Dan North discusses a number of feedback models and techniques, where and how to apply them, explaining the sandwich feedback model, how it works and why it usually doesn’t.
Dom Davis takes a look at the Impostor Syndrome, discussing how and why it affects developers of all sizes.
Hannah Tometzki shares advice from experience on going through the hurdles of project design - customers dragging their feet, rekindling waning enthusiasm and handling distractions.
Jenni Jepsen shares the neuroscience behind why human brain is wired to connect with others, and how to use that to delight customers and stakeholders every day.
Portia Tung advises for playing at work to improve team relationships and fuel creativity.
Gary McGraw keynotes on the internal forces and relationships active inside companies that drive them to success by managing to take ideas and transform them into technologies.
Alisan Atvur shares success stories and failures of innovation managers within companies, providing methods for navigating organizational relationships and strengthening the role of designers.
Angela Harms keynotes on the importance of improving relationship and communication through empathetic listening, authentic connection and compassion rather than applying practices blindly.
Dan North shares some of the interactions with people that have shaped his accidental career: when he killed the production database, when the boss was wrong, when he was wrong, when he tried to quit.
Traci Fenton believes that building an organization on freedom rather than fear unleashes a hidden potential, a premise for creating a world-class organization that can change the world for better.
Portia Tung believes that play at work can improve team relationship and can fire up creativity.
Craig Larman explains the internal workings of a customer-supplier relationship, advising on how to proceed to ensure an offshore Agile development that is fulfilling for both parties.