Self Leadership In An Agile World
This session is based on agile and lean leadership principles and takes the audience though a journey of self learning with a series of activites. There is a lot in the industry on concepts of ShuHaRi and Toyota Leadership principles. A succesful project needs each one of in a team to bring in a leadership skill. So how we do we know which skills we have as a team member or identify the skills others have in the group you work with.
One of the key phases self leadership awareness would be the discovery phase. This will help with concrete action items they can take out of the session in terms of skill set development.
Once the participants discover thier skill level. they will take part in exercises to take the leadership leap
Outline/structure of the Session
5 Minutes - Open the session with goals for the session and how to self manage the session. Form pairs.
15 minutes - Self Leadership Discovery Phase using two table activities
5 - Debrief
15 minutes - Exercises to assess the participatant to take the leaderhsip leap.
5 - Debrief
15 - Q & A
In the discovery phase
- Learn your self leadership strenghts and weaknesses.
- Prioritize them and get ready for debrief to your learning partner.
In the Taking the leap phase
- Identify the next leadership challenge based on the discovery phase.
- We will also help the participants on how to actually be succesful though the journey
The participants can later apply the same same exercise to solve real life challenges including applying it in the context of an agile team
Any one interested to be a leader particularly teams.
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