Events

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Rabbit Hole Learning is always excited to participate at unconference and meetup events within the Agile and Lean space.  We also speak at a variety of events.

Marian Willeke is the owner and principal of Rabbit Hole Learning and has a deep passion around the following topics.

  • How integrating a learning culture into the overall organisational strategy gives the organisation a competitive advantage.
  • How adjusting behaviours on teams can be both systemically applied and measured through intentional habit changes.
  • How learning can be a part of every day behaviour through small batches and intentional experimentation.

 

So if you are at any of the events below, look us up for a chat about effective and continual learning in the workplace!

 

 

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June 6, 2017

Agile RPT MeetUp (link)

Host: Agile RPT (ARTp)

One Bank of America Plaza | Raleigh-Durham NC

 

Speaker: Marian Willeke, Rabbit Hole Learning

Topic: Addressing Learning Bias on Agile Teams! (Slide Deck)

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agile-alliance-logoAugust 7-11, 2017

Agile 2017 (link)

Host: Agile Alliance

Location: Rosen Shingle Creek | Orlando FL

 

Speaker: Marian Willeke, Rabbit Hole Learning
Co-Speaker: Scott Marsee, Rabbit Hole Learning

Topic: Training from Outside the Room (session link)

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heroOctober 20-22, 2017

TrustTemenos Effect Gathering 2017 (link)

Hosts:
Olaf Lewitz & Christine Neidhardt, Trust Temenos (profile)
Siraj Sirajaddin & Susan Gibson, Temenos+Agility (profile)

Location: SeminarZentrum | Johannesberg, Germany

 

A Facilitator (among many!): Marian Willeke, Rabbit Hole Learning

Concept: Creating conversations for positive change and continual growth!


About Marian

My passion is centered around ensuring effective learning experiences that improve people's lives. Developing a learning mindset is my ultimate goal whether working with academic programs or corporate training; formal or informal learning practices. It is my belief that our potential for agility is limited only by our capacity for learning.

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