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Agile Leadership Training

Wednesday, November 20, 2019 - 9:00AM to
Friday, November 22, 2019 - 4:30PM EST
Venue Address: 
New York, NY / Virtual
Wednesday, November 20, 2019 - 9:00AM to
Friday, November 22, 2019 - 4:30PM EST
2019-11-20 09:00:00 2019-11-22 16:30:00 America/New_York Agile Leadership Training See more details at: New York, NY / Virtual, , ,
Venue Address: 
New York, NY / Virtual

Event Details


Why This Course:
Smart leaders realize that career advancement is based on the business results they achieve rather than the knowledge they hold, and in today’s world of rapid change, agility is required to deliver these results. With this Agile training course, you will apply and facilitate an Agile leadership framework, realize your career aspirations, and advance your organization’s goals.

Course Title: Agile Leadership
Course #:  3401
Course Type:  Practitioner
Duration:  3 Days
Delivery:  In-Class –or—Live, Online via AnyWare®
Credits:  17 NASBA Credits; 17 PMI PDU’s

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Lead your organization into the future by identifying and enhancing business value
  • Increase the effectiveness of your organization's Lean and Agile initiatives
  • Develop your emotional intelligence to overcome resistance to change
  • Align and amplify contemporary leadership principles under the Agile Leadership Model

Course Tuition:

  • ACT-IAC Member Tuition: $2,050
  • ACT-IAC Non-member Tuition:  $2,650
  • Train your team in a private group event at your preferred location – 10% Off Each Event - Contact Learning Tree


What Attendees Are Saying:

“It was in the right moment for me, we are in the middle of a migration and implementing an agile project. All the clues that the instructor mentioned are happening today. This information let me reach my goals!” 
--V. Evangelista Rivera, Citibanamex

“Capstone case study was an excellent hands-on experience / team work integrating all the learning materials!”
--G. Mahadevan, FDA

“Very relevant.  It was focused on Agile, however, it gave a lot of insight into how to present yourself as a leader that would transcend across a broader range in one's career.”
--M. Murray, Citigroup