#11: Stephanie Ockerman: 4 Mistakes We Make with Goals (and How to Fix Them)
Stephanie Ockerman is the founder of Agile Socks LLC, an agility training and enablement business whose mission is to inspire, empower and enable individuals and teams to navigate complexity and unpredictability in ways that help us create a more thriving world. Stephanie is passionate about creating powerful online courses and in-depth transformational experiences that help Scrum Masters fully unleash their unique leadership power, finding more confidence and ease AND creating the impact they want to have. Stephanie is a Professional Scrum Trainer (PST) who brings more than 15 years of experience delivering valuable products and services as a Scrum Master, Co-Active Coach, and Project Manager. She is the co-author of the popular book, Mastering Professional Scrum (Addison-Wesley Professional, 2019, with Simon Reindl), and she blogs regularly at www.AgileSocks.com.
4 Mistakes We Make with Goals (and How to Fix Them)
We value goal-setting in our world. We think it's a sign of being driven, hard-working, and productive. This likely means you are surrounded by goals. There are goals for the teams you are part of, as well as for the wider organization. You probably even set personal goals. However, are those goals useful and effective? Or are they just leading to waste, frustration, and burnout? In this session, we will illuminate 4 common mistakes we make with goals and the negative impacts. And we will look at simple steps we can take to "fix" those mistakes and create goals that enable clarity, alignment, and innovation in a complex and unpredictable world.
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