Let me start with a short story:
Group manager: I seem to have an issue. When I do regular group meetings with people, they are very silent and I am mostly speaking. They almost never ask questions and it is like a one way communication from me to them. I want to change that.
Ivo (Agile Coach): What would you like your regular group meetings be?
Group manager: I would like people to speak and share and help each other, not report to me. I want them to self-organize and solve their issue by themselves. I have read a lot about the importance of engaged people and it resonates well with me. I have actually once seen you doing a workshop and I want something similar. Can you help me?
Ivo (Agile Coach): Yes, I am more than happy to help you.
And this is how it started. Later I gave it a name - Group eXperience (GX) that someone creates with people. Be it a manager, leader, Scrum Master, be it a work meeting, workshop, gathering - you name it.
Group activities of different kinds have a huge impact on people. To a very large extent actual group experiences influence people engagement - one of the basic drivers of a healthy, striving and great organization.
What is the GX like that you create? What would you like it to be?
Interested? Let's talk!