Agility in HR


Agility in HR (ICP-AHR) Organization Online Workshop (500 euros)



In this Agile HR workshop business partners, personnel developers, recruiters and others who work in or closely with human resources, will learn about the Agile mindset, organizational design, roles, career paths, performance, goals & motivation, promotions, talent acquisition and retention as well as learning and development.

The Agile HR Track equips professionals to apply an agile mindset to the core functionalities that are typically stewarded by HR. Support and develop organizational leadership and talent by first growing individual capabilities as a leader, coach, and mentor. Create an adaptive organization by breaking down divisional walls and structuring the organization in a human-centered way. Learning Outcomes address the shift needed to design roles and organizational structures that enable business agility.

Agility in HR (ICP-AHR) by Management 3.0 – The popular Management 3.0 Foundation Workshop with additional content and ICAgile accreditation.

Enhance your skills working with people. Become a better partner for those working in your company and provide greater support in the agile culture.

The ICAgile Certified Professional in Agility in HR (ICP-AHR) certification is part of the Business Agility pathway and is aimed at people who are in what is called HR in most organizations.

Do you face one or more of these challenges? Agile Leadership Skills for Human Resources employees

  • Your company is going Agile and you need to support the transformation.
  • You want to build collaborative networks to enable innovation
  • You’re exploring ways to reposition HR by redesigning your practices to attract and retain talent

In this workshop, you will learn more about:


  • The changing role of HR in agile businesses
  • Attracting, hiring and retaining the right people
  • Embracing diversity
  • Keeping people motivated and engaged
  • Moving from individual performance mindset to team performance
  • Performance appraisals/ratings
  • Changing roles, job descriptions, titles and ways of working
  • Creating and nurturing an environment of psychological safety