A Life-Long Agile Leadership Practice Learning Journey
“What we think, or what we know, or what we believe is, in the end, of little consequence. The only consequence is what we do.” John Ruskin, polymath, The Crown of Wild Olive (1866).
The pathway to developing Agilityship and therefore building a culture of sustainability starts with learning how to practice 12 Agilityship Practices. Alongside defining each Practice, I will illustrate how they’ve helped me reflect on my own life so far.
My ALPD diagnostic questionnaire result for each Practice is given, showing how much I currently practice each Practice, together with some examples of immediate personal actions we can all take, and also those relevant for our family-education-career and business-community involvement.
Each section ends with some development ideas to improve each of the 12 different types of agile leadership which Agilityship creates. To avoid fragility in our life, career and business activities the priority is practising the practices.