The Key to Self-Organization: Getting Rid of Limiting Beliefs
Your actions are driven by your emotions and beliefs. Your past experience – from childhood till today – has influenced your current strategies to cope with day to day situations; from driving your car through in a traffic jam, to how you engage in a conflict situation with a team member. You have a mental projection of how things are, and how things work. We all do. But are they (still) valid, and are they helping you or blocking you from achieving your goals? By becoming aware of your limiting beliefs you can break out of the vicious circle you might have been in for probably a long time. Many challenges in teams can be traced back to beliefs of the individual team members. So instead of fighting the symptoms, let’s find the culprit. This workshop contains some powerful reflection exercises that can be confronting when you become aware of certain things about yourself, and this could trigger a certain emotional state. Please take this into account when you want to participate in our workshop.
- You have become aware of your own limiting beliefs.
- You have unlocked your full potential by embracing empowering beliefs.
- You can lead by example.
My personal mission: to inspire others to discover new ways of working and collaboration.
How should you organize work? How to get the best out of yourself, other people, teams and organizations? What makes your customers happy? By consultancy, coaching, training, and writing, I try to help answer these kinds of questions every day.
A year ago I paired up with Chris Hazeu, and we focussed on developing workshops around the topics of self-management and self-awareness. During our session at SDE we will let you experience the power of relatively simple but very powerful excersices to take more ownership of your own limiting beliefs and patterns. And as a consequence, you will discover the potential value of these excercies for your own team and organization.
I have provided 100+ training courses and workshops in the fields of Scrum, Agile Product Development, Kanban, and Personal Leadership. I have advised and coached 15+ different organizations (both profit and nonprofit). Before I became an external consultant, coach, and trainer, I have been 5+ years part of different Scrum Teams, in which I have acted as a Development Team member, Product Owner, and Scrum Master. I have published various blog posts.