Business Agility: Leadership & You
How do we approach leadership, change and engagement in an era of disruption, complex social networks, and increasingly chaotic environments? On top of that, how do we adapt to the fast emerging new world of work?
Increasingly, those given accountability to realise benefits from change initiatives must learn new approaches and become skilled at delivering results more quickly. At its core, learning to adopt an agile mindset and business agility muscles are new imperatives.
Connect - Simplify – Change: Jude’s approach focuses on connecting people, simplifying the work at hand, and working together at all levels to change how work is done.
This session will explore:
The ‘why’ of the changing business and social landscape - and how to make sense of it
- The 'what' of the new leadership skills required - and that it starts with you
- The 'how' of a three step business agility coaching approach
Outline/structure of the Session
The Why - 10 mins
The What - 15 mins
The How - 10 mins
Q & A - 10 mins
A new awareness of leadership and agility
A new approach to work across all teams
A new approach to integrating your change approach into the new way of working
A way of building engagement roadmaps that incorporate leadership, collaboration, communication, culture, support and shared learning
Anyone and everyone coming to LAST Conference
Just bring an open mind
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A diverse set of luminaries to discuss how to enhance agility in the enterprise. Covering all the big scale challenges that large organisations face, such as multiple business lines, disparate technology stacks, geographically dispersed teams, 10s to 100s of products, etc.