Dealing with Dysfunction: using couples counselling patterns to manage team conflict

Is your team dysfunctional? Is their behaviour likely headed down a path that will destroy their productivity and collaboration? If they are, what are the war in signs and, importantly, what can you do to help mitigate their behaviour?


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Asimov’s Laws of Robotics help man and machine get along. So, where are the laws that stop teams from hurting themselves either by action or inaction?
This presentations looks at the Gottman Method – a psychological research-based approach to creating stronger relationships – and an example of its use with Asimov’s Laws of Robotics to deal with agile team dysfunction, strengthen collaboration and help build happier teams.

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Matthew Hodgson

Matthew Hodgson

Founder of Zen Ex Machina. Scrum/Agile Coach. Designer of digital experiences since 1992. International presenter. UX & psych geek. Chocoholic. Loves red wine.

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