Lead and Serve Others for Agile Denver

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Have you seen these problems? The organization wants to reward individuals. However, you know teams succeed when they work together. The organization focuses on manager- and HR-led performance management. You know that when you build relationships, you succeed without all that “performance management.” Your organization wants predictability. You want to encourage experimentation.
Regardless of your role as a project- or people-based leader, you’ve seen problems like these. If you’d like to see options to change your leadership practice, join Johanna Rothman as she discusses concrete alternatives you can consider. You can change how you lead in the organization—and deliver the business outcomes your organization needs.
Learn to create an environment that frees people to do their best work with your leadership. Become a modern leader who leads and serves others—not controls or directs them. And as you do, deliver the business outcomes your management wants and needs to see.

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