Personal Agility and the Future of Work
November 7 @ 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM IST
In today’s VUCA times, when so little is in our control, Personal Agility is a critical leadership skill. Personal Agility is all about learning, unlearning, and relearning while retaining the ability to ‘sense and respond’.
Agile software development practices have a lot to offer as we think about the ever-evolving Future of Work. Agile helps us become more present, understand what’s going on in front of us, and adjust our plans accordingly. It empowers us to see potential and opportunity instead of problems and concerns.
This is a highly experiential 3x 90-minute session series, where we will explore the following:
Session #1: Agile 101 and how it aligns with ways of being (November 7th)
Agile software/technology development practices such as Scrum and Kanban, and how they can be transferred over to the world of work – not just to what we do, how we do but also how we are.
Session #2: Key ‘Future of Work’ challenges/opportunities for individuals/teams (November 14th)
1-2-3 of Personal Agility: Sense and Respond, Inspect and Adapt, Learn/Relearn and Unlearn
Session #3: Personal Agility as a differentiator in the Future of Work (November 21st)
Importance of personal agility in the context of Future of Work.
There will be an opportunity to make long-lasting connections and find global accountability partners for the personal and professional goals that you set during the course.
Takeaways from the program:
- Clarity re: Future of Work-oriented skills
- The 3 pillars of Personal Agility
- Your very own Personal Agility Map
About the Trainer
Meenakshi is a T-shaped, Lean-Agile-Human-Centered Design practitioner; and an ICF-Certified Personal Agility and Self-Leadership Coach. Her interdisciplinary career spans IT, Agile/business transformation, international healthcare, HR, Training, and ESL Teaching, in India and the USA.
Meenakshi Iyer is a global citizen, an inclusive and collaborative servant leader, and a professional thinker and doer. “Stop. Breathe. Think. Act.” is her motto.