This course teaches you the practical steps you can take to uplift your Agile team environment to improve sentiment, drive collaboration and achieve the benefits of Agile principles. Whether you are a manager, coach or team member this course will give you the insights you need to empower your team for success and greater productivity. If you lack confidence with Agile leadership and struggle to create optimal team environments then this course will boost your influence and make you a better leader.
Drawing on my PhD research into Agile teams around the world, I teach exactly what I learnt from interviewing 25 senior Agile leaders from 5 different continents. Find out exactly how Agile teams can flourish despite being in traditional organisations with established management practices of hierarchy and command. You can have success with Agile under these conditions, but it depends on your leadership practices in the team environment. Do this course and learn how to put the right practices into place so that you can benefit from an empowered team that is more productive, collaborative and effective.
In this course you will learn:
Servant leadership and how this practically helps teams succeed
The importance of trust and the role you play in developing trusted relationships
The relationship between team sentiment and empowerment
Why teams need to be empowered, supported and trusted to get their work done
How my research developed ground breaking insights about team environments
How Agile principles are in conflict with traditional management practices of large organisations
Get engaging 1:1 lessons, downloadable resources, wipeboard lessons as well as a slide-based explanation of what I learned while researching Agile teams around the world. If you are a manager, coach, or leader in an Agile team environment, you will need to be thinking about how you empower your teams to be successful. Whether in a physical or virtual team set up, these practices and principles will make you a better leader and help your team succeed.