|21 May 2013 |
Webinar - Your Agile Leadership Gift
When: June 14, 2013 12:00 PM ET (UTC-0400)
Twenty five years of applied research on the front lines of project and organization leadership has revealed how personal responsibility works in our minds. That's right, we now understand the mental processes by which humans avoid taking ownership for &quot;stuff&quot; in our lives and work -- and how we take it. These powerful breakthroughs are being successfully applied by leaders worldwide as a fundamental framework for learning, success, performance, teamwork and happiness.
We call it the Leadership Gift.
In this webinar, you will get a complete introduction to your Leadership Gift, including the mind's Responsibility Process™ and the Keys to Responsibility™ for applying, practicing, and mastering responsibility in your life, work, and relationships. Your takeaways will include:
Knowing how, why, and when to get started using your Leadership Gift
Applications for project success, leadership, and teamwork
How and when to apply it to yourself and others
Resources available for advanced study and mastery
About Christopher Avery:
Christopher is a sought-after, international speaker, author, and business advisor on responsible leadership, teamwork, and change for companies like GAP, Wells Fargo, and Ebay. Known for his cutting-edge work to demystify and then develop practical team leadership skills for engineers and other technical professionals, Christopher wrote the popular classic Teamwork Is An Individual Skill for everyone who is fed up with working in bad teams. Fortune magazine called it the only book on teamwork you need to read.
As the visionary force behind the worldwide Leadership Gift community, Christopher applies groundbreaking discoveries about personal responsibility and performance to support leaders intent on rapidly building highly reliable, agile, sustainable, and accelerating teams and cultures.
Christopher is president of Partnerwerks Inc., the company he co-founded in 1991 to document best practices for collaborating under competitive conditions. He is an agile coach with Rally Software, teaching Scrum and Product Owner workshops. Christopher is also a Senior Consultant with the IT and Agile Project Management practices of the Cutter Consortium, a Boston-area think tank. He co-authored the Declaration of Interdependence and co-founded the Agile Project Leadership Network dedicated to connecting, developing, and supporting great project leaders.
Christopher earned his Doctorate in Communication of Technology from The University of Texas at Austin where he occasionally lectures. He is a Visiting Scholar at Capella University.
The author of hundreds of articles and commentaries about individual and collective performance at work, Christopher is a popular source for the media