Sandy Mamoli will join the DC Lean + Agile Meetup on Wednesday, June 12 at 3pm ET.


Increased complexity and rapid technological change require us to collaborate better. Collaboration is done in teams but team work is an individual skill.

Those skills are a must-have in our complex world where responsibility, resilience and rapid learning are everything. In this highly personal talk former Olympian Sandy Mamoli dives deeply into the Olympic mindset and contrasts the perspectives and attitudes of professional sports with modern work life. She demonstrates guidelines and tools from the sports arena that we all can immediately apply.

Sandy shares insights that unlock the secrets behind becoming a future-fit employee and leader and describes skills that will make you a successful and appreciated member of any team and organisation. From critical feedback skills to learning from failure and high-performance teams, come along and learn practical ways for how to apply ideas from Olympic sports to your professional career!

About our Speaker:

Sandy is one of NZ’s leading Agile coaches, a force of positive energy, and former Olympic athlete. She works with leaders and teams, guiding them towards high performance with an approach that is hands-on, no-nonsense and steeped in Agile. She’s the co-author of “Creating Great Teams – How Self-Selection Lets People Excel”. Sandy is a sought after presenter and international keynote speaker and a member of the Global Agile Alliance Board. She has a Masters degree in Artificial Intelligence.  She is a high-achieving, goal-driven person who is also, perhaps unsurprisingly, really into CrossFit.


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