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Creating a Women in Agile group for those located in the Twin Cities. More information to come soon - we are in the early stages of forming!
Women in Agile: https://womeninagile.org/local

Upcoming events (2)

Forming Meeting - Voice Your Ideas, Get Involved- Make an Impact

What would you like Women In Agile Twin Cities to become? Would you like to actively shape our culture? Come to our forming meeting and let us hear your voice. Help us craft a shared vision of who we'll become, what we'll create and how we'll get there. 5:30pm-6:00pm: Welcome, sign-in, buy food*, chat 6:00pm-7:30pm: Ice breaker, group introductions, create a working agreement, discussion *Common Roots offers a selection of sandwiches, salads and drinks (including vegan and gluten free options) available for purchase. You can take a look at their menu here: https://www.commonrootscafe.com/menu You can park in their parking lot just north of the building. It's also accessible by buses #4 and #113, which both stop in front of the building. Women In Agile Code of Conduct: The Women in Agile community drives toward equality and inclusion of diversity representation, expertise, and involvement in the agile community. We value diverse idea representation to empower the agile community and enterprises and believe everyone is better off when more ideas are shared. In support of this mission, Women in Agile wants to ensure a respectful, safe and inclusive environment for everyone, whenever they are engaged in Women in Agile activities, events, and operations. We do not tolerate harassing or disrespectful behavior, interactions, messages, or images, by any member, in any form. This includes business and social activities, regardless of location. We encourage everyone to help in creating a welcoming and safe environment. Please report any concerns, harassing behavior, suspicious or disruptive activity using these contact methods: contact event organizers, volunteers, or committee/board members or email [masked] Women in Agile Inc. reserves the right to refuse admittance to or remove any person from an activity or suspend membership at any time at its sole discretion, and discontinue their affiliation with the organization or individual. This includes members, event attendees, speakers, local and regional community leaders, sponsors, Officers, Board of Directors and volunteers.

Leading Without Authority

Improving

Welcome to Women In Agile Twin Cites! We are an inclusive community: you don't have to be a woman to join or participate.* Presentation- Guest Speaker Kate Wardin: Leading Without Authority Do you want to connect with others who value agility? Are you looking to build on your knowledge and skills? Would you like to create more win-win outcomes for yourself, the agile community and the world as a whole? Come be a part of our first official 'Women In Agile' event in the Twin Cities! Gain new insights from Kate Wardin’s presentation on Leading Without Authority. Then stick around to make great connections and enjoy some food and drink compliments of our host, Improving. Finally, get even more value by staying on for the Agile Twin Cities meetup event (as of this writing, the event hasn’t been announced yet but you can find their page and join to get updates here: https://www.meetup.com/AGILE-TWIN-CITIES/ 4:15-4:30pm Sign in + beverages and light snacks 4:30-5:30pm Kate Wardin presentation and discussion: "Leading Without Authority" 5:30-6:00pm Joint networking and refreshments with Agile Twin Cities 6:00-7:30pm (SEPARATE SIGN-UP) Agile Twin Cities presentation PLEASE NOTE: For this first event we will have relatively few seats available. Please only sign up if you are committed to coming. If after signing up you find you won't be able to attend, please be sure to change your RSVP as a courtesy to those who otherwise might not be able to get a seat. *In order to ensure that you and all other participants feel safe and included at our events, we adhere to the Women In Agile Code of Conduct (below). By participating in any of our events, you are tacitly agreeing to abide by this Code of Conduct. WOMEN IN AGILE CODE OF CONDUCT The Women in Agile community drives toward equality and inclusion of diversity representation, expertise, and involvement in the agile community. We value diverse idea representation to empower the agile community and enterprises and believe everyone is better off when more ideas are shared. In support of this mission, Women in Agile wants to ensure a respectful, safe and inclusive environment for everyone, whenever they are engaged in Women in Agile activities, events, and operations. We do not tolerate harassing or disrespectful behavior, interactions, messages, or images, by any member, in any form. This includes business and social activities, regardless of location. We encourage everyone to help in creating a welcoming and safe environment. Please report any concerns, harassing behavior, suspicious or disruptive activity using these contact methods: contact event organizers, volunteers, or committee/board members or email [masked] Women in Agile Inc. reserves the right to refuse admittance to or remove any person from an activity or suspend membership at any time at its sole discretion, and discontinue their affiliation with the organization or individual. This includes members, event attendees, speakers, local and regional community leaders, sponsors, Officers, Board of Directors and volunteers. It is everybody’s responsibility to create and maintain a safe and respectful environment. As such, you should report incidents: If it is something that has happened to you If someone shared something with you, or you were with them when it happened If you saw something happen from afar How do I find help or report an incident? If you need help, or need to report an incident please contact any of the following: Women in Agile board member – Natalie Warnert, Deema Dajani, Eric Willeke, Joanna Vahlsing Event organizer or volunteer Email: [masked] You can find more details about Women In Agile's Code of Conduct here: https://womeninagile.org/conduct/

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