schedule Sep 29th 02:00 PM - 02:30 PM place Z309 people 17 Attending

This talk is all about Jacinta’s agility journey and how it’s impacted every aspect of her life. Jacinta will explore the traits, characteristics and values that make up an agility mindset.

There’s been set backs, inspirations and life milestones that have triggered Jacinta to grow her agility mindset. By reflecting on this growth and being prepared to share her journey with the teams she coaches allows her to build trusted relationships and demonstrates her passion for agility. She hopes you will be inspired to grow yours or support others to grow their agility mindset and consider how it can impact your life.

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

  • What does and agile mindset look like?
  • Everyone can grow an agile mindset – The choice is yours.
  • Explore some examples of how Jacinta grew her agile mindset that you could try
  • How this journey helps Jacinta coach others

Learning Outcome

Session participants will learn what traits can make a good Agilest as well some approaches to grow those traits.

Target Audience

People wanting to improve their agility mindset or inspire others to do so.

Prerequisite

Familiarity with basic Agile terminology e.g. Stand up, Definition of Done, Retrospective, Showcase.

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