Emergent Agile Leadership - with Tobias Mayer
The business world is awash with leadership training, and the Agile space is no different. So what sets the Emergent Agile Leadership workshop apart from all the other offerings? Very simply, you will not learn to be a leader. You will learn instead to be a good citizen, and in understanding the nature of citizenship your natural leadership tendancies will be sparked, positioning you to take on leadership duties as and when required, without fear, and more vitally, without arrogance and without an assumed air of superiority.
Agile transitions require gentle leaders, thoughtful leaders, leaders who know when to serve, when to step up and when to step aside.
Agile requires everyone to lead, when the time is appropriate for the type of leadership each of us can offer—and all of us can offer leadership. We just need to try a little less, release a little more.
Shift your paradigm
Emergent Agile Leadership will take you on a two-day journey to discover you innate citizenship, your ability to love, to serve, to create, to confront, to rise above the mundane and live to your fullness within the madness of the corporate world, seeding transformation as you go.
Using poetry, storytelling, dialog, improvisation, creative writing, theatre games, metaphor and scripture the Emergent Leadership experience will challenge your mind and open your heart.
If you are already a leader this workshop may be a process of unlearning, emptying your cup in order to make room for a different way of thinking, a different approach to leadership. If you do not (yet) coinsider yourself a leader this workshop will unlock your potential to be one.
If all goes well you'll leave with a sense of awe at how something as simple as good citizenship becomes great leadership in the Agile space, and you'll be ready to arrive at your next station with a willingness to be the best you that you are capable of being, whether leader, citizen or some oscillating hybrid of the two.
Do not attend this workshop if you have any desire to hold onto, or gain corporate power, or wish to maintain the status quo. This workshop is for fearless adventurers, curious investigators, and unorthodox thinkers.