Leading an organization to Real Agility is a complex and difficult task.
Leading to Real Agility is about how leaders including executives and senior managers help their organization achieve great business results and a great corporate culture. This video introduces the topics of our next series of videos.
This is the first video in a series on Leading to Real Agility.
Leading to Real Agility
The following topics will be covered in the video series. A new video will be posted every two weeks.
- Leadership Responsibilities – what must leaders do to inspire change.
- Communicate the Vision for Change – how leaders can craft a compelling vision for change.
- Lead by Example – the actions of leaders matter.
- Change the Organization – the primary work of leaders.
- Environment for Change – hindering and helping change.
- Real Agility Practices – how do leaders and their staff work?
- Choosing a Change Approach – options for changing your enterprise.
- Leadership and Culture – what do you need to know to change culture?
- Change Adoption Curve – when do people adopt change?
- Leadership Time Allocation – a major benefit of improvement.
- Handling Resistance and Laggards – leading sometimes means pushing.
- Choosing a Pilot Project – some projects are better than others when you’re starting out.
- Real Agility at Scale – if you have a big organization.
- Organizational Agility – having wholeness and integrity throughout.
- Individual Leadership Development – a leader’s personal journey.
- Assessing Your Organization – where are you right now?
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Mishkin Berteig presents the concepts in this video series. Mishkin has worked with leaders for over fifteen years to help them create better businesses. Mishkin is a certified Leadership Circle Profile practitioner and a Certified Scrum Trainer. Mishkin is co-founder of BERTEIG. The Real Agility program includes assessment, and support for delivery teams, managers and leaders.
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