The global tragedy that has affected us all over the last year, and the current challenges Myanmar faces, gives leaders an extra set of pressures. The question that often comes up is how do you boost employee engagement, inspire change and move your teams and leaders forward? Agile Leadership has emerged as an answer to help leaders build and lead an organization that can adapt to the challenges it faces.

To build and lead an agile organization, it’s crucial that the leaders develop new mindsets and capabilities to transform themselves, their teams, and the organization. /McKinsey Insights

MPC’s Agile Leadership course led by Eric Byron starts with a discussion of servant leadership because you can’t lead an organization to change until you have changed. Leading an organization through change is more emotional than mechanical. You must be in the right mindset, with the correct attitudes and motivations yourself.  

Discussions center around creating a safe environment. You can’t inspire innovation,  risk-taking, passion and high performing teams if you don’t intentionally, and meaningfully,  create an environment where it is safe to take risks, safe to fail, and safe to speak up. You must be willing to put in the effort to shape the company or department culture and make it a culture that brings out the best in people. 

While this course talks a lot about dealing with people it also provides real, practical and actionable things you can do within your organization to transform it. A transformed organization will overcome challenges and pursue new opportunities fearlessly and tenaciously.  

Two Agile Leaders will join as guest speakers to add on their experiences to the discussions.

If you believe there is hidden potential within your organization then this course is for you.  Let’s work together to unleash that potential and create an organization that adapts quickly to changing requirements, technology, markets and opportunities. 

Who shall attend

  • Executives and Leaders, Managers, Directors, CIOs, and VPs
  • Development, QA, and Infrastructure Management
  • Program and Project Managers
  • Product and Product Line Management
  • Portfolio Managers, PMO, and Process Leads
  • Enterprise, System, and Solution Architects