Agile meets Leadership

How to master complex challenges

Many meaningful initiatives get bogged down in everyday life because the leadership culture and existing structures do not provide the framework conditions for results-oriented work. We want to change that.

This unique programme shows concrete ways in which you as a leader can take an agile approach to leadership, even in grown organisations.

With measurable benefits: Your team will achieve more with less stress and you will achieve better results faster.

The target group is managers, project leaders and internal thought leaders who want to sustainably introduce an agile way of thinking and working and are looking for answers to the following questions:

  • How to deal confidently with uncertainty and complexity?
  • How do you create results that bring maximum benefit to internal and external customers?
  • Which methods can be used to bring a team to peak performance in the shortest possible time?
  • How do you introduce agile structures in an organisation?
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Agile meets Leadership

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What is Agile meets Leadership?

This programme makes agile management a practical experience and offers tested tools to anchor an effective and results-oriented leadership style in one’s own everyday work. Participants from a wide range of sectors share their experiences with agile approaches and work on concrete challenges. They benefit from the practical know-how of the seminar leaders and the extensive experience of the MLI Leadership Institute in digital transformation.

Programme Day 1

  • 9.30 am – Start of seminar
  • Basics of agile leadership
  • Change of perspective – discovery tour through Berlin
  • Lunch
  • Agile Readiness Check – self-assessment
  • Experience agile leadership – the agile team challenge
  • Inspiring Dinner with presentation of team results
  • 9.30 pm – end of programme Day 1

Programme Day 2

  • 9 am – Start of Day 2
  • Agile leadership skills & tools
  • Case study: Introducing an agile mindset and agile structures
  • Lunch
  • Simulation Consultation with the CEO
  • Lean Café: Experts answer questions
  • My goal as an Agile Leader
  • 5 pm – End of the event

Who is "Agile meets Leadership" for?

‚Agile meets Leadership‘ is designed for leaders, project managers and internal thought leaders who want to fully utilise the potential of their teams and shape an agile, benefit-focused work environment. They should either have experience in agile projects or be passionate about agile philosophy and leadership.

Your Advantages

  • Deepen your understanding of what the principles of agile leadership mean in everyday work
  • Recognise how agile project work and line responsibility best complement each other
  • Benefit from the collegial, cross-sectoral exchange with representatives from other companies
  • Benefit from the many years of experience of the two seminar leaders with expertise in leadership and agile project management
  • Get a selection of agile methods and leadership tools that you can systematically use in your area of influence

You will receive a comprehensive workbook with relevant knowledge and facts in which you can record your essential findings.

zertifikat agile meets leadership

As a participant of ‚Agile meets Leadership‘, you will receive a certificate attesting to the qualifications imparted.

Your Experts

Sebastian Morgner
Sebastian Morgner
Managing Partner MLI Leadership Institut

Sebastian Morgner is Managing Director of the MLI Leadership Institute in Munich. For two decades he has been advising leadership teams of global companies on digital transformation and strategy activation. During his time in the top management of a major European bank, he built up several corporate divisions. Sebastian Morgner is co-founder of the Future of Leadership Initiative, certified mental coach, keynote speaker and co-author of the book “Der ganz normale Change-Wahnsinn – und wie Sie trotzdem etwas bewirken können”.

Denniz-Dönmez
Dr. Denniz Dönmez
Agile Coach

Dr Denniz Dönmez is a senior agile coach with a broad education and many years of international experience. For his dissertation at ETH Zurich, he accompanied companies in various industries during their transformation and investigated how they successfully combine agility and stability. Since graduating in 2016, he has held various roles such as Scrum Master, Product Owner and Agile Coach in very successful companies and high-performing teams. He regularly gives speeches and supports companies in establishing agility, growth and innovation.

After completion of the programme

agile meets leadership
  • Have a deeper understanding of key agile principles and thinking patterns that you can apply in your organisation and share with colleagues;
  • Know which projects are worth going agile for;
  • Have identified the key agile success levers in your own area of influence with the Agile Readyness Test;
  • Be able to empower your staff with agile methods, empower them for the agile journey and lead them in a more results-oriented way.
  • Receive a certificate confirming your expertise in Agile Leadership,
  • Receive the Agile Action Planner, a high quality self-planning tool to organise your priorities per year, quarter and week in an agile way.

Prices and Conditions

We want you to be able to concentrate fully on the content during the seminar. To ensure that you can make sustainable use of the knowledge imparted, we have put together a premium package that includes two targeted coaching sessions to actively support you in implementing your agile goals.

STANDARD PACKAGE

1600,-
  • Two-day, interactive seminar
  • On-site consulting by experienced experts
  • Comprehensive workbook
  • Case study
  • Certificate Agile Leadership
  • Catering included

PREMIUM PACKAGE

1900,-
  • individual coaching
  • Two-day, interactive seminar
  • On-site consulting by experienced experts
  • Comprehensive workbook
  • Case study
  • Agile Action Planner for self-organisation
  • Certificate Agile Leadership
  • Catering included
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FAQ

Agile Führung ist aus unserer Sicht die Kompetenz, ein Unternehmen oder einen Bereich so zu führen, dass eine erstrebenswerte Vision in einem komplexen, von Unsicherheiten geprägten Umfeld erfolgreich verwirklicht werden kann. Eine agile Führungskultur schafft Unternehmen, die durch unerwartete Einflüsse nicht irritiert oder geschwächt, sondern inspiriert und gestärkt werden.

Hierzu sind drei Dinge besonders wichtig:

  • adikale Ausrichtung des Denkens und Handelns am angestrebten Kundennutzen und gesellschaftlichen Beitrag.
  • Befähigung und Stärkung von selbstorganisierten, weitgehend autonom handelnden Teams, die sich schnell und effektiv abstimmen, Entscheidungen treffen und gemeinsam lernen.
  • Iterative Vorgehensweise: Strukturierung komplexer Aufgaben und Projekte in Sprints und Arbeiten an konkreten Prototypen und funktionsfähigen Lösungen, die in einem gemeinsamen Lernprozess mit allen betroffenen Akteuren kontinuierlich weiterentwickelt werden.

Die wichtigste Aufgabe von agiler Führung ist es, optimale Rahmenbedingungen für zielorientiertes Handeln zu schaffen, das einen maximalen Beitrag zu den Unternehmenszielen leistet und sich flexibel und lernend an neue Rahmenbedingungen anpasst.

Dazu ist wichtig, dass agile Führungskräfte einen Überblick über die Management-Innovationen der vergangenen Jahre erhalten und agile Führungsinstrumente und Methoden einordnen und der jeweiligen Situation entsprechend nutzen können. Hierzu gehören Ansätze wie Agile Scrum, Design Thinking, der MVP-Gedanke, OKR (Objectives & Key Results) und agile Teamrollen.

Bei Agile meets Leadership bekommen Sie als Teilnehmer den übergeordneten Kontext erklärt, sammeln in einer kompakten Simulation wichtige Eindrücke, worum es bei agiler Führung und Zusammenarbeit geht und wenden ihre Erkenntnisse auf ihre konkrete Situation an.

Sehr wichtig ist auch der kollegiale und branchenübergreifende Austausch mit Führungskräften anderer Unternehmen, um gemeinsame Verhaltensmuster, Fallstricke und Lösungsmöglichkeiten agiler Führung in komplexen Organisationen zu erkennen.

In den optionalen Umsetzungscoachings erhalten wir spezifische Rückmeldung, wie die Teilnehmer „Agile meets Leadership“ in ihrem Arbeitsalltag nutzen konnte, hier einige Beispiele:

  • Ein Projekt, das mit der falschen Methode in eine kritische Phase geraten war, wurde agil aufgesetzt und vor dem durch die Geschäftsleitung vorgegebenen Zeitpunkt erfolgreich umgesetzt.
  • Dadurch, dass eine Linienführungskraft agile Instrumente wie Planning Poker, Weekly und Retrospektive in ihrem Bereich einführte, stieg die Mitarbeiterzufriedenheit um +20%.
  • Die Teilnehmer aus einem Unternehmen gründeten gemeinsam ein „Agiles Netzwerk“ und beraten jetzt die Geschäftsleitung bei der Entwicklung agiler Strukturen.
  • Das Projektportfolio eines Unternehmens wurde nach den vermittelten Kriterien in komplexe und komplizierte Projekte unterteilt, die dann unterschiedlich gesteuert wurden. Hierdurch wurde das davor empfundene Chaos im Projektmanagement massiv verringert und die Projektmitglieder konnten ihre Ressourcen wesentlich effektiver einsetzen.
  • Der Aufbau eines neuen Produktbereiches wurde basierend auf den bei Agile meets Leadership vermittelten Prinzipen umgesetzt. Dabei wurde insbesondere auf entsprechende Team-Rollen, Selbstorganisation im Team und Führungsprinzipen geachtet.
  • Der Agile Readiness Index wurde im Unternehmen in verschiedenen Abteilungen und Bereichen gemacht, um die größten Hürden zu erkennen und sich auf gemeinsame Führungs- und Arbeitsprinzipen zu einigen.

Unsere Leadership Labs sind ausgelegt auf 16-25 Teilnehmer. Diese Größe ermöglicht die Arbeit in verschiedenen Teams und Breakouts, ist aber noch so überschaubar, dass auf die individuellen Herausforderungen und Themen eingegangen werden kann. Bei der Zusammensetzung achten wir darauf, dass die Profile der Teilnehmer sich gut ergänzen. Häufig nehmen auch ausgewählte junge Talente teil, um die Sichtweisen der kommenden Arbeitsgeneration mit einzubringen.

Grundsätzlich können Sie max. 4 Tickets für einen bestimmten Workshops erwerben.

Unternehmen haben aber die Möglichkeit
ein besonderes Ticketkontingent (ab 5 Tickets) zu erwerben und Ihre Mitarbeiter nach Bedarf zu unterschiedlichen
Workshop-Terminen zu entsenden. Schreiben Sie uns gerne eine E-Mail an info@leadership-munich.org
und wir übersenden Ihnen die Preisliste (inkl. Gruppenrabatt).

Das zweitägige Leadership Lab findet üblicherweise im betahaus in Berlin statt.

Das betahaus war einer der ersten Co-Working Spaces in Europa und hat den Spirit von Agilität, Innovation und Gründergeist bis heute bewahrt. Sie treffen hier Menschen aus aller Herren Länder, Start-Up-Unternehmer, Vertreter großer Organisationen, Geldgeber und Querdenker, die an neuen Unternehmen arbeiten und spannende Visionen verfolgen.

Zur Homepage des betahaus Berlin geht es hier.

Wir behalten uns vor, die Veranstaltung wegen zu geringer Teilnehmerzahl (bis spätestens 10 Tage vor dem geplanten Veranstaltungstermin) abzusagen. Kurzfristige Absagen sind möglich aus sonstigen wichtigen, von uns nicht zu vertretenden Gründen (z. B. plötzliche Erkrankung der Referenten, höhere Gewalt). Bei Absagen werden Sie umgehend von uns informiert.

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Alina Serra

Project Support Strategy Activation & Leadership Innovation

Alina Serra actively supports the organization and implementation of projects in the area of strategy activation and leadership innovation.

With her experience in using new tools effectively at virtual events and in everyday office life, she makes a decisive contribution to optimizing processes – both internally and at the customer.

As a native of Ulm, she has worked on the product development of training tools and moderated internal events at the company MAVECS in addition to her studies in business psychology.

In her free time, she enjoys playing the piano and spending evenings with friends over wine and good food. Since starting at MLI, jogging at Ammersee has also been at the top of her list.

Kristin Bub

Expert for Organisational Development
and Centred Leadership

Kristin Bub is a trainer, consultant and coach for decision-making culture in teams as well as leadership culture and leadership development. Her focus is on mindset/behaviour change and mindful leadership. Kristin is experienced in facilitation and strategy development and has broad expertise in resilience, self-leadership and stress management. The business psychologist has worked for 16 years as a specialist and manager in the field of human resources development (automotive, retail, IT) and is a lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences for Economics and Management (FOM) and the University of Witten/Herdecke.

Lisa Dorer

Head of Leadership Innovation /
Product and Quality Management

Lisa Dorer is an expert for Leadership Innovation and Design Thinking at the MLI. In this function, she oversees the further development and expansion of the MLI’s leadership development programme. She is also responsible for the didactic design of interactive workshop formats and the area of product and quality management. Lisa Dorer has a Master’s degree in Business Development and most recently worked at Siemens’ Global Learning Campus. Here she was in charge of designing and implementing leadership programmes for global executives. In her free time, she loves to spend time in nature hiking or playing games with family and friends.

Martin Gürster

Consultant Leadership Innovation

Martin Gürster studied industrial engineering with a focus on entrepreneurship in Munich and New York. He holds a Master’s degree in Innovation Management from KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm and is currently completing a part-time postgraduate course in Business Ethics and Leadership at the Munich School of Philosophy. Prior to joining MLI, Martin worked for a fintech startup and in management consulting, among other positions. He specialises in topics that lie at the intersection of business, psychology and philosophy. In his free time, you can meet him in good weather either mountain biking, at the lake or in the beer garden.

Tanja Humphries

Office Management

Tanja is the good soul of the MLI. As a team assistant, she takes care of office management and scheduling, supports the core team in administrative and technical matters and keeps track of bookkeeping and accounting. The trained hotel manageress lived in England for several years and worked in sales for a supplier company before joining the MLI. Tanja has two children and lives with her family in Munich.

Celia Morgner

Personnel & Organisational Development

Celia is part of the founding team of the MLI and today takes care of personnel matters and the expansion of the MLI network. She also supports the team with organisational tasks and is happy to take on the role of final editor. After graduating in Romance studies and business administration, she worked as an editor for trade magazines in the media and marketing sector before joining what is now Sport1 Medien AG (formerly Constantin Medien AG, before that EM.TV) as a press spokesperson. In addition to her three children, she is passionate about singing and poetry and gives voluntary tutoring in languages.

Isabelle Geppert

Support Leadership Innovation
& Product Development

Isabelle supports the team in the area of research and in the further development of virtual client formats. Previously, she gained experience at Kienbaum Consultants in the area of management development and was entrusted with the introduction and evaluation of an internal training programme at censhare AG. Isabelle studied psychology at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich and is currently completing her Master’s degree at Leopold-Franzens-Universität in Innsbruck. In her free time, she enjoys hiking in the mountains or making herself comfortable on the balcony with a cup of tea and a book.

Anne Sander

Project Manager Strategy Activation

As a former strategy consultant for well-known consultancies, Anne Sander knows the challenges companies face at the interface between strategy formulation and strategy activation. In her role as Project Manager Strategy Activation, Anne at MLI supports her clients in putting formulated strategies into action. She studied business administration and business psychology and has completed training as a neurosystemic coach. She prefers to switch off her head in the gym and when hiking, as well as when enjoying “cucina e vino” with friends.

Cömert Demir

Support Media Design & FLI Podcast

Cömert Demir studies communication design at the Macromedia Academy and is responsible for the design of the MLI’s website (MLI and Future of Leadership Initiative). He is also in charge of the FLI podcast, in which Sebastian Morgner has been interviewing thought leaders from business, science and society on new leadership topics since the beginning of the Corona pandemic. In his spare time, Cömert coaches the junior football team of SC München Süd and enjoys taking photographs in nature.

Fabian Fratzscher

Lead Trainer and Head of MLI Office Vienna

The joy of quality characterises his actions: Fabian Fratzscher is an entrepreneur, consultant and coach. He holds both an M.Sc. in coaching and organisational development and an MBA and has undergone numerous further education and certifications in coaching, training, project management, digital marketing and entrepreneurship. He helps to find suitable frameworks to integrate passion and entrepreneurial thinking into a field of work and to enable leaps in innovation. Fabian has gained a broad experience and reliable expertise in dozens of companies within his 5+ years of self-employment.

Denniz Dönmez

Expert for Agile Leadership & Design Thinking

Broad experience in a dozen global cultures of different industries on four continents have shaped Denniz. For him, “one size fits all” does not exist. Denniz has guided many teams and organisations to create structures for self-organisation and agility. For several years, he has led several teams in scaled agile set-ups of large companies, including Swisscom Health AG. Denniz Dönmez is an Agile Coach, Scrum Master and expert in organisational development and Agile transformation. With his approach, he has been intelligently combining technology, management and organisational psychology for 10 years.

Michael Althauser

Expert for communication & conflict resolution with theatre methods

Michael Althauser is a trainer, coach and actor. His deep interest in people, in their history and stories, their private and professional roles, in change and transformation led him some 25 years ago to his work as an actor (theatre, dance, corporate theatre), into the media (radio and presenting) and on to work as a trainer and coach.

Michaela Schröder

Expert for Change Processes and Business Coaching

Michaela has been supporting companies in strategic projects as well as leaders and teams in their professional development for many years. In her consulting work and as a business coach, she conveys a passion for change and agile management. For Michaela, the key success factors are transparency, focusing on the essentials and involving employees as experts. From 15 years of project and leadership experience in the media industry, she has gathered extensive expertise in the areas of business innovation and digitalisation.

Nina Zitouni

Leadership Coach, Expert for Personality Development, Team and Conflict Management

Lifting “gold treasures” at all levels, initiating developments with an eye for the whole. Finding hidden potential. Developing skills. Improve communication. Bring about change – in oneself, in the team or in the company. Consistent change of perspective, loving confrontation paired with creative-strategic thinking, high communication and contact skills distinguish the media scientist and world traveller. Seeing the world through different eyes is her principle. Nina looks back on several years of leadership experience in the financial sector and at various agencies and has been accompanying teams and executives in transformation processes for around 15 years.  

Markus Deutschmann

Senior Physician at the University Hospital Zurich, Founder of ACCESS-Neuroscience

After completing his doctorate, medical studies and research on Genetic Neurosciences at the University of Munich, University College London and Stanford University, Markus works as a senior physician at the University Hospital Zurich. In his workshops and seminars and keynotes, he shows how scientific findings can be translated into understandable and implementable strategies for personal and entrepreneurial development. Markus also acts as a speaker and is the founder of ACCESS-Neuroscience.

Heike Heidenreich

Senior Advisor Strategy, Change
& Leadership Communication

Wherever strategy, communication and organisational development meet, Heike Heidenreich’s heart beats faster. She advises and accompanies all kinds of change projects based on her profound expertise as a strategy communicator for an international DAX insurer and as a senior executive. Whether it is a digitalisation initiative, a restructuring, a change of CEO, a cost reduction programme or a new performance management system: her main concern is strategy activation, whereby she focuses in particular on the success-critical role of executives as co-designers and transmission belts in translating, enabling and accompanying.

Konrad Böhner

Business Coach & Expert for strength-oriented team development

Konrad Böhner can look back on many years of experience in management development and sales. Through several stations abroad, the business economist has a good feeling for the sounds “in between” and can thus optimally adapt to his clients. Due to his successful career in sales and as a former professional athlete, he knows what is important when leading teams, how to motivate employees and how to fully utilise the potential of each individual. Konrad Böhner is a certified Neuland business trainer and trained coach.

Konrad Stadler

Expert for Cultural Change & Leadership Coach

Konrad Stadler got to know organisations from the inside by working with different hierarchical levels and company divisions – a great advantage for being able to realistically assess strategy and change processes. Today, he accompanies companies in their cultural change, focusing on the training and support of managers. For him, it is crucial to gain a clear awareness of the management and leadership role in order to be able to take action with skill and flair. Konrad combines his practical experience with his philosophical training and condenses this into lectures and books.

Mounir Zitouni

Business Coach & Media Advisor

As an expert in charisma, personality and leadership principles, business coach, mental coach for football coaches and managers, media consultant and author, Mounir Zitouni has a wealth of experience. He finds it easy to engage with a wide variety of people, to show them new perspectives, to strengthen resources and to formulate goals. His work focuses on change processes, professional and personal crisis situations and profile work. Mounir is a trained journalist and currently runs the podcast LEADERTALK.

Ralph Willmann von Giese

Expert for Corporate Theatre, Trainer and Coach in the Area of Conflict Resolution & Team Development

For Ralph, leadership means first and foremost self-leadership. In this process, he supports and empowers people to act authentically from their own centre – with awareness of their own values, strengths and weaknesses. In doing so, he accompanies leaders with his 20 years of experience as an executive coach and systemic constellator and 35 years as an actor and director.

Sebastian Morgner

Managing Partner, Leadership Expert
& Strategy Coach

Sebastian Morgner is co-founder and partner of the MLI. As an expert in leadership and strategy development, he supports management teams in clarifying and activating important strategic content. He is fascinated by the question of how goals and strategies reach the minds of the actors and trigger consistent action. In 14 years as an executive in the financial sector, he has built up seven new divisions and led a dozen strategic projects to success. Most recently, he was Global Head of Marketing at the major bank UniCredit in Milan. Sebastian Morgner has broad international management experience. He is also a mental trainer, keynote speaker and qualified coach and supports top executives in achieving their professional and private goals. Beyond the MLI, Sebastian spends a lot of time in the great outdoors: biking, jogging or sailing. He is also writing a novel and is involved in the Dießen climate lobby. He lives with his wife Celia and three daughters on Lake Ammersee.