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  • 1CONFIDENTIAL

    Platinum Sponsors:

    Continuous improvementdeveloping yourself and others

    Michal GrucaEpam

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    Continuous improvement

    developing yourself and others

    22.06.2016 Devoxx

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    RULES ;)

    TALK

  • 4CONFIDENTIAL By The U.S. Army By Geralt

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/soldiersmediacenter/4685688778/https://pixabay.com/en/silhouette-man-race-run-114436/

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    Disclaimer

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    Contact information

    @michalgruca

    Michal.Gruca@gmail.com

    www.rits.pl

    mailto:michal.gruca@gmail.com

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    About me

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    About me

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    WHY DOES IT MATTER

    Question

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    Software is a social activity

    By Scrumprimer.org CC-ND

    http://www.scrumprimer.org/anime

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    Gender diversity matters (every one now knows that, right?)

    Best performing teams are mixed (40%-60%)

    Same for customer satisfaction, predactibility, etc

    What about culture diversity?

    What about people differences?

    There are serious differences between us

    By CTV.ca

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Etalk#/media/File:Etalk_cast.jpg

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    You can categorize people

    Allows you to understand who you work with

    Its allows to understand how other may think

    And how to work with them

    There are many tools

    Thomas PPE

    DISC profile

    MBTI

    Reiss profile

    Simmons eq profile

    Personal diversity

    By Jake Beech

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Myers%E2%80%93Briggs_Type_Indicator#/media/File:MyersBriggsTypes.png

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    WHAT NEXT?

    SO IT MATTERS

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    thought that you dont deserve what youve

    got?

    was afraid that people will discover that you

    are not worthy of your success

    put on luck things youve done?

    assumed that youve been able to trick others

    in thinking that youre worth more than in reality

    think that other overrate your work?

    Have you ever

    By Pyrlo

    http://pyrlo.deviantart.com/art/Under-The-Bed-134620229

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    Do you have to put a different face for people

    Act in front of others

    You must take a pose at work

    Or at home

    Youre afraid to tell what you really think

    Personality split?

    By Geralt

    https://pixabay.com/en/face-faces-dialogue-talk-psyche-65058/

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    DEFINITION

    IMPOSTOR SYNDROME

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    The impostor syndrome, sometimes called impostor phenomenon or fraud syndrome, is a

    psychological phenomenon in which people are unable to internalize their accomplishments.

    Despite external evidence of their competence, those with the syndrome remain convinced that

    they are frauds and do not deserve the success they have achieved. Proof of success is dismissed

    as luck, timing, or as a result of deceiving others into thinking they are more intelligent and competent than they believe themselves to be.

    Definitions

    The DunningKruger effect is a cognitive bias which can manifest in one of two ways:

    Unskilled individuals suffer from illusory superiority, mistakenly rating their ability much higher than

    is accurate. This bias is attributed to a metacognitive inability of the unskilled to recognize their ineptitude.

  • 18CONFIDENTIAL By Meme TN

    Then maybe youve got Co workers Friends Family Children

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/meme_tn/7024182799

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    WHY DOES IT MATTER

    IMPOSTOR SYNDROME

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    It may have influence over someone else work

    Willingness to test new technologies/languages/frameworks/techniques

    Number of ideas raised

    Number of questions asked

    One may not ask for help

    It may have influence over career

    Or its just nice to help someone

    Impostor Syndrome :: Why does it matter to me

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    HOW TO LIVE

    WHAT NEXT

    GOT IT :O (OR SOMEONE CLOSE HAS IT)Impostor syndrome

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    STRESS

    IMPOSTOR SYNDROME

  • 24CONFIDENTIAL By Relma2

    http://relma2.deviantart.com/art/Oddball-brush-for-FireAlpaca-MediBang-PAint-557456752

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    Allow yourself (and others) to fail

    Dont build to competitive environment for your team

    Think how your perfectionism works for the others?

    How does hierarchy works for people

    Stress :: Environment

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    SELFHELP

    IMPOSTOR SYNDROME

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    If you got impostor around:

    Give honest feedback to others

    Talk about Impostor Syndrome

    Learn to say Thank you

    If you have the problem

    Keep good feedback for worse days

    Kill your heroes

    Learn how to forget about failures

    Selfhelp

    By Elitrie -> Wikipedia

    https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Thank_you_map_wa-syk.jpg

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    Fake it till you make it

    Change your language

    Its not always us, sometimes its only you

    Learn how to accept praise

    Learn body language

    And practice power poses

    Selfhelp, part 2

    By Chris Favero

    No Hate, only CC-BA pic on the google web ;)

    https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Powergirl_pose_(14095298381).jpg

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    KNOWLEDGE

    NOT ONLY IMPOSTOR SYNDROME

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  • 33CONFIDENTIAL Wikipedia

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Four_stages_of_competence#/media/File:Competence_Hierarchy_adapted_from_Noel_Burch_by_Igor_Kokcharov.jpg

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    In 1995, in broad daylight, McArthur Wheeler strolled into

    two Pittsburg banks and robbed them with no attempt to

    disguise himself. He was arrested later that night, less than

    half an hour after videotapes of him taken from the

    surveillance cameras were broadcast on the 11oclock

    news.

    When he saw the police on his door steps, Wheeler

    mumbled But I wore the juice.

    It turns out that Wheeler thought that rubbing ones face

    with lemon juice would render it invisible to videotape

    cameras because lemon juice can be used to make invisible

    ink.

    Source By Bykst

    http://www.omgfacts.com/health/10061/A-man-robbed-a-bank-wearing-only-lemon-juice-on-his-face-He-thought-it-would-make-him-invisiblehttps://pixabay.com/en/lemon-citrus-fruits-smilies-smiley-343957/

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    In 1995, in broad daylight, McArthur Wheeler strolled into

    two Pittsburg banks and robbed them with no attempt to

    disguise himself. He was arrested later that night, less than

    half an hour after videotapes of him taken from the

    surveillance cameras were broadcast on the 11oclock

    news.

    When he saw the police on his door steps, Wheeler

    mumbled But I wore the juice.

    Source By Bykst

    It turns out that Wheeler thought that rubbing ones face with lemon juice would render it invisible to videotape cameras because lemon juice can be used to make invisible ink.

    http://www.omgfacts.com/health/10061/A-man-robbed-a-bank-wearing-only-lemon-juice-on-his-face-He-thought-it-would-make-him-invisiblehttps://pixabay.com/en/lemon-citrus-fruits-smilies-smiley-343957/

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    Curse of knowledge

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    Teach others

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    Start with youngest

    Interns Kids

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    Teach Others :: Tools

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    EVENTS

    KNOWLEDGE

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    Brown bag sessions

    Internal workshops

    Team level

    Office level

    Code retreats

    Hackathons

    Study groups (certificates anyone?)

    Book clubs

    Public meetups

    Build your community

    By Doctormo

    http://doctormo.deviantart.com/art/Teacher-375948973

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    1 day

    6 sessions

    Software excellence

    Great field for experiment

    We dont deliver

    Code retreat

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    Hackathons

    By blog.apartmentlist.com

    A day

    Or couple of them

    Clear target

    Team with common goal

    Chance to try out something new

    Chance to deliver

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    WORKING TOGETHER

    KNOWLEDGE

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    Pair / mob programming

    Activity based office

    Code reviews

    Retrospections

    Static code analysis

    Automation of processes

    Testing (spec)

    CI/CD

    Promote good practives

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    Working together

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    RECOGNITION

    OTHER

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    Small things (recognition box)

    Celebrate together

    Rewards

    Team

    Company

    Recognition

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    Contact information

    @michalgruca

    Michal.Gruca@gmail.com

    www.rits.pl

    mailto:michal.gruca@gmail.com