Jenni Jepsen is a partner at goAgile, a Denmark-based Agile consulting firm, where her focus is on helping people deliver value faster and create lasting change. By getting to the core of WHY Agile works and helping people thrive through change, organizations become Agile – increasing motivation, effectiveness and transparency.
Jenni has extensive experience in change leadership and communications, and integrates NeuroLeadership concepts into her coaching, training and sparring with leaders at every level. She consults and speaks worldwide about leadership, teams, and how to make Agile work.
Agile leaders don’t empower people, they create spaces where people thrive and deliver value faster. It is up to an individual to feel empowered, not for leaders to empower the individual. But how can we create this environment and break old habits that get in the way?
Agile leaders can give control and increase people’s intrinsic motivation by taking advantage of how we are wired – and by helping increase team members' technical competence and organizational clarity.
Jenni’s talk will focus on Intent-Based Leadership, where the Agile leader gives control, and the neuroscience that supports it; as well as how we can re-wire our brains to create new habits that make it possible for us to succeed.