Member of EMEA Leadership Team
Alexis Monville is a member of the EMEA Leadership Team at Enterprise Open Source Software company Red Hat. He brings more than 20 years of operations and management experience from diverse sectors such as the automotive industry, a dotcom startup, IT consulting, public sector, software development, and his own management and organization consulting and coaching firm.
From 2011 until Red Hat acquired eNovance in 2014, Alexis nurtured and grew the eNovance agile organization from a few individuals to more than a hundred people. During this time he maintained the team’s focus on delivering private cloud services with OpenStack while building an open and people-centric culture.
Alexis regularly speaks about management and agile transformation, and participates at industry events such as the Open Infrastructure Summit, Open World Forum, and Agile Lean Europe.
Alexis Monville builds high impact sustainable organizations.
Alexis is the author of Changing Your Team From The Inside, a book published in 2018, and I am a Software Engineer and I am in Charge. published in 2020.
Talk: How to scale leadership development for all
Leadership has been written about for thousands of years. Leadership is neither a role nor a status. Leadership is a mindset, a behavior, and quite challenging to define in the form of a fixed set of skills.
How to learn leadership?
How to adopt the mindset, the behavior, and develop the skills?
How to create the conditions to help others around you to develop their leadership?
Companies and Universities invest a lot of energy in building programs to develop leadership. Those programs benefit at least a part of the people lucky enough to be enrolled in them. How could we scale leadership development for all?
I believe that the combination of experiential learning, social learning, and formal learning, referred to as the 70-20-10 framework, is the ideal way to grow your leadership and help others do it.
The Emerging Leadership Network works on creating the conditions to allow leadership to emerge and reveal the potential of people.
In the session, I will share with you what we learned with the network so that you can grow your potential by doing and helping others do it.
So that you can use your leadership skills to serve the cause that matters to you.