Project Everest: Agile Strategies in Leadership and Time Management

Presented by Alan Mallory

September 14, 2018


Are you ready to reach new heights? 

Learn tips, strategies, tools and other engaging content relating to human performance, leadership and adventure.

In the spring of 2008 Alan embarked on the journey of a lifetime: to attempt to reach the summit of Mount Everest. Along with three members of his immediate family, Alan climbed through some of the most challenging yet exciting conditions imaginable and set a world record when all four of them set foot on the summit. The expedition involved two years of planning and two months of climbing through immense challenges but they were able to overcome these obstacles through strategic planning, healthy team dynamics, self awareness and perseverance.

Alan helps develop great leaders and strengthen teams by establishing and reinforcing the professional development skills and mindsets that are essential for success. His engaging presentations and interactive training programs help individuals and organizations reach new heights in the way we think and the actions we take in order to achieve breakthrough performance.

By integrating his innovative leadership and project management experience with captivating mountaineering and adventure stories, Alan creates a powerful and unforgettable journey for his audiences.

Throughout this interactive workshop, participants will explore various elements of agility and related agile methodologies in leadership and time management from a unique perspective that encourages innovative thinking and application of project management techniques.

The session is built around Alan's journey and is based on a hybrid approach to agile, combining agile practices with traditional waterfall methodologies.

Benefits to you:

Build a cohesive team with the right mentality, strategies, andtools to overcome the many challenges teams face and persevere to project completion

What you will learn:

  1. 1. Empowering team members and building trust
  2. 2. Responding quickly and efficiently to challenges and issues that arise
  3. 3. Adopting an iterative approach to scheduling and other project processes

For a short video of Alan speaking, watch 

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