In whatever ways you can learn from each other while exploring what you are doing, you can join us in a safe space.
We believe the most valuable and sustainable learning happens in human interactions, not the time you spend sitting and listening to us. Instead, we aim to maximize the depth and breadth of experience and provide mental models to make sense of what you discover.
"This course does a beautiful job of weaving the agile ethos - respect for people, dynamic, diverse teams, rapid learning - with an enlightened, broader view of leadership frameworks." It provides the right weave of those frameworks without being at all pedantic. "
(Scott Downs, London)
I want to be challenged and discover what kind of leader I am.
What does leadership mean for me?
What kind of leadership will help me achieve what I want?
This course aims at creating a container for diversity and ambiguity. How do you want to improve?
"Agile" is the stance and journey of consciously improving.
In that spirit, we believe that agile leadership is the conscious improvement of how we lead and follow, given
"I learned what leadership actually means."
This course invites you to kick your personal journey. An organization changes in ways its people change.
Growth as a person, growth in relationship. We minimize the time you spend sitting and listening to us. We maximize the depth and breadth of experience and provide mental models to make sense of what you discover.
We could ask you to take the lead on a topic in the training. We intend to challenge each other in the course, independent of how long you've been in the Agile context. We want to create the content with all of you. It is an art to know when to lead and when to follow. Graceful movement among roles and responsibilities, deciding what to do in which context and situation, add to your experience.
On the first day, the focus will be on your personal journey. On day two we will apply our learnings and principles, along with our model and other tools to the frame of agile organizations. Be prepared to be surprised and challenged. You may bring your comfort zone, but you might not spend much time in it :-)
"I think the main impact of this course is on my own integrity and internal priorities. I do not see how one can lead himself without fixing this first. And, of course, no way you can lead others if you can not lead yourself. You've seen those V1 survey results over the years with culture as the main impediment, right? Who is responsible for setting culture ? - leaders. So, I would say whenever I have a problem with agile adoptions, I am dealing with leadership. T his course Could be the beginning of changing this for you. T his way Could a ctually make a difference.
(Kirill Klimov, Singapore)
"Unsurprisingly there is no official step-by-step guide to agile leadership". There was, however, an immaculately created 'safe' space for learning a bunch of great techniques, models and ways of thinking backed by the trainer's practical expertise and experience. The learning was enhanced by group participation, which is both a credit to the participants and a credit to the ability of the trainers to elicit the best from them. TrustTemenos CAL1 is very much a leadership course for those who need to lead and influence; it is not a summary of agile frameworks. It would be completely impractical and a detriment to the course to attempt to make it so.If you would like to know more about the specific details of any agile framework, take additional courses which are specifically designed for that purpose. "
(Ray Whiting, London)
"The Trust Temenos CAL1 course is one of the rare CAL courses. " There are many CAL courses, each one slightly different, with the facilitator's style imprinted on the course ...Olaf & Christine are both world-class in their abilities and sensitivities. What do you want to do and what are you doing?Olaf and Christine and Their Temenos help in the process of learning how to connect to each other, learn about how we want to show up as the leaders of our journey. Olaf and Christine bring effortless facilitation and compassion. An honest, truthful and
Marble Arch is in an enviable location just off Oxford Street, so its easy to get to as well as convenient for a lunchtime trip to the shops. Spread over three floors, our venue showcases London style at its best with beautiful parquet flooring, exposed brick and colourful design. Its practical too boasting 22 rooms and suites of various sizes alongside fantastic networking and breakout spaces providing the perfect place to unwind during breaks.
Our in-house chefs prepare fantastic food all day including breakfast and lunch served from the trendy theatre kitchen. For caffeine addicts and tea fans our amazing bean to cup coffee machines provide free flow tea and coffee all day so that you can decide when you need to take a break not the venue.
Registration price fully includes:
A light tasty breakfast of fresh bread, pastries, cereals, hot porridge and fruit
2-course restaurant lunch cooked by the onsite chefs
Endless freshly brewed coffee - complete with syrups & chocolate sprinkles and a range of speciality teas.
Chilled filtered water to keep you hydrated
Healthy fruit and homemade snacks all-day
Free internet stations and wireless
Trained by Olaf Lewitz and John Barratt
We create and weave and seed and grow containers of deep trust, loving appreciation, kind and blunt feedback, high accountability and no tolerance for bullshit.
TrustTemenos Leadership Academy hosts offerings around growing our kind of leadership in the world: humble, aware, compassionate, appreciative, confident, inviting.