The course is unfortunately cancelled.
2-day immersion in proven mental models for agile leadership and organization.
“Culture” and “leadership” are widely viewed as primary impediments to agility in larger enterprises. This workshop confronts these impediments directly by inviting leaders to examine proven mental models—including The Responsibility Process®, 3 Keys to Responsibility, and the Power or Control Process; and more—that support executing on strategic vision and purpose while responding to change in a people-first culture of personal and shared responsibility.
Benefits Of Attending
- Greater ability to lead yourself and others.
- Increased ability to confront and solve problems of organization and culture.
- Gain new perspective and insight into organizational dynamics so you can be a more effective leader.
Agile Leadership and The Responsibility Process
- The Return on Responsibility
- Accountability /Responsibility
- Problems Between
- The Responsibility Process
Agile Development and Ownership Behavior
- Learning and feedback
- Confronting impediments
Leading from Responsibility for Responsibility
- How to elevate responsibility
- The leadership imperative
- Power or control?
- New paradigms of leadership
All participants will get a free copy of Averys new book ”Responbsibility Process Unlocking Your Natural Ability to Live and Lead with Power
Past students say…
My measure for workshop quality is how much they occupy me afterwards and I can say this one was a hit.
– Jan De Baere, Program Manager, Cegeka, Belgium
Who this course is for
ScrumMasters, Project Managers, Agile Coaches and managers from the middle to the top of organizations pursuing agile leadership and culture.
Learning outcomes for this course
- Understand leadership for shared responsibility and self-governance.
- Recognize learning as the bottleneck to organizational agility.
- Know how leadership behaviors can raise or lower ownership behavior in any group.
- The role of advice-giving and -receiving in dis-empowering people and learning.
- How organizations unintentionally create isolated islands of agility, and what to do about it.
- Compare and contrast traditional leadership and agile leadership on ten dimensions.
- Assess yourself against the responsible leadership scorecard.
- Apply 3 Keys to Responsibility to changes you want to make as a result of the workshop
No practical experience with Agile methods is necessary, though some familiarity with Agile principles and practices is useful.