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Learning is emerging as a key competency as the 21st century unfolds, not only for every organization, but also for every individual – from those in the board room and the executive suite, to managers and leaders in the middle, to teams on the front line, and those who coach them. Key, not only for everyone who wants to succeed, but particularly for those who seek agility and agile proficiency.

In this keynote, Diana Larsen celebrates the learning practitioner/leader. You’ll discover how to find courage and compassion as leaders and teams who can see, embrace, and learn from mistakes. You’ll engage with ideas for setting the conditions for maximum learning for yourself and for your teams. And you’ll walk away with five crucial guidelines for confident learners and the energy to put them to the test.

About the Speaker(s)

A visionary pragmatist and co-founder of the Agile Fluency Project, Diana Larsen co-authored, "The Agile Fluency Model: A Brief Guide to Success with Agile." She is the author of "Agile Retrospectives: Making Good Teams Great", "Liftoff: Start and Sustain Successful Agile Teams", and "Five Rules for Accelerated Learning". For more than 20 years she has worked with leaders to design work systems, improve project performance, and support leadership and enterprise agility. An active speaker and contributor to her professional community, Diana has contributed in leadership roles to the Agile Alliance, the Organization Design Forum, and the Agile Open Initiative.