The Zen of Agility: Learning, Unlearning, and Why Simple Agile Isn’t Easy

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

Knowledge Levels:
-All Levels in areas of leadership, team dynamics, behavior change, and relationship building
-Intermediate+ in areas of Agile Values, Principles, and Frameworks

Structure Note:
While this session is a presentation style, it is also highly interactive with a few short discussions and activities that are best accomplished in smaller groups. Therefore, having a "discussion cluster" setup via small tables or other groupings are preferred to maximize the value and interaction for the session.

Becca Hiller

Agile + Leadership Coach & Creativity Cultivator

Louisville, Kentucky, United States


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