This SkillsCast is currently only available to registered attendees of P3X — People Product Process eXchange 2021
It will be freely available to all Skills Matter members once the P3X — People Product Process eXchange 2021 early-access window expires on November 07, 2021.
Humans are wired to connect; our relationships with other people help us through bad times and celebrate the good. We get inspired by conversations with other people, benefit from learning about how others see the world and find magic when we join up ideas and collaborate on solutions.
The pandemic has taken some of this away from us. We’ve gone into a survival holding pattern that has left people lonely and lacking the social connections they need.
In this talk, we will celebrate connecting people, the power of communities and the magic of serendipity, then look at ways to bring these back into our lives.
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The Magic of Human Connections
Emily Webber is a London-based independent Agile consultant, coach, trainer and speaker. Her focus is on creating the right environments for people and teams to succeed. She does this by enabling effective collaboration, agile ways of working, embedding communities of practice and leading initiatives for growing skills and capabilities. All of which help create sustainable change.
She was previously the head of agile delivery at the Government Digital Service, where she built, developed and led a team of about 40 agile delivery professionals. At GDS, she created the widely-followed approach and maturity model for communities of practice and subsequently authored Building Successful Communities of Practice.