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Monday, July 25 • 3:45pm - 5:00pm
Leadership is an Extreme Sport (Em Campbell-Pretty)

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Abstract:
“We have diluted the meaning of leadership to such a profound degree that it’s become just another label. But LEADERSHIP is not that easy, so we con ourselves into believing that the WORD is the same as the ACTION.” - Steve Farber
Do you live in a world of empty suits? So called leaders that say one thing and do another?
Do you dream of being a different type of leader? Perhaps a great leader? Perhaps a leader who has an impact on the world?
Are you prepared to take a radical LEAP into a different approach to Leadership?
In this session we will explore the Extreme Leadership Framework from Steve Farber's book The Radical Leap and learn how to put the meaning back into the word leadership. Be prepared to step outside your comfort zone, face your fear and change the world!
Learning Outcomes:
  • A basic understanding of the LEAP framework and why it works.
  • Practice with some techniques that can be applied to take the Radical LEAP.
  • An opportunity to look in the mirror and consider your current leadership style.
  • Start building your plan to change the world.


Speakers
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Em Campbell-Pretty

Partner, Context Matters
Em is a Partner at Context Matters, Australia's leading Enterprise Agile consultancy. After close to 20 years in business management roles within multinational blue chip corporations, Em discovered Agile and became passionate about the chance it provides to align business and IT around the delivery of value. In 2012, she launched Australia’s first Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) Agile Release Train. The story of the cultural transformation that... Read More →



Monday July 25, 2016 3:45pm - 5:00pm
Regency VII

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