Scrum transformed the way you develop software; let Agile Negotiation transform the way you get what you need for yourself and your team. Agilists put great importance on "Individuals & Interactions" and "Customer Collaboration." Do you have the tools to support these values? Are you a high-performing negotiator?
During this 1-day workshop you'll be introduced to a framework you can use to move from positional negotiation to a value-driven approach. The transformation to Agile Negotiation is as powerful as the switch from Waterfall to Scrum.
I learned a lot at Agile 2013, and hold the skills taught in this session among the most valuable. Your style is is funny, casual, yet serious and to-the-point. Perfect for our forum.
~ Chris Albrecht, MSCS, MBA, PMP
Scrum Master - Consultant at Grosvenor Capital Management
Emily Epstein, CSM, JD
Emily specializes in teaching negotiation, facilitation, mediation, and communication skills. She focuses on helping clients break through impasse, collaborate across functions, and build stronger relationships. She's been invited by organizations on four continents to help them overcome protracted challenges, from boosting the profitability of a Fortune 500 company to reducing the global use of child soldiers.
Emily is currently adjunct faculty at the University of California at Berkeley School of Law. In the past, she has served as associate faculty at Harvard Law School's Program on Negotiation and adjunct faculty at the Georgetown University Law Center. Emily earned her J.D. from the Georgetown University Law Center.
Adam Weisbart, CST
Adam is a Certified Scrum Trainer and Agile Coach who helps individuals, teams, and organizations reach new levels of success using real world approaches to Scrum. His clients range from tech startups, to the United States Government. He's a frequent conference speaker, and loves facilitating Open Space events for both large and small groups.
He's created several popular training modules including Build Your Own Scrum which is used by trainers around the world to teach Scrum. He's the creator of the viral video "Sh*t Bad Scrum Masters Say", the baker of Retrospective Cookies, and author of the upcoming book Agile Antipatterns: The Scrum Master's Guide to Traps, Tripwires, & Treachery.
You're a Scrum Master, Team Member, or Agile Coach who wants to master new tools for helping your team, organization, and yourself get what they need while building stronger relationships. You're committed to "Individuals and Interactions" and want to explore how to fully embody the values of openness, respect, and courage in your interactions.