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CAL 2 September 2018 edition

Certified Agile Leadership program and certification with Angel Diaz-Maroto on the #leadershipdancefloor.
One full year of personal coaching, mentoring and peer workshops to develop your leadership skills. Unleash your leader within!!!

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CAL 2 September 2018 edition

  1. 1. Certified Agile Leadership Program with Ángel Díaz Maroto www.angeldiazmaroto.com
 (Phone) +34656428104 angel@angeldiazmaroto.com
  2. 2. Table of contents • Overview of CAL Program • CAL II Program Model • Prerequisites for CAL II • Benefits of CAL II • CAL II FAQs • CAL II Program Structure • Meet our team • Investment & payment conditions • Program dates • How to register for CAL II • Code of ethics
  3. 3. Certified Agile Leadership Program CAL I is an introductory, education- based program with objectives across five categories. This will start you on your Agile leader journey. During this 2 day training, you’ll develop awareness of Agile leadership thinking, focus, vision, and behavior. Your CAL I credential is achieved upon successful completion of the learning objectives during a CAL I class. CAL II complements the leadership development program by advancing your education with validated practice, personal coaching and peer-based sharing. In this on-line 8 month- long program, you’ll have the opportunity for hands-on practice, feedback in real time, interact with other students who share your Agile values, increase your confidence and grow your understanding of what it takes to be a successful leader. What is the difference between the CAL I credential and the CAL II credential?
  4. 4. Certified Agile Leadership Certification To participate in the CAL II program you will be asked to propose your own real life case-study to work on. During the next 8 months you will be driven through that case and supported in your leadership development journey with advanced education, personal coaching and peer workshops. This assistance will help you to boost your leadership skills and validate your skills in practice. Your case study will be properly developed and documented during your CAL II program. How can I get the Certified Agile Leader certification? Upon successful completion of CAL I and CAL II, you will be eligible to apply for the CAL Certification. Your case-study will be validated by your Approved CAL Educator and you will be granted the Certified Agile Leader 
  5. 5. Our CAL II is designed as a 3-part process which incorporates: Personal Coaching: 
 A minimum* of 8 (1 hour long) on-line one-to-one coaching sessions with a professional ICF coach trained on the #LeadershipDancefloor Advanced Education: A series of 8 (2 hours long) on-line learning activities based on your real- life examples led by an Approved CAL Educator What is the CAL II Program Model?
  6. 6. Validated Practice: the student should submit a log on the usage of the #leadershipdancefloor. This log will be validated and uploaded by your CAL Educator. Once a student successfully completes the CAL I training, the CAL II on-line program, and the case-study is validated, the Student will be awarded with the Certified Agile Leader (CAL) certification by the Scrum Alliance. Furthermore the student will be accredited as a Certified Leadership Dancefloor Coach (CLDC). What is the CAL II Program Model?
  7. 7. • have successfully completed a CAL I training, with a Certified Agile Leadership Educator accredited by the Scrum Alliance. • have attended a CAL I with the #LeadershipDancefloor or have been trained in a #LeadershipDancefloor Class*. • be able to work on a real case-study of leadership as a Manager at any level, Scrum Master, Coach, Change Agent, Team Leader, etc… * In case that you have received your CAL I credential with a different model than the #leadershipdancefloor, please enquire for options. What are the prerequisites to join a CAL II program? To Join our CAL II program, you should …
  8. 8. • You will get support for your personal development as a leader.as well as assistance based on your real working environment. • You will be interacting with an international group of leaders experiencing a similar context as yours and boosting your learning experience. • You will be exposed to advanced leadership-related topics completing your education as Leader and coach in the #leadershipdancefloor What are the benefits of participating in the CAL II program? (1/2)
  9. 9. • You will get access to the Certified Agile Leadership Certification, a certification that validates your skills throughout a 1 year program of personal and professional development • During their CAL II program, all participants can volunteer to participate in any CAL I, as assistants in the class, free of charge*. • During their CAL II program all participants have access to a personal Coach to get support on their personal and professional growth** * The participant should cover his or her own travel, accommodation and subsistence expenses for CAL I. * A maximum of 2 CAL II participants spots will be available for each CAL I class. ** 8 personal Coaching sessions are included in the CAL II program tuition, additional sessions should be purchased separately. What are the benefits of participating in the CAL II program? (1/2)
  10. 10. CAL II FAQ’s (1/3) • Will CAL II be available in my language? As for today we’ll open CAL II groups led in English and Spanish. • How many times can I re-take the CAL I class if I join CAL II? As many as you want, if there are available spots. • How do I know if I’ll have a good coach? All our leadership development coaches are professional ICF coaches that have been trained in the #leadershipdancefloor. • If I don’t like my assigned coach, can I get a new one? Yes, you can request a coach change between sessions and other coach will be assigned upon availability. • How many people will be in my team-workshop sessions? A maximum of 15 people (3 teams) will join your group session each team will have 3-7 members. • How long will the team-workshop on-line sessions be? The sessions will be 2 hours long • What happens if I miss a personal coaching session? Please schedule the sessions with our coaches with enough anticipation. If you need to cancel an appointment please inform your coach one week in advance in order to re-schedule your session. In the case of a “no-show” the participant would need to purchase an additional coaching session.
  11. 11. CAL II FAQ’s (2/3) • What happens if I miss a team-workshop session? What happens if didn’t prepare for my team- workshop session? Following the CAL II program requires a high commitment from the participants. You’ll be working in teams and you need to be ready for each group session. Sessions wont be recorded. If you miss (or are not ready to participate adequately) more than one CAL II group sessions you won’t be able to apply for the CAL certification. • How many personal coaching sessions are Included in the program? 8 personal on-line one-to- one coaching sessions will be run with each of the participants. Additional coaching sessions can be purchased separately. • Is my DiSC Assessment included in CAL II? Each student will take their DiSC leadership profile test. Feedback will be given in their second coaching session. • How often will personal coaching sessions take place? Coaching sessions will happen with a minimum pace of one session per month. • How often will team-workshop sessions take place? Group sessions will be of help once per month. Participants are required to meet regularly to complete their assignments in preparation for the group sessions.
  12. 12. CAL II FAQ’s (3/3) • How should I make the payments? Only bank transfer payments are accepted, note that International wire fees might apply, please ask your bank. • If I live in a different country than where I attended CAL I, What would the the price of CAL II be for me? Your location-dependent fee will be assigned according to the country where you attended CAL I. • I atended CAL I, will I be accepted to participate in CAL II? It´s not 100% guaranteed. CAL II is an advanced program, therefore we will carefully review all the applications and CV’s to ensure that we have the highest leadership maturity and commitment in our CAL II groups. Also note that the number of available spots is limited, therefore it is highly probable that we’ll go fully booked very early. • What happens if I can’t pay within the deadlines? In case of failure to make the registration fee payment within one week after registration, your place will be released and you’ll automatically be placed in the waiting list. Failure to pay either of the 2 installments within the deadline involves the automatic expulsion (e) of the program. • What happens upon expulsion from the program? You won’t be able to join the next team- workshop sessions or apply to the CAL certifications. • What situation could lead to expulsion from the program? You will be warned if you are violating the program rules or code of ethics. A second warning will lead to expulsion from the program. (e) No refund will be aplicable in case of expulsion from the program.
  13. 13. It is composed by 8 on-line sessions of 2 hours each, led by your CAL Educator, with In-depth topic discussion and demo coaching activities. Participants should prepare a presentation (in teams) about the corresponding topic with the help their leadership coach sessions and self-organized peer workshops. All teams will be sharing common patterns, insights and outcomes from their real life scenarios. Structure of the team-workshop sessions: • Sessions 3,5,7: Personal dimension • Session 3: Share DISC Learnings and improvement actions • Session 5: Understand and classify your available and challenging actions • Session 7: Leadership styles, challenges and incorporation of new leadership styles • Sessions 4, 6, 8: Collective dimension • Session 4: Share CVF output and improvement actions • Session 6: Understand and influence organizational structures • Session 8: Experiments run and the obtained results • Session 1 & 2: The Agile Organization & Agile Approaches to Change: • Session 1: How to develop and communicate a powerful vision • Session 2: How to design and perform experiments to influence the system • Sessions 3 to 8: Leadership to influence Agility & Leadership in an Agile Context What is the structure of the CAL II team-workshop sessions?
  14. 14. Meet our team
  15. 15. Angel is a very energetic, proficient and forward-thinking Coach who specializes on coaching organizations throughout their Agile journeys. His pragmatism and experience in Organizational Coaching and Business Agility are the driving forces behind his perceptive methods of action. As an insightful coach, trainer, and mentor, he’s helped to constructively and successfully improve quality standards, product/service delivery, continuous improvement and innovation capabilities in a diverse set of companies, from small startups to fortune 500 multinational organizations.
 Angel´s ability to empower leadership, influence organizational culture, unleash value creation and process improvement is recognized worldwide. Throughout his 11+ years of hands-on experience in Agile coaching, Angel has provided expert guiding to achieve remarkable growth for organizations and agile professionals from more than 25 countries in North America, South America, Europe and Asia. Angel’s contribution has been specially noticeable in ING, King, Banco de Chile, Falabella, Toyota, Sunhotels and Lietuvos draudimas success cases. He holds the three highest level certifications in the field from the Scrum Alliance: CST (Certified Scrum Trainer), CEC (Certified Enterprise Coach) and CAL Educator (Certified Agile Leadership Educator). Additionally, Angel is a co-active coach, specialist in team coaching and systemic leadership, Management 3.0 facilitator and DiSC Certified Behavior and Motivation Analyst. In addition to his work as an Agile Coach, Angel teaches video game production at ESNE (University of Design, Innovation and technology [Madrid]) and Design Thinking at LaSalle University [Barcelona]. He also has participated as a speaker in more than 50 international conferences and Agile events in Europe, Asia and the Americas, being a significant contributor to the international Agile community since 2009. Certified Scrum Trainer (CST) Certified Enterprise Coach & Certified Agile Leadership Educator by the Scrum Alliance Angel Diaz Maroto
  16. 16.   Maria Antonia has developed her professional career in the HR field. For the last 15 years she has been HR Director and Executive Committee member in big companies in the Service Sector. She has also carried out projects as consultant in the HR area both in Spain and Brazil and as trainer in Leadership and Communications skills. Starting in 2017, she is developing her career as Executive Coach. She is internationally certified as Co-active Coach by CTI (Coaching Training Institute) and accredited ACC by ICF (Int’l Coach Federation) and trained in ORSC, Organization & Relationship Systems Coaching by CRR Global. She is also certified in Agile Leadership by the Scrum Alliance, and as DISC Behaviour, Leadership and Motivation Analyst. In her own words: “After years of using the Coaching techniques as a tool for speeding up the development of the professionals in the companies I was managing, now I can perform my role as a Coach directly, accompanying individuals in their personal change, in order to accomplish their objectives, both in their private and professional life” She coaches in Spanish, Catalan and Portuguese, after living for years in Sao Paulo (Brazil). Has received complementary training in Business Schools in Spain (IESE, EAE), related to the Management of Business Change, the Strategic People Management in Organizations, Conflict Management and Resolution, Negotiation Techniques by CMI (Harvard).in Agile Leadership by the Scrum Alliance. ICF certified Executive Coach with 15+ years experience as part of executive boards in big corporations and HR director. Maria Antonia Velasco
  17. 17. With more than 17 years of professional experience in different areas, María Becerro began her career en India in the Cooperation and Development sector in different countries (Ecuador, Peru, Brazil, Bolivia, Morocco) in addition to organizations in the third sector (Save the Children, Ipade, AECID).  Subsequently, she specialized in the Evaluation of programs and public policy, dedicating herself to consulting.  Later on, she worked 11 years as an expert in University quality en the National Agency for the Evaluation of Quality and Accreditation (ANECA), filling leadership and management roles in international departments and those dedicated to the evaluation of university degrees.  She has worked with teams during 7 years and she possesses broad experience in training and the provision of information. Currently, she is focusing on developing the leadership competencies of Educational Directors (especially at the university level), with professors and students and working for the including of effective leadership in the programs of study in educational programs. She is enthusiastic and committed to encouraging the personal and professional development of both individuals and teams.  She is dynamic, happy and vital and possesses solid leadership competencies.  She is passionate about creativity and enthusiastic about motivating the Educational Community (Directors, Professors and Students) with her knowledge of leadership, growth and development. She designs and gives courses on the development of leadership in different organizations and is a speaker in conferences and Universities concerning personal development and leadership. She possesses various international certifications in coaching (Coach Co-activo; ORSC Practitioner-Teams and Relations Coach) and assist with the 360º diagnostics tools ¨The Leadership Circle¨ and she is also certified as an Agile Leader by the Scrum Alliance in addition to being an expert in coaching and leadership in regards to Education.  ICF certified & ORSC certified professional coach,
 certified “Leadership circle” facilitator. Maria Becerro
  18. 18. Investment and payment conditions for CAL II
  19. 19. Total investment for our CAL II Program • Mexico, Chile, Perú, Colombia, Costa Rica (Spanish): 1900 USD • Spain (Spanish), Italy (English): 1900 EUR + IVA • Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Ukraine (English): 1800 EUR • USA, Singapore, UAE (English): 2400 USD • Belgium, Switzerland, Austria (English): 2400 EUR * Only bank transfer payments are accepted, International wire fee might apply, please ask your bank. * Your location-dependent fee will be assigned according to the country where you attended CAL I. We use a location-dependent* fee system to guarantee availability of the program to a broader audience:
  20. 20. Payment conditions The CAL II course can* be paid in 3 steps: • Admission fee, upon registration: 20% of the total fee. • 1st installment**, before CAL II program start date: 40% of the total fee. • 2nd installment**, before 5th CAL II coaching session: 40% of the total fee. *Participants paying the total fee upon registration will benefit from a 10% discount on the final price **Failure to make any payment within the deadline involves the automatic expulsion (e) of the program. (e) No refund will be aplicable in case of expulsion from the program.
  21. 21. Program dates Call for registrations closure: Sept 7th, 2018 Final participants confirmation: Sept 17th 1st payment deadline (*if applicable): Sept 21st, 2018 2nd Payment deadline (*if applicable): Jan 25th, 2019 Available Groups and Dates: • CAL II ES Group (Spanish) Program welcome: Sept 22nd (16:00 - 18:00 GMT) Workshop Dates: Sept 22, Oct 27, Nov 24, Dec 29, Jan 26, Feb 23, Mar 30, Apr 27 (16:00 - 18:00 GMT) Program Closure: May 4th (16:00 GMT) • CAL II EN Group (English) Program welcome: Sept 22nd (13:00 - 15:00 GMT) Workshop Dates: Sept 22, Oct 27, Nov 24, Dec 29, Jan 26, Feb 23, Mar 30, Apr 27 Program Closure: May 4th (13:00 - 15:00 GMT)
  22. 22. How to register for CAL II Registration process: 1. Complete and send us a filled-out CAL II application form and your updated CV or a link to your Linked-In profile. 2. We will review your application and answer you within 1 week. 3. You will receive an e-mail from us with an acceptance confirmation or feedback on your application*. 4. In case there are spots available** in the selected group, you will receive an invoice for the CAL II registration fee and your place in the selected Group will be temporarily reserved. In case of no spots available, you will be placed on a waiting list. 5. You will be required to perform the payment*** and send us a proof of payment for the registration fee within 1 week. 6. We’ll send you all the log-in details for our on-line training platform. 7. See you in our on-line CAL II welcome session!!!
  23. 23. Notes on CAL II registration * Please note that CAL II is an advanced training program, designed for outstanding leaders to grow their leadership skills and excel in their endeavors with the support of their peers and a experienced team of coaches. Therefore we will carefully review all the applications to ensure that we have the highest leadership maturity and commitment in our CAL II groups. **Please note that we have 2 groups with 15 spots each and approx. 400 CAL I students so far. Prices might be higher in the next CAL II editions, therefore it is highly probable that we’ll go fully booked very early. ***In case of failure to perform the registration fee payment within one week, Your place will be released and you’ll automatically be placed on the waiting list. Further information and Support: For any questions or clarifications about the CAL program, please contact our Program coordinator Deirdre (dei@angeldiazmaroto.com)
  24. 24. See you in CAL II !!!
  25. 25. Code of Ethics We believe that the credibility and reputation of the CAL program is shaped by the collective conduct of individual practitioners. This Code of Ethics establishes the expectations that we have of ourselves and our fellow practitioners in the global CAL community, and establishes an organization-wide understanding of appropriate behaviour. This Code applies to all participants on CAL. Violations of this Code are determined in accordance with the bylaws, policies and procedures of angeldiazmaroto.com. Any disciplinary action instituted by angeldiazmaroto.com shall be binding and final upon the member and without recourse to angeldiazmaroto.com, its officers, members or staff. I. Representation All CAL participants have an obligation to themselves and to the program to represent themselves truthfully, professionally and in a non-misleading manner. All CAL participants shall: • Be honest and accurate in presenting qualifications and experience in all communications with others • Provide accurate information in a highly visible and timely manner • Demonstrate transparency in their decision-making processes • Not engage in or condone behaviour that is designed to deceive others.   II. Professionalism All CAL participants shall conduct themselves in a most professional and ethical manner so as neither to offend nor bring discredit to themselves, the program, or their fellow CAL participants.  All CAL participants shall: • Maintain a collegial relationship with fellow participants based upon respect, professional courtesy, dignity and the highest ethical standards • Not discriminate against others based on, but not limited to, gender, race, ethnicity, age, religion, disability, nationality, or sexual orientation • Not engage in any illegal behaviour • Not use – either orally or in writing – materials, titles or thematic creations originated by others unless approved in writing by the originator • Protect proprietary or confidential information that has been entrusted to them and maintain the confidentiality of business or personal affairs of clients, the CAL program, and other members • Conduct themselves in a professional manner, even when it is not reciprocated. III. Professional Responsibility All CAL participants will dedicate themselves to a common goal and will strive to perform professionally and responsibly at all times.  All CAL participants shall: • Take responsibility for and fulfill the commitments that they undertake • Make decisions and take actions based on the best interests of society, public safety, and the environment. • Take ownership of their errors and omissions and accept accountability for any issues resulting from their errors or omissions and any resulting consequences • Proactively and fully disclose any real or potential conflicts of interest to the appropriate parties • Comply with any established learning objectives for the program IV. Pledge of Ethics As a CAL participant, I acknowledge and agree to honor my ethical obligations to my coaches, trainers, colleagues, and to the public at large. I pledge to act in accordance with this Code of Ethics, to treat people with dignity as independent and equal human beings, and to model these standards with those whom I work. I understand and agree that if I breach this Pledge of Ethics or any part of the CAL Code of Ethics, angeldiazmaroto.com in its sole discretion may hold me accountable for such breach and that such accountability may include the suspension or loss of my CAL membership and/or my CAL credentials. In addition, all persons, as set forth above, are expected to make good faith efforts  to ensure that their partners uphold these standards in relation to CAL courses, events, and other offerings (e.g., by making adherence to these standards part of any formal agreements with partners).  To the extent that any of the above-mentioned practices, or any other practices that are considered by the angeldiazmaroto.com to be disreputable or improper, are engaged in by any CAL participants, the angeldiazmaroto.com reserves the right to enforce these guidelines with measures that include, but are not limited to, revocation of CAL membership or revocation of any CAL certification.