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Oct012019

October Meeting - How agility and systems thinking can accelerate your personal growth

October Meeting - How agility and systems thinking can accelerate your personal growth by Kari Kelly

When: October 10th, 2019  (Second Thursday) 

Where: TEK Systems 3825 Edwards Road, Suite 270 Cincinnati OH 45209

Time: 6:00 - 7:30 pm (networking starts at 5:30 pm)

 

How agility and systems thinking can accelerate your personal growth

Are you an agilist who is hungry enough to do the hard work of changing your life? If your answer is a resounding YES, then this session is for you! Join Kari Kelly’s interactive session with Agile Cincinnati where you will (1) explore how systems thinking and agility can be applied to accelerate personal growth, and (2) develop a simple roadmap that can help you achieve sustained transformation in your life.

 

About Kari Kelly

Kari Kelly is the Executive Director of Atypical Workplace LLC, a People & Culture firm committed to helping leaders cultivate adaptable, bold, and courageous teams. She is a Scrum Master with extensive experience in partnering with organizations as a Learning and Development trainer, consultant, and coach. Kari's experience includes culture transformation projects and change management.
Kari has worked in the nonprofit sector as well as technology and biopharma, the most notable being Apple. Before pursuing a career in adult learning and performance, she was a research physicist at Imperial College London where she fell in love with the learning process and switched careers. Kari is currently writing a book called Agile Tribes which will be published in late 2019 or early 2020.

 


Agenda

  5:30pm: Doors open - Registration, Networking, Food

  6:00pm: Welcome and Intro (Lightning Talk optional)

  6:15pm: Featured Speaker

  7:15pm: Wrap-up and Raffle

  7:30pm: Adjourn - Post meeting networking

 

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