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Agile Leadership Experience

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Agile Leadership Experience

Where: The Leela, Gurugram When: 02-Mar-19

Included Certificate: Agile Leadership Experience , SEUs: 8 , PDUs: 8

What does it mean to be a leader in an agile environment? What capacities do Agile leaders need to be able to navigate constant change, to be able to make fast decisions and to create environments is which people have space and safety to experiment and fail? Leaders of Agile transformations need the ability to see the bigger picture and sense the opportunity in a situation or challenge. They need to embrace their own humanness, to be up close and personal, without getting entangled in the situation. They are able to tap into their intuitive intelligence to sense the next steps forward, without having a detailed plan. Building and strengthening these capacities enable the leader to take the Agile transformation to the next level of maturity and to build a true Agile culture within the organization.
Are you ready to take the next step in your leadership? Are the complexities in your organization asking you to take your leadership to the next level? Do you want to grow towards a more conscious style of leadership to increase energy, engagement and productivity in yourself and the people you lead?
Enroll in the Agile Leadership Experience on March 2nd 2019.

Key Takeaways -

You will learn how to:

  • Be the change you want to lead
  • Facilitate the emerging of environments where people can flourish
  • Bring your Agile transformation to the next level
  • Increase energy, engagement and productivity in your organization
  • Oversee the bigger picture and sense the opportunity in a situation or challenge

Target Audience –

Brave leaders and managers in large and medium sized (Agile) organizations, (Agile) Thoughtleaders, Agile Coaches and Consultants who are willing to look inward and see themselves grow.

Deepti Jain and Dianne Elsinga