My heart is filled. I absolutely love working with these guys. They are easily some of the best in the business.
It’s a wonderful feeling watching my fellow colleagues speaking at Agile 2016 in Atlanta, GA. Smiling as I watch them, soaking up the knowledge, and watching some of the small banter between all of us during sessions in front of hundreds of people.
I liken it to watching my kids do amazing things, all with a smile on my face. I’m proud. Very proud, of my team.
The focus of the day is Scaling Agility: More Value over More Process.
What’s the best thing about Agile Day Atlanta? You could say the price: only $89! But the super cool thing is that we’ll skip the keynote and dive right into a panel of long-time agilists Mike Cottmeyer, David Hussman, Mary Poppendieck, and our very own David Laribee. They will field questions and share their experiences, followed by an afternoon loaded with intriguing presentations and open space discussions.
Go ahead. Grab a seat while you can. Agile Day Atlanta is coming.
Did you know that over half of Nobel Prize winners were apprenticed by other Nobel laureates? To grow companies and teams to performance you have to take servant leadership to it’s logical conclusion: Intentionally mentoring and growing others. This is a time-tested and practiced art. As a volunteer life coach and marriage counselor and Organizational Consultant, I’m passionate about this art and would love to share with you how to take your teams to the next level of performance. Let it be known, this is a long, tough road, but the benefits are worth more than their weight in gold. Let’s talk about mentoring and how to get started, the 6 areas of a mentor relationship and 6 tips for mentors.
Peter Saddington co-founded a successful Organizational Design Consultancy and has been integral in multi-million dollar Agile Transformation projects with some of the biggest Fortune 500 companies, including Cisco, T-Mobile, Capital One, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, Primedia, and Cbeyond. He is a sought-after speaker at many industry events and is a Certified Scrum Trainer (CST). He has also received three master’s degrees, one of which is in counseling, and provides life-coaching services in addition to his consultancy.