Case Study on Leadership Agility

Leadership Agility from Traditional to Agile Mindset is need of an hour. Management associates are looking out for the options to adapt themselves in the new age agile environment in the organisations. This presentation will give a glimpse and pathway to attain the leadership agility. Various levels of achieving the leadership agility will be discussed and this session will enable them to design their own style of leadership agility



 
 

Outline/Structure of the Presentation

- Leadership Agility

- Challenges in gaining Leadership Agility Mindset

- Stages in Leadership Agility

- Case study of AMT

Learning Outcome

- Various levels in Leadership Agility and how to attain each levels

- Key assumptions in Leadership agility

- Device your own leadership style

- Leadership development

Target Audience

Agile coaches and Management professionals

schedule Submitted 7 months ago

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