Upcoming Online Events:
Agile Principles To Build High-Performing Teams
Time: 12.00 (CST) / 18:00 (GMT)
This webinar is for middle managers, team leads, supervisors, aspiring leaders, who wish to develop their leadership & management skills.
Agile as a concept isn’t that hard to grasp and too often it is only associated with project management. However, some of the key agile frameworks (Scrum, Kanban, XP etc.) have got some really good practices that can be applied outside of project management and software development to build high-performing teams.
In this short webinar we'll look at how to concretely use and apply some key agile values and methodologies to lead your team to success. You'll learn to develop better collaboration, create synergy and make your one-to-one and team meetings more productive.
We will cover the following points:
• What makes a high performing team
• The agile mindset and the benefits for my team & organization
• Concrete practices to use with my team to enhance team collaboration and productivity (Kanban board, daily scrums, reviews and retrospectives)
There will be some time for questions and answers at the end of the webinar.
Find out more information and register by clicking HERE
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Continuous Coaching & Feedback (watch it here)
Creating Development Plans (watch it here)
Setting SMART objectives to empower your team members (watch it here)
Bringing the strategy to life (watch it here)
Professional Development for Shell Oil: Understanding personality types to build better working relationships
Past live events in Houston:
Professional development: Introducing Emotional Intelligence
Anxiety management with EFT
Letting go of stress and anxiety with NLP and the cognitive mind
Anxiety management with mindfulness and breathing techniques
Professional development: Building better work relationships through understanding personality types
Letting go of stress and anxiety with self-hypnosis
Due to Covid-19 all in person training events have been postponed.