Organizational development Coach, Founder of OKRs AT THE CENTER, Author, Speaker exploring new ways of working, living and learning!
Natalija is a trainer, coach, and chance taker. She supports companies wanting to increase focus, autonomy, and value creation to identify and prioritize their challenges, set valuable goals and continuously improve.
Natalija has been working within People Development and Transformation since 2010 before starting her own business offering an entire ecosystem of training and coaching focusing on Leadership & Responsibility, OKRs and Remote Collaboration and Learning.
Her work is shaped by living in and working with many different countries, cultures, and customers and changing perspectives to redefine what is possible.
As the founder of okrs-at-the-center.com, she strives to create a collaborative platform, in which OKR practitioners inside and outside of companies can explore the possibilities of developing organizations with OKRs at the heart of their transformation.
In 2020, she published the practical book “OKRs at the center: How to drive change with goals and create the organization you want” together with Sonja Mewed via Sense & Respond Press.
We make more than 20,000 decisions every day and they determine how, with whom and with what we spend time. Not every decision is earth-shattering and many are rightly made unconsciously - but some decisions have more implications than others and should therefore be made very consciously. In this talk, Natalija will pursue what is necessary to challenge currently established decision-making paths at the level of the entire organization, in teams, but also for each individual through practical examples. And discuss how you can create space to consciously (again and again) make decisions to focus on what truly matters! In addition, she will shed light on where and how agile principles and methods such as OKRs, Scrum, Kanban and Co. can support this - and where their limits are - and why wasting time sometimes makes a lot of sense! What listeners will learn: - Different perspectives on “wasting time” - Tools to reflect on your current decision-making processes - practical strategies for everyday (work) life for conscious decisions.