Earlier this month my friends Paul Klipp (who I’ve known for nearly a decade) and Justyna Pindel (since the 2017 ACE! conference) released a thorough and thoughtful review of my latest book Right to Left: The digital leader’s guide to Lean and Agile on their podcast Agile Book Club. Last week they interviewed me, and released it today as a separate podcast episode.
Both episodes can be found here: “Right to Left” by Mike Burrows. You can also find Agile Book Club on Spotify (review | interview) and Apple (review | interview).
Let me also take the opportunity to mention that the epub format of Right to Left is available at last on Google Play and Kobo, both with some mangled blurb that I’m getting fixed!
While we’re here…
A reminder that we’re doing an Agendashift update and Lean Coffee tomorrow, Thursday 17th, at 12:30 UK time. The original announcement and details here:
And if you can be in Berlin around November 19th, the Open Leadership Symposium is not to be missed! Details here:
I have a chunky discount code for the Symposium – ping me for it!
Note that as per the calendar below I’m doing a 2-day Advanced workshop in Berlin the week before, a prior (and regular) engagement. Symposium participants will however get a discount for the online workshop, for which the Open Leadership Network (the symposium’s organisers) are the certifying body.
Upcoming workshops: Istanbul, Berlin, Oslo, and online
- 26th October, Istanbul, Turkey:
1-day Core Agendashift workshop: Facilitating outcome-oriented change
- 13-14 November, Berlin, Germany:
2-day Advanced Agendashift workshop: Coaching and Leading Continuous Transformation
- 9-10 December, Oslo, Norway:
2-day Advanced Agendashift: Coaching & leading continuous transformation
- 11-12 December, online (note the change of date) – two 2-hour sessions 16:00-18:00 UK time:
Learning the language of outcomes (two 2h online sessions)
Leading change in the 21st century? You need a 21st century engagement model!
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