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    How to: Adopt an agile mindset that leads to growth

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    21 Apr 2020
    14:30 - 15:15

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  • Creating balanced teams

    How to: Adopt an agile mindset that leads to growth

    Event Details
    21 Apr 2020
    14:30 - 15:15

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An agile mindset is the set of attitudes supporting any working environment. These include respect, collaboration, improvement and learning cycles, pride in ownership, focus on delivering value, and the ability to adapt to change. 
 

Shereen believes that adopting an agile mindset will equip individuals to respond to changes and disruptions more effectively. She will be sharing her professional insights and personal experiences of adopting an agile mindset.
The session will focus on the benefits organisations can yield from moving towards an agile style, approach and culture.

 


 

Speakers

Shereen Billings

Learning and Technology Specialist, John Lewis & Partners


Summary

With a business and multimedia degree in tow, Shereen developed her career in human resources while working for flagship organisations such as Caterpillar Logistics, Marriott International Hotels, London Olympics Organising Committee, Samaritans and the John Lewis Partnership. She currently supports IT & Change Professionals technical training and career coaching needs. Shereen had no idea that the beginning of her career journey would lead to her becoming an IT Technical Training Specialist within the John Lewis Partnership; playing a major role in devising strategies to raise IT & Change Professionals technical skills capabilities. She attributes her success to a number of variables that focus on the mindset and attitudes towards self and work. This encourages her to consistently utilise her questioning skills, continuously learn through experiences, and consistently deliver outputs that gain stakeholder engagement.

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