As the world of work becomes increasingly complex, organizations and leaders are called upon to deliver more innovative products and services on a more frequent basis, while keeping the company’s culture dynamic and gratifying.
CAL I is an introductory, educational course that consists of in depth leadership development learning objectives across five categories. The goal of CAL I is to bring awareness of agile leadership thinking, focus, and behaviors; and to start (or meet where they are) the agile leader on their learning journey. CAL I is your stepping stone to CAL II, which continues your journey with a deep dive into your leadership development practice and success.
The Scrum Alliance Certified Agile Leadership (CAL) program (CAL I + CAL II) is a unique two-part education and practice-based program to develop agile leadership competency and maturity.
Through the CAL program, you can increase your leadership effectiveness and learn how to be a better leader, no matter what your role.
CAL participants vary by professional background and work experience. The common thread is their desire to enhance their workplaces (and their clients’ workplaces) with agile values, practices, and metrics. This program is for anyone leading or participating in an agile transformation.
This course covers CAL I. We plan to have a separate CAL II session later this year.
Stuart provides consulting, coaching and training services to individuals, teams and organisations wanting to continually learn and improve. He is dedicated to helping people be happy and has worked for startups and Global 100 companies in the UK before moving to Singapore in 2011. He has been writing and delivering software for over 20 years on products for low-latency financial investment trading, financial modelling, operational risk and 3D computer aided modeling.
Stuart recognizes the very survival of many organisations depends upon their ability to maintain adaptable and affordable software systems. An understanding of how this is possible, and how to transform organisations into self managing teams to accomplish it, is a particular focus for him. He has been a proponent of XP practices since 2001, when his best friend lent him a copy of 'Extreme Programming Explained'. More than a decade later, and with the experience of working in and helping transform teams and organisations, he continues to learn and to help others learn how to achieve their own goals.
Stuart's interest in understanding how people, teams and organisation work goes back a long way. He read Deming's 'Out of the Crisis' around 1990 and has spent much of the rest of his life learning and experiencing how to consciously improve practices and focus on what's important, not just what can be measured. His objective remains constant: to delight his clients, by helping them be able to delight their own.
The Peninsula Manila, Makati City, Philippines
The course fee is PHP 70,000.00 + VAT (if applicable)
20% off if attending as groups of 4 or more.
To register, please contact Ealden Escañan via email.