Meet Agile Human Resources, as Agile is making its way to all facets of our lives.You already renamed your department to “people operations,” and were trying to learn new ways
Meet Agile Human Resources, as Agile is making its way to all facets of our lives.
You already renamed your department to “people operations,” and were trying to learn new ways of doing things to align with the company’s agile culture. You thought you’d have time to adjust, but the new reality means everyone is working remotely almost overnight.
You thought an agile transformation was hard, but now this? How can you accomplish the activities you were doing in person, in a remote environment? How can we know how our workers are performing if we cannot see them? How can we hire, onboard, and think about training and professional development?
If this resonates, join this engaging and interactive Agile Human Resources online workshop where you will discover how to adapt your current HR functions to a remote and agile workforce. You will leave with ideas, inspiration, and practical tips on how to adapt traditional HR functions to the company’s agile culture and remote environment.
Learning outcomes of the Agile Human Resources workshop:
- Identify the challenges of HR traditional functions in an agile environment and the world we live in today.
- Explain how HR functions are changing in a remote environment.
- Assess how HR activities may change to support Agile ways of working.
- Apply Agile Manifesto values to HR functions and culture.
Information for participants:
The Agile Human Resources meetup is NOT a webinar format. It will be a 75 – minute, interactive training where you will be participating in using online creative tools and interacting in a small and whole-group setting. We appreciate it if your video could be on, as it is easier to have meaningful interactions with others when we see each other’s faces.
Check out our ICAgile accredited training on the Events Page.
You are welcome to RSVP here or on Meetup.
About the Organizer:
Tandem Coaching Academy is a collaborative effort of like-minded Agile and Professional coaches, trainers, and educators to bring you the best variety of agile classes and workshops as well as mentoring, and coaching opportunities at prices you can afford.
Our dream is to keep Agile non-denominational. What it means for us is that we don’t try to convince you to join any certain group of people doing certain things. What we want for you is what is best for you and your clients. We strive to create an Agile world where you can pick and choose the things you need for your learning and your success. And our promise to you is to leave you better than we found you with each encounter.
(Saturday) 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm CST
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Speakers for this event
Immersive Executive Leadership Advisor
Elena Vassilieva is an Agile People coach who uses the power of virtual reality (VR) and artificial intelligence (AI) to facilitate a sustainable and immersive feedback ecosystem for conscious leadership. Drawing on her years of training, mentoring, and coaching executives and teams in Agile transformation, she serves as a trusted advisor for thought leaders who engage in digital transformation. Elena is a Professional Coach (ICF), a Scrum Alliance Certified Coach (CTC), a Certified Systemic team coach by AoEC, Agile HR coach (ICP-AHR).
Immersive Executive Leadership Advisor
Heidi Araya (MBA, PMP, SAFe SPC, CAL, CSP-SM, CSP-PO) works with leaders, managers, and teams to improve product delivery and business operations through Lean-Agile ways of working. Heidi’s expertise includes Lean-Agile Portfolio Management, Agile Transformations, Agile HR, and Business Operations.
Heidi was the Director of Agile Transformation at Tenable, and previously led the Agile transformation at Cofense. As Product Owner for a government contractor, she led the first Scrum teams to deliver a successful product at NASA Kennedy Space Center in 2010. Leveraging over 20 years of experience in process improvement, project & program management, and organization design in a variety of industries, Heidi has led multiple organizations to improved products and better business results. Heidi has been working remotely and with distributed & global teams since 1999.
Heidi lives in Orlando, Florida and is a confirmed serial hobbyist who has dabbled in drawing, ballroom dancing, jiu-jitsu, tennis, reiki, and other hobbies she’s probably forgotten. She speaks at national/ international conferences and meetups on technology, Agile, DevOps, and business topics. Her forthcoming book is "Team Coaching with Open Patterns." Her articles were included in a book, "Best Agile Articles of 2018." She received her MBA from Aspen University and her BA from the University of Maryland College Park.