About Sakthi Chandrasekar
Sakthi Chandrasekar is an Agile enthusiast and executive coach focused on systemic organisational change through transformational coaching. Sakthi has over a decade of experience in business and technology transformation by applying Lean and Agile principles.
Sakthi is passionate and curious about tapping into the innate organisational value and cultural drivers, and then working with leaders to find potential opportunities for emergent change from within the system.
Before embarking on his first public sector role as Head of Agile Services at Department of Education Victoria, Sakthi had been part of major transformation programs across industries including Banking, Financial Services, Energy, Utilities and Telecommunication. While he has worked with major consulting firms like Deloitte, Product based organisations like Oracle and two of the Big 4 banks in Australia, he is also the Co-founder of Incremental Learning and Consulting.
How to overcome organisational resistance to change, one conversation at a time
What if you can identify the root cause for organisational resistance to change?
What if you can more reliably create buy-in to change?
In the 14th Annual State of Agile Report, over 40,000 Agile executives, practitioners, and consultants have pointed to organisational resistance to change as the number one challenge to the adoption and scaling of Agile, not technology or process.
Many teams’ resistance to change might be pigeon-holed in the “too hard” basket if it wasn’t for the latest discoveries in neuroscience, empathy and positive psychology.
Empathy-hacking Agilist, Sakthi will share his personal experience in applying empathy hacks to bring positive change to resistant teams.
The audience can expect to:
- Enhance their ability to positively influence culture change, leveraging insights gained through Improved self-awareness
- Take personal leadership skills to the next level with practical science-backed empathy-hack tools
- Get resources to take their learnings further and apply them in everyday work.