Huntersville/Cabarrus County Virtual Meeting -Learn what it takes to be an adaptive and agile leader. Speaker:Betsy Kauffman
We work in complex and challenging environments with change being thrown at us warp speed. In order to survive and thrive as leaders, it is critical that we adopt an adaptive and agile leadership style. However, what does that exactly mean and how do we gain the skills and mindset in order to make this change? We will explore what it means to be an agile leader, how we support team members in this new way of leading, and the behaviors necessary to be a leader in this new way of working. Please join me as we explore how to survive and thrive as a leader in our complex work environments.
Betsy Kauffman Bio:
Betsy Kauffman (PMP, CSM, CSPO, PSM, SPC4, ICP-APM, ICP-ACC, ICP-ATF, PMI-ACP, ICP-ATL, Co-Active® Trained Coach) is a globally recognized Leadership and Organizational Coach with more than 20 years' experience working with high performing individuals and teams. As a Leadership Coach, she is responsible for supporting individuals and teams at the executive, portfolio, and team levels for several Fortune 500 organizations. She loves coaching and helping others discover the impact they want to have individually, within their teams/organizations, and globally.
She started her own coaching and consulting firm, Cross Impact Coaching, over 5 years ago when she realized the work she loved to do and the impact it made was desperately needed in corporate America. Betsy is actively involved in the community and is often asked to be a keynote speaker where she enjoys presenting on a range of topics regarding values discovery, navigating complexity, organizational culture and implementing change. She is one of seven authors for the Agile Practice Guide published in conjunction with Agile Alliance and Project Management Institute (PMI) in September 2017. Betsy is currently serving as a Steering Committee member for PMI’s Global Practice Analysis team and on the Development Team for the PMBOK® Guide v. 7.
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