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  • 
 Fragile Agile - Coaching a Tired Team Anna Obukhova

    Agile Coach ScrumTrek, Russia

  • IN AGILE SINCE 2004

    AGILE COACH

    SCRUM, XP, KANBAN

    LARGE SCALE

    PROJECT/PROGRAM

    AGILE PORTFOLIO

    ANNA OBUKHOVA

    WORK

    MANAGER

  • IT

    MANAGEMENT

    MBA (GLOBAL BUSINESS)

    COACHING

    PSYCHOLOGY

    BIOLOGY

    ANNA OBUKHOVA

    EDUCATION

  • 0%

    100%

  • 5%

    SWALLOWING

    DIGESTION

  • 10%

    GET DRESSED

    MOVE INSIDE THE HOUSE

  • 15%

    CHOOSE CLOTHES

    PREPARE FOOD

    EASY ACTIVITY ABOUT 15 MINUTES

  • 20-25%

    USE THE KNOWN ROUTE

    START/END ACTIVITY WITH EXTERNAL SIGNAL

    FOLLOW KNOWN RULES ONLY

    MANUAL LABOR

  • 30%

    SELECT ACTIVITY HIMSELF

    CAN'T PLAY

    GET ENERGY FROM EXTERNAL FEEDBACK

  • 35%

    ABILITY TO PLAN SCHEDULE (IN TIME OR NOT)

    PANIC IF ANYTHING CHANGES

    CONFIDENT IN THE KNOWN ENVIRONMENT

    GET ENERGY FROM RESULTS AND BEAUTY

  • 40%

    ABILITY TO MANAGE (NOT LEAD)

    UNDERSTAND PERSONAL BOUNDARIES (AVOID CONFLICTS)

    WILLPOWER (CHANGE ACTIVITY VOLUNTARILY)

    ABILITY TO CHANGE (SLOWLY)

  • 45%

    INTERNAL GOALS ARE MORE IMPORTANT THAN EXTERNAL

    MOVING TOWARDS POSITIVE

    TASTE AND COLOUR, AESTHETICS

    ABILITY TO HANDLE CHANGES

    ABSTRACT THINKING

  • 50-55%

    LEADERSHIP AND FOLLOWERS

    TOP MANAGEMENT

    INDIVIDUALITY

    CHANGE AGENTS

    STABLE ENERGY

  • 60%

    UNDERSTANDING THAT OTHERS ARE DIFFERENT AND MIGHT NOT NEED TO BE CHANGED

  • 65-75%

    SOCIAL IMPORTANCE, STABLE FOLLOWERS

    PERSONAL PROJECTS

    THOUGHT LEADERSHIP

    CREATING NEW IDEAS

  • 80-100% KNOWN AT THE WORLD LEVEL RUNS THE COUNTRY

    MOTHER THERESA PETER THE GREAT TAMERLAN SUN TZU ALEXANDER THE GREAT HIPPOCRATES

  • Heart Rate Variability (HRV)

    22K research papers

    Space and Sport

  • 40%

  • DOWNWARD SPIRAL

  • 1 IDEALISM AND OVERTAXING

    © MASLACH, BURISCH

    40% >> 35%

  • 1 IDEALISM AND OVERTAXING

    2 EMOTIONAL AND PHYSICAL EXHAUSTION

    © MASLACH, BURISCH

    35 >> 30%

  • 1 IDEALISM AND OVERTAXING

    2 EMOTIONAL AND PHYSICAL EXHAUSTION

    3 LOSING A GOAL / CYNICISM

    © MASLACH, BURISCH

    30 >> 25%

  • 1 IDEALISM AND OVERTAXING

    2 EMOTIONAL AND PHYSICAL EXHAUSTION

    3 LOSING A GOAL / CYNICISM

    4 LOATHING SYNDROME

    © MASLACH, BURISCH 25%>>10%

  • Maslach Burnout Inventory

  • APGAR Burnout Test

    A for appearance P for performance G for growth tension A for affect control R for relationships

    0 point - I see significant issues in this area 1 point - I see issues in this area, but not extremely critical 2 points - no issues

    Calculate the sum of all 5 measures

  • A for appearance P for performance G for growth tension A for affect control R for relationships

    0- 4 Scores under four can call for prompt, lifesaving measures 4-6 four to six indicate that assistance is required 7+ the baby will need only routine post delivery care

    APGAR Burnout Test

  • WHY

  • BURNOUT HITS THE BEST PEOPLE

    WHENEVER THE EXPECTATION LEVEL IS DRAMATICALLY OPPOSED TO REALITY AND THE PERSON PERSISTS IN

    TRYING TO REACH THAT EXPECTATION, TROUBLE IS ON THE WAY

  • AGILE

    PHASE

  • BURN-OUT RECOVERY RULES

    1. SLOW DOWN 2. GET SUPPORT 3. RE-EVALUATE GOALS

    AND PRIORITIES

  • 1.NO GENERAL MEANING 2.NO PERSONAL MEANING 3.MEANING IS HIDDEN BY

    FATIGUE

  • STEPS

  • OXYGEN MASK PRINCIPLE

  • BURN-OUT OR BORE-OUT

  • DEATH-MARCH PROJECT

    DEATH MARCH PROJECT

  • RESTORE PHYSIOLOGY

  • RESTORE PHYSIOLOGY

  • INCREASE ENERGY

  • LINK WITH THE GOAL AND RESULT

    1. WHAT IS THE GOAL 2. HOW WE UNDERSTAND IT IS DONE 3. WHAT IS HAPPENING NOW 4. WHAT IS ALREADY DONE 5. WHAT CAN BE THE NEXT STEP 6. WHAT IS THE NEXT STEP 7. WHEN 8. WHAT WE LEARN FROM THAT 9. SUMMARY

  • MOTIVATION

    RESULT

    RESULT

    MOTIVATION

  • MISMATCH

  • 121 COACHING FIRST

  • DIVIDE BY 2

  • NO SELF-ORGANISED TEAM

  • 1. CATCH THE UPWARD SPIRAL 2. GOAL IS TO RESTORE THE MEANING 3. 2 MONTHS 4. THINK ABOUT YOURSELF FIRST 5. BOREOUR OR BURNOUT 6. DEATH-MARCH PROJECT 7. RESTORE PHYSIOLOGY 8. INCREASE ENRGY 9. SIMPLIFY 10. NO SELF-ORGANISATION 11. MOTIVATION THROUGH RESULT 12. LINK WITH THE GOAL - COACHING 13. 121 FIRST 14. DIVIDE LEARNING ABILITY BY 2 15. MICROMANAGE THE PROCESS

  • THANK YOU

    ANNA.OBUKHOVA@MAIL.RU OBUKHOVA@SCRUMTREK.RU LINKEDIN: ANNA OBUKHOVA

    FB: Anna Obukhova

    mailto:ANNA.OBUKHOVA@mail.ru