie Morse is an agilist at heart. She was leveraging agile practices and appreciating agile principles long before she even knew what they were. Her agile journey officially started in 2010 and she never looked back. Her career has taken many twists and turns. She led a digital marketing start-up in college, was involved with replatforming Lowes.com while they adopted agile practices, provided training and coaching for agile transformation across a wide array of industries, and now serves as a Product Owner for Scrum.org. She is trained in Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching (ORSC) and has been involved in with Women in Agile since its original inception at Scrum Gathering 2013 in Las Vegas. You can follow Leslie on LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/lesliejdotnet).
About our Sponsor
Scrum.org is the Home of Scrum, founded in 2009 by Scrum co-creator Ken Schwaber focused on helping people and teams solve complex problems by improving how they work through higher levels of professionalism. Scrum.org provides free online resources, consistent experiential live training, ongoing learning paths, and certification for people with all levels of Scrum knowledge. You can learn more about the organization by visiting www.scrum.org.