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Management 3.0 Certified Foundation Course (21-22 November 2019)

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Management 3.0 - Change and Innovation Practices

Past Participant Feedback

"Just finished the best course I have ever done (Management 3.0 with Ryan Behrman). I have so many tools to start with now and a completely new way of thinking and approaching team leadership. I cannot wait to start applying them on Monday morning, and enabling a happy, engaged, productive team. Thank you Ryan for facilitating such a great course."

--James Oliver, Team Lead of Customer Analytics: Customer Value at Unitymedia

"I wholeheartedly recommend the 2-day course to shake off any cobwebs on your change/coaching/OD playbook and learn new ways to energise teams, engage organisations and make work work for people!"

--Fabienne Saez-Tomlin, Talent & Change Consultant, PA Consulting Group

Course Overview

The Management 3.0 2-Day Certified Course is a collection of the latest management and leadership practices, to inspire team members and managers to transform their teams and organisations to be more innovative and highly productive.

Over the course of the 2 days, participants will experience theory and practice in small chunks, reflect on inspiring stories, work through fun games and exercises and focused group discussions.The goal of the course is to inspire participants to take action to improve themselves, their teams, and their organisations.

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Topics covered

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  • Getting to know you addresses the themes of interconnectedness, empathy, and working virtually with geographically dispersed teams.
  • Management & Leadership looks at the common challenges of management in transformations around the world, and the necessity of good management in any organisation.
  • Complexity Thinking lays the foundation for the following Management 3.0 themes. It explains why traditional linear thinking is not appropriate in today’s world and why it should be replaced by thinking in complex adaptive systems. Guidelines for dealing with complexity are addressed and explored.
  • Energise People explores the difference between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation, the ten intrinsic desires, and ways to increase engagement.
  • Align Constraints revolves around setting goals and a sense of purpose that channels self-organisation in the desired direction. You will learn when to manage and when to lead, the criteria to set inspiring goals, and the challenges of growing a company culture.
  • Empower Teams illustrates stories on self-organisation and how managers can create the conditions for successful, self-organised teams. You will learn how to create empowerment and autonomy, distribute effective authorisation and decision-making in the organisation and grow relationships based on trust.
  • Grow Structure illustrates how organisational structures can be catalysts or barriers to growth. This session helps the manager to develop the best organisational structure to facilitate communication and to find the best mix of teams between specialisation and generalisation.
  • Develop Competence gives ways of improving learning and development in order to grow high performing teams, and ways of giving good feedback to improve as individuals and as teams.
  • Improve Everything gives valuable suggestions on how we can foster continuous improvement and innovation, and ways to decrease the fear of failure and increase the culture of experimentation in the workplace.
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More Past Participant Feedback

"Ryan proved to be an experienced facilitator who smoothly led us through the training. He shared his extensive knowledge, touching many areas, also outside of the content of the course. He asked thought-provoking questions, navigated skillfully the discussions and exercises, shared interesting insights, was able to give a lot of recommendations of books, videos etc. to support his arguments and inspire us even more. He was also able to create an open, collaborative learning atmosphere. Appreciated his sense of humor too:) "

--Sandra Policht, Knowledge Consultant - Project Coordinator at SAP Hybris


"Thoughtful with lots of real-world examples and a wide range of knowledge."

--Grank Mckenna, Development Manager at energyhelpline

"Ryan was fantastic. He ran the workshop very well, involved everyone and kept the learning enjoyable."

--Mehmood Hasan, Enterprise Agile Coach at Financial Conduct Authority

About the Trainer

Ryan Behrman

Ryan Behrman

Ryan's work is about coaching, mentoring, and training teams and individuals to work more effectively together. His approach is a pragmatic blend of coaching, consulting, mentoring, training, and facilitation. He's influenced senior stakeholders to adopt more agile ways of working, introduced widespread process change, and helped to align and coordinate teams in multi-team environments through the design and facilitation of agile ways of working within and across teams.

With a background in project and programme management in the e-commerce sector, Ryan turned to coaching, facilitation, and training after discovering the limitations of traditional management. He runs regular public and in-house trainings and workshops in Agile Coaching (ICAgile accredited), Agile Team Facilitation (ICAgile accredited), Management 3.0, StrongSuits, Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe), Scrum, and Kanban.

His early education and work were in engineering and web development. He holds an MBA degree from Warwick Business School where he wrote his dissertation comparing agile methods to traditional methods of management and workflow.

Ryan is a certified coach (ICF) with Coaching Development Ltd and subsequently served as a mentor on their programme. He's trained in action learning facilitation with Action Learning Centre and he facilitates monthly coaching practice and peer mentoring groups for agile coaches.

Ryan's worked in the UK, South Africa, Canada, Spain, Poland and Germany with industries spanning retail, supply chain, publishing, government, travel, cloud software, education, investment banking, wealth management, FinTech, and telecommunications.

He regularly speaks and facilitates sessions at Agile conferences and publishes articles on topics around management, coaching and facilitation.

Ryan can be reached at ryan@touchthink.com.

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