Embracing Errors: The Agile Leader’s Roadmap to Growth
Do you want your organization to be more innovative?
If so, you need to embrace failure. Failure is not the opposite of success, it's a necessary part of the innovation process. In this webinar, we'll discuss how to reframe the perception of failure, create an environment where mistakes are openly discussed, and build a culture of continuous learning.
We'll also cover:
- How to lead by example and own up to your mistakes
- How to create a support system for your team
- How to reward innovative thinking
- How to give regular feedback
By the end of the webinar, you'll have a renewed perspective on failure and the practical tips you need to build and lead a more innovative organization.
A consultant with over 18 years of varied professional experience, I have led soldiers in the field and business professionals in the boardroom and courtroom. A love of learning and an almost consuming sense of curiosity have led me through an exciting and fulfilling life. My father often joked that my first word was “Why?” I am a proud prior serviceman. I served in the Tennessee Army National Guard for eight years and received the Commandant’s Award during my Primary Leadership Development Course leading to my promotion to Sergeant. I actively practiced law for over 12 years before being introduced to Agile practices. I was hooked when I took my first course and immediately saw the benefit of being “Agile” even outside the development environment. Since taking that course (and many others), I transitioned to Agile Consulting and continue to focus on helping develop and guide lean-agile servant-leaders in software-adjacent and non-technical areas. I hold SAFe 5.0 SPC, RTE, and Scrum Master certificates and am currently enjoying disproving the misconception that “Agile only works for software development."