Talent Leadership: Empower your team to reach High Performance Levels and Sustainable Rhythms -

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Presenters: Ralph Hippolyte, Patrice Petit, Philippe Houssin
- Taken from Scrum and High Level Sport Practices -
Linking the Scrum approach to high level sport practices.
Putting the human factor as the key to success, Scrum highlights the transformation of small successes into permanent improvement.
In a constantly evolving world, there is an exponential need for innovation and changes. Today’s context increases the pressure and the stress levels. Furthermore, the increasingly challenging targets create the need for permanent adaptation and round the clock changes. The impact of high level stress leads to burnouts.

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  1. 1. Talent Leadership: Empower Your Team to Reach High Performance Levels and Sustainable Rhythms Taken from Scrum and High Level Sport Practices Ralph Hippolyte Coach & Methodologist Action|Types Philippe Houssin Individua l and Group Coach, Action|Types Patrice Petit Coach Agile & CST Agilbee & Action|Types 06 octobre 2011 1
  2. 2. (c) Agilbee & Action|Types 2 Adaptation ∆ (change) Phone Radio TV PC Mobile Internet 1860 1980 1900 1920 1940 1960 1980 2000 Electricity Evolution & Performance Agile integrates Change in our mindset Human Factor
  3. 3. Change Test (c) Agilbee & Action|Types 3 Technical Undebt = Psychologic undebt Undebt your memory Emergent System Automation
  4. 4. Test First is… …Design (c) Agilbee & Action|Types 4 Team = Product* (*) : Mc Carthy, The Core Protocols
  5. 5. How to Design… …a Team ? (c) Agilbee & Action|Types 5 Quality of Team ! Test driven people => Action | Types Approach
  6. 6. Action | Types Approach 1) Mesurable 2) Human Testing 3) Individual Testing 4) Empower the Team 5) Empower the organization (c) Agilbee & Action|Types 6
  7. 7. Mesurable (c) Agilbee & Action|Types 7 1
  8. 8. Neo-cortex « ON » Neo-Cortex « OFF » How to mesure? 8(c) Agilbee & Action|Types
  9. 9. Learned Lesson #1 Our behaviours and talents are mesurable (Testable)
  10. 10. Efficience Performance Level Effort High Low HighLow Talent Zone TOP Karoshi BurnOut Inconfort Optimum 10(c) Agilbee & Action|Types
  11. 11. Learned Lesson #2 Self-Coaching : Learn how to unstress efficiently
  12. 12. Test? Expression Profile… Deep motivations drivers but also… When facing the challenge… Under Pressure Long time of Stress Deep Tired (c) Agilbee & Action|Types 12
  13. 13. Human Testing 2
  14. 14. TestWhat i don’t know of myself What others don’t know from me What i know from me What others don’t know about myself ActionTypes motor profile Deep motivation drivers cunscious face My mask (playing rôle) Test
  15. 15. (c) Agilbee & Action|Types 15 How Body and mind COOPERATE? « The brain main purpose is to organize and control movement » D Wolpert « We think because we move » R Linas
  16. 16. Movement = sense
  17. 17. Experiment
  18. 18. Smile
  19. 19. Unhappy “Build projects around motivated individuals”, agilemanifesto.org …You have already failed before starting the project
  20. 20. Learned Lesson #3 We use two sides to adapt depending on the context (Influence by: Surprise, Stress, Learning, Tired, Emotions, …)
  21. 21. Right Hand => Expression Left Hand => Recovery Survival kit
  22. 22. Test First Cool!
  23. 23. Individual Testing Identify profil and motivations 3
  24. 24. Preferences what is it for? • Expression • Control • Easy • Relax • Expression • Control • Easy • Relax • Learning • Let go • Difficult • Tension • Learning • Let go • Difficult • Tension
  25. 25. 2 schemes of different walks (R. Sohier) Workshop on neuro-motricity 25(c) Agilbee & Action|Types
  26. 26. Frequence Analysis 26 High Low « scientist » logic « feeling » Logic (c) Agilbee & Action|Types
  27. 27. 4 needs & behaviours Why Where What Who 27(c) Agilbee & Action|Types
  28. 28. 28 28 4 typologies of Partners "The idealistic ones" "The socializing ones" Subjective decision framework "The rational ones" "The practical-minded ones" Objective decision framework iNtuitive information channel Sensitive information channel Unit 2 – Profiles and Teamwork – needs and expectations
  29. 29. The performance matrix in problem-solving Diagnosis Analysis of the situation CONCRETE Collect data and relevant facts The possibilities The research of new solutions Logical analysis Feasibility study Impact of the decisions on the people PROJECT Make plans about the future, search for new ways VALUES Determine the meaning of the action, make sure that the project is in accordance with the shared values, feel concerned about the motivation of the people involved PRINCIPLES Anticipate the logical consequences , the actons’ advantages 29 Collective performance = sum of all the strengths Unit 2 – Profiles and teamworking – Problem-solving
  30. 30. Lesson #4 Everyone perceive and decide in a specific way
  31. 31. Diversity fundamental rule of ecology (c) Agilbee & Action|Types 31
  32. 32. Lesson #5 Our natural hardware is our talent (We focus the energy on the individual talent in a non linear context)
  33. 33. (c) Agilbee & Action|Types 33 One size doesn’t fit all… Expression is personal…
  34. 34. Learned Lesson #6 Our deep Needs determine natural talents
  35. 35. Team & Testing Team = A composite Mindset 4
  36. 36. Test? Team Profil… 3 P of Performance A little Pressure A lot of Pleausure Peace of mind (c) Agilbee & Action|Types 36
  37. 37. Learned Lesson #7 3 P of Performance
  38. 38. Spectral Management (c) Agilbee & Action|Types 38
  39. 39. Example of Team VFC 39
  40. 40. Learned Lesson #8 A Composite Team : A team have a talent composed by something different of the sum of talents
  41. 41. Global design team process Reveal the intrinsic natural strenght of the individuals Reveal the intrinsic natural strenght of the individuals Learn to be confident of your own strengh and start from them Learn to be confident of your own strengh and start from them Nurrish and develop your strengh to compensate weaknesses Nurrish and develop your strengh to compensate weaknesses Integrate and synergize strengh to create team performance Integrate and synergize strengh to create team performance
  42. 42. Our difference... Individualize performance dynamic Test the individuals profiles and preferences for an optimal impact on team synergy Integrate performance keys – Prepare and Evaluate Establish team building steps: Detect, Select , Act as a team
  43. 43. 47 32 53 47 53 68 47 53 45 35 55 45 55 65 45 55 0 20 40 60 80 100 E S T J I N F P Basse activation Marche par le bas Vision Haute fréquence Oeil moteur droit Haute activation Marche par le haut Oeil moteur Gauche Vision basse fréquence 47 32 53 47 53 68 47 53 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% BA Mbas H fre OMD HA Mhaut B fre OMG Gardien 16% Artisan 16% Rationnel 37% Idéaliste 31% Distribution par tempérament Composite Team : Team Profile & Evolution
  44. 44. The right talent on each 360° Team Dynamic and indicators Anticipation capabilities Quick reaction time Leadership Clear objectives and roles Clear intention Decision making process Promote, respect diversity Project / Plan Level of pressure Quality of follow trough Targets Climate - Cooperation Implication - Respect Values - Mission Productivity Total quality management Constant improvement Linked Internal and external Information Produce quality and respect the delays 1 4 3 2 7 6 5 12 11 10 9 8
  45. 45. Learned Lesson #9 Maintaining Performance implies : - Self-organization - Renewing - Reduce Rules
  46. 46. Action | Types and Agile organization The complementarity between AT and the organization 5
  47. 47. Optimize energy (c) Agilbee & Action|Types 47
  48. 48. Optimize energy 48(c) Agilbee & Action|Types
  49. 49. Learned Lessons #10 Recuperation needs (You come back always on your talent by default)
  50. 50. Conclusion & next steps Personal information • Define your Deep Motivations • Learn to amplify his own talent • Work efficiently with the others • Consolidate team with a new adapted profil • Detect people closed to BurnOut Skill Action Types Training Organization • Coach of Coach • Coach of Manager • Coach of Team • Recruitment support • Skill bilan 10 learned lessons... To know more:
  51. 51. Patrice Petit Agile Coach & ScrumAlliance’s Certified Scrum Trainer • Founder and CEO of Agilii and Agilbee • Founder of Agile Tour • President of Agile World University • President of Agile Paris • Created and Organized the first events on Agile in France and everywhere in the world: – Agile Tour - Founder and Chairman since 2008 – XP Day France – Paris SIG • Agile Practioner since 2000 51(c) Agilbee & Action|Types
  52. 52. Philippe Houssin 52(c) Agilbee & Action|Types Born in Normandy, brittany adpoted ,energetic mixture Particular signs - More confortable with people than with machines - Not very tall but high endurance - Full of enthousiasm and innovative ideas - Focus : To perform (Accomplish challenges and one self) - Musician from time to time – Experimented sailor - Humour and positive thinking oriented Long Firm experience Training expert Certified Coach and trainer - 3 years as sale man - IGS chief learning officer licence - Individual and team - 6 years as operational manager - @ learning master - Heart rate variability - 6 years as manager of manager – 5 000 K€ training center leader - Performance and leadership - 7 years in human ressources - On line training Administration - Neuro harmonization
  53. 53. Ralph Hyppolyte 53(c) Agilbee & Action|Types Born in Haïti, Educate by french educator, American culture. Tasty mixture .Particular signs - More confortable with emerging process than with certitude - Impressive but sympathetic - High level of passion and leadership - Focus on being one of the best and help human to improve - Strategic from time to time - Empathy oriented - Genus créative and change Athlete et student USA team manager High level coach - Recordman shot put - French volley team - Trainer Insep (insep web site) - Volley player - UK volley team - Olympic Athlete, Sport coach and team - History study - NTD Volley UK - Firm leaders and managers - Psychology study
  54. 54. References • Hollande VolleyBall Team, Olympic Champion, Atlanta 1996 • “Sabre” France’s Team, Gold and Silver medail and World Champion • Tony Estanguet. Double Olympic Champion, Golden Medail, Canoe-Kayak • Staff, Director Committee and Cricket National Trainers (England) • Entreprises: ISS, LOREAL, CARREFOUR, AREVA… (c) Agilbee & Action|Types 54

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