It takes time and trust for a team to learn to work together well, and if you’ve achieved that it’s not surprising that you want to keep it that way. But unexpected events can disrupt your team’s equilibrium: people leave to take up other opportunities, wider priorities and strategies shift, and organisations restructure themselves. Change is guaranteed, so how do you handle its impact on your team?
You can equip your team with an understanding of their context and empower them to work productively in times of uncertainty. Jenny Duckett shares practical steps you can take as a leader to build an open, outward-facing team whose members take ownership of their work, help each other learn, and embrace new challenges.
|Encouraging a culture of learning across your organisation||DevOpsDays Berlin 2017||October 2017|
|Security workshop||Women of Silicon Roundabout 2017||May 2017|
|Building GOV.UK without breaking the web||Ada Lovelace Day Live! 2016||October 2016|
|Web security workshop||Internal workshop at GDS||June 2016|
|How we built GOV.UK without breaking the web||GitHub Satellite 2016||May 2016|
|Moving government publishing to GOV.UK without breaking the web||OpenTech 2015||June 2015|