LeanSalt is a platform for the next generation of giving. Our LeanGiving Workshops are a pay-it-forward style of training near at-cost with all proceeds going non-profits and charities. We live to serve others.
Give Back Through LeanGiving & Servant Leadership
There is something about salt. A small grain is indistinguishable and makes little difference in taste. However, en masse, a little more salt can completely change the dynamics, aesthetics, and body of a meal. We desire to be change agents that continually give back to our communities and grow the body. Call us “salty.” That’s exactly what we are. LeanGiving is all about serving others.
What are LeanGiving Workshops?
LeanGiving Workshops are for individuals looking to give back to their communities and charities as well as people under adverse conditions (unemployment).
Peter Saddington holds Individual Life Coaching as well. Please contact us for more information.
Our Blog Posts on LeanGiving in Action:
Who We Are
Peter Saddington – CSM, CSP, M.A. Counseling, M.A. Education, MDiv
He has been in Agile software development for over 10 years. Previously a software developer in the mid 90′s, he has since helped the Department of Defense (DoD), United States Air Force, Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Johnson and Johnson, Primedia, Consumer Source, Blue Cross Blue Shield, T-Mobile, and various other private and Fortune 500 companies reach agility within their development teams and enterprises.
I love making relationships and inspiring others to create, build, and live their passions.An avid writer, he is the author of the book Scrum Pocket Guide: A Quick Start Guide to Agile Software Development(ScrumPocketGuide.com), and the Executive Editor of the popular AgileScout (AgileScout.com) news blog that reaches thousands of viewers per day all over the world.
He and his wife, Susan, reside in Atlanta, GA with their daughter Micah.
- Find more about Peter Saddington’s work [HERE]
- Read Peter’s blog [AgileScout.com]
- Follow Peter on Twitter [@agilescout]
- Read Peter’s published book [Scrum Pocket Guide]
Scott Dunn – Certified Scrum Trainer (CST), Project Management Professional (PMP)
He helps companies learn and adopt team-centric agile practices and values. He is the founder of the Orange County APLN and speaker at local conferences and this year’s RallyON, Seattle Scrum Gathering, and Agile 2011 conferences. His biggest passion is around purposeful work and being on a mission to help others and make the world a better place. He extends this by providing Certified ScrumMaster classes where all the proceeds go to help orphanages, Kiva micro-lending, teachers in Uganda and World Vision. These courses educate and involve the class itself in the philanthropy process.
There are needs in this world. Get in the game!
- Find more about Scott Dunn [LinkedIN]
- Read Scott’s blog [Software Development and Human Capital]
- Follow Scott on Twitter [@sdunnrocket9]
Mark Kilby – Agile Coach, Facilitator, Educator
His true passion is empowering people and organizations to achieve their mission in ways that lift people up and protect their stewardship of time and resources. This passion is strongest in supporting non-profit organizations where time and talents are given freely to make all of our lives better.
I love mentoring people and enabling them to help othersSince 1990, Mark has helped organizations plan, manage and deliver solutions for government, industry, and academia as a software developer, architect, project manager, instructor, and coach. His experience spans full life cycle software development of new and legacy applications for the military, NASA, publishing, telecommunications, manufacturing and other industries. His focus is working with co-located and distributed teams to become great teams through collaboration and application of agile and lean principles. Mark is a Certified ScrumMaster and received a Masters degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Florida and a Masters in Computer Science from University of Central Florida.
Currently, Mark works with many new facilitators and “agile coaches” world-wide who need ways to quickly understand the principles and patterns of facilitation to organize and, more importantly, empower their teams to achieve their goals.
- Find more about Mark Kilby [LinkedIN]
- Mark Kilby at Rally Software [Rally Bio]
- Follow Mark on Twitter [@mkilby]
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