A Different Me – Episode 9
Liz Keogh, our next A Different Me guest, said she never really gave much thought to Diversity and Inclusion. Liz said she didn't give the idea much thinking until she had to. When Liz began writing her new novel she became aware of the fact that she had some unconscious racist bias. During Liz's journey with Diversity and Inclusion she wanted to go about eliminating this bias from her life and here is her story. See all episodes of A Different Me and sign up to the series! If you would like to be involved or have your own story…....
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Liz Keogh is an independent Lean and Agile consultant based in London. She is a well-known blogger and international speaker, a core member of the BDD community and a contributor to a number of open-source projects including JBehave.She works with subjects as diverse as haiku poetry, complexity thinking, effective personal feedback and OO development, and has a strong technical background with almost 15 years’ experience in delivering and coaching others to deliver large-scale enterprise applications, which she now combines with a focus on psychology, NLP and adult learning. She has pioneered the application of learning models in measuring Agile maturity and coaching progress, and is currently interested in modelling risk and change with complexity thinking and the Cynefin framework.
Liz was awarded the Gordon Pask award in 2010 for deepening existing ideas in the Agile space and “coming up with some pretty crazy ones of her own”. She is also a science fiction writer and published poet.