|Webinar from Our Sponsor | The Temenos Iceberg Model for Culture Change|
Ever wonder what cultural change looks like within an enterprise? Well, it looks like an iceberg! Some parts of the culture are visible, some parts are partially visible, and some parts are completely hidden from view. As an enterprise change agent, it’s important to understand this to be effective, whether you’re internal to the enterprise (iCAT), external to the enterprise (eCAT), or an executive change agent (xCAT). In this webinar, we presented the Temenos Iceberg Model, and you’ll gain valuable insight into how you can navigate the tricky waters of cultural change.
Siraj Sirajuddin has 22+ years of experience in providing excellent change management coaching and leadership to large and medium-sized organizations all over the globe. He invented several unique techniques under the Temenos umbrella, including Influence Maps, Supplication, Exit & Re-entry, Language of Elegance, The Interview, Clean Slate, Cereal Box, and Intensive Collaboration & Discovery, which are now used for managing strategic plans and scaling operations and projects at various client locations. Siraj is an expert in and ongoing student of systems thinking, learning organizations, people dynamics, transactional analysis, MBTI, FIRO(B), Element B, leadership and motivation, and team building. He hosts and facilitates the annual STIA+ conferences. He loves poetry, travel, music, books, and being with people. He brings tremendous energy and passion to every engagement.
Susan Gibson has more than 30 years of experience in the tech industry — from developer to management consultant. She has been a pioneering Agile transformation coach and SAFe Consultant and is a Temenos Facilitator. She consistently seeks ways to bring authenticity and compassion to software and product delivery. Susan works with Fortune 500 companies using Agile and Temenos to activate change and true cultural transformation. As a Temenos Facilitator, Susan also leads transformative 3-day labs that apply these same methodologies on a more personal level. She is a major contributor to Urban Campfire, G Day for Girls, and the STIA-Temenos Conference, as she speaks regularly at several organizational development conferences around the country. Her gentle insights are always perceptive and she has a knack for bringing together groups of seemingly incongruent teams. Susan is a nomad who loves traveling and learning about new cultures by meeting people from all over the world.