I asked a question a while back about taking notes at a stand up.
Since then, I have been asked by my team leader to step back as the stand up leader and take a more passive role, so to still contribute to my fullest, but not to lead the stand up.
At the moment, our stand ups are just status meeting. Each person just says I did this, then on to the next person. We are trying to include stand up meetings into an environment that is not yet Agile. My team leader wants this stand up meeting to be completely controlled by the team and to be used a HUB for us to refocus and help each other with any issues that arise. This is a great idea, but nobody says anything of value. They will struggle with something for days and still not say anything at the stand up. Eventually when they are asked by the team leader they confess they haven't made any headway.
Because the team leader does not attend the stand ups, they do not know that they are really not going as planned. I don't want to be a whistle blower and say "this person is not running a stand up properly and as a result we aren't getting anything out of it". What I want to do, is find a way to move us into a more traditional stand up, without taking over from the person leading the stand up.
TLDR; How can I use my time at the team stand up to help it run smoothly without actually taking over the stand up