Agile Coaching Coaching Learning and Development Personal Growth Business Productivity Creativity
Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Driven by courage, curiosity, and compassion, Becca Hiller knows valued people deliver value. As an Agile Coach, Becca helps humans reach agility potential. Her own agility shines through sharpened improv skills, a mighty pen, a hungry brain, a passion for teaching and coaching, and applying mud run lessons to clean up challenges.
Becca is currently based in Nashville, TN.
Ethics and equity matter. Staying in business matters. These guideposts are not mutually exclusive, though it can often feel as such when making priority decisions. We can commit to doing what’s right, not just what’s easy. However, in order to harness business agility, leverage leadership strategy, and obtain company commitment, we must make it easier to do what’s right.
But how do we make the compelling value case? How do we align our business agility to business integrity? In our session, we will build an initial toolkit to:
- Connect high-integrity initiatives to high-value strategy using tangible business cases
- Highlight inclusive solutions as valuable solutions
- Uncover what’s feeding resistance
- Show that economics and ethics don’t have to be separate
- Increase team literacy around Minimum Ethical Delivery
Becoming Agile is just applying values and principles and winning hearts and minds to shift culture and embrace practices and habits that align toward agility. Right? Easier said than done? Let’s peel back the layers and discuss:
What Zen can teach us about Agile (including simplicity, stillness, practice, and the Beginner’s Mind)
Fundamental differences between learning and unlearning
Concepts such as habit building and breaking, singular focus, incremental improvement, and stages of mastery
Explore challenges (and baggage) along the journey to “Agile Enlightenment”
The role of leaders, teachers, mentors, and coaches in bringing a little more mindfulness to agility