Director of Process Definition and Measurement
location_on United States
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Member since 1 month
Do you feel like you have to conform to someone else's view of who you are or what you do? Do you long for a way to break free? Are you feeling stuck? Are you keeping yourself from where you truly want to be? Do you want to smash something? If you answer yes to any of these questions, this session is for you.
One of the biggest challenges in changing organizational culture is the "boxes" people are stuck in. In a vicious cycle, organizations reinforce those boxes through their cultures and processes! As we shift organizations toward more agile cultures the people we placed in those boxes are then stuck, and often seen as resisters. I believe with help they can learn to look outside their boxes and become more open to possibilities.
This interactive workshop introduces the concept of identifying those places we find ourselves held back from being awesome, and learning how to break free from those places! Then it provides next steps/resources, so participants can forge ahead with their own personal "box breaking". We see this as an opportunity for participants to break away from tradition and expectation - rather than focusing and fostering ways to be good where we ARE, we'll challenge participants to see where they COULD BE, should they leave convention behind.
How do you gather leadership support for your Agile Transformation? In this workshop we'll explore the easiest way to get leadership support for your transformation: By Building More Leaders!
In this session we will briefly describe our experience building an agile leadership program in a Fortune 25 healthcare company. Then we will spend the rest of the time going through fun activities to help leaders develop their emotional intelligence, increase their comfort with vulnerability, and walk away tools they can immediately apply to their teams.
If you want to move around, have a blast, and learn what a chihuahua and a banana can teach people about leadership then please stop by.