The Agile Leader with Silvia de Ridder
The term Agile is everywhere today. Small and large organisations alike have embraced some form of Agility. Leading in an agile environment requires leaders who are self aware, facilitative, and adaptive, build self organised teams and utilise a collaboration rather than command-and-control leadership style.
Agile leaders can be project managers, product owners, product managers, Agile team coaches, Lean champions, Scrummasters or leaders of any Agile team.
The Agile Leader program provides key skills to move towards effectively leading Agile teams.
Who should attend?
• Anyone leading in an Agile project environment
What will you learn?
• Defining the Agile Leader
• Leadership styles and their application in an agile environment
• Brain based leadership
• Skills of an Agile leader
• Agile conversations
• Neuroscience of leading agile teams
What Are Others Saying?
‘What I loved about the training was that the theory was reinforced by an immediate practical session that followed it. The practical sessions were a real eye opener and allowed us to identify our areas of improvement and how we can apply the theory to overcome those.
Silvia’s sessions are like a journey of self discovery. Her methods of teaching bind theory with practical so that we are able to understand how we need to apply the knowledge which we have gained. I would recommend Silvia to anyone.’ – PinPoint Marketing (Mastercard)
‘The starting point for the success of this program was in identifying the gap. Silvia's consultations revealed to us that we lacked knowledge and skills in coaching - a key facet for Scrum Masters. The course laid out actionable pieces which gave immediate benefit. Well worth it for anyone who is newly in the role of Scrum Master.’ – PinPoint Marketing (Mastercard)
Paxus CDB Offices - King Street Sydney NSW 2000
Bringing a mobile phone is recommended. Plan to arrive at least 15 minutes early so that the class can start on time.
Commercial parking stations are available in the area. Paxus is also a short walk from the Wynyard Train Station.
Saturday, 5 May 2019, 09:00 to 17:00.
Tea and coffee is provided (cafes are close to the venue also)
|PRICE ($AUD)||PMI Sydney Chapter Members||Non Member|
|Early Bird (up to 16 April)||$300 ($330 incl. GST)||$480 ($528 incl.GST)|
|Regular Price until Event||$420 ($462 incl.GST)||$600 ($660 incl.GST)|
Registrations are open until the 1st May or when participant capacity of 20 is reached.
NB: If you are a PMI Sydney Chapter member, before registering for this event please be sure to first log in to www.pmisydney.org via the home page. Refunds will not be given for members that have forgotten to log in first. If you have an issue logging in before registering for the event please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your issue and do not register until the issue is resolved first.
PDU Hours: 7
The PMI Sydney Chapter recognises the important role PMI Registered Education Providers play in the advancement of the Project Management profession and will support these organisations in preference to organisations that are not registered with PMI. However, should Registered Education Providers be unavailable, the Sydney Chapter may engage other individuals or organisations to present relevant courses for the benefit of the Chapter members.
|Event Date||04-05-2019 9:00 am|
|Event End Date||04-05-2019 5:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||01-01-2019|
|Cut off date||01-05-2019|
|Individual Price||Prices start from $300|
|Speaker||Silvia de Ridder|
|Location||Paxus - CBD Offices|