Agile Coaching is a relatively new discipline and there is a lot of misunderstanding about why coaching is useful, what skills and competencies an agile coach needs to have, how they engage with individuals, teams and organisations and how to tell good coaches from mediocre ones.
As someone who wants to become a coach, what skills and competencies do you need to build? There are training courses, but they are not enough. Becoming an effective coach requires much more than book knowledge, it needs deliberate practice and experience working with individuals and teams.
As someone who is considering engaging a coach, what should you look out for and how do you establish the relationship to ensure the best possible outcomes. How do you create the environment where we can grow your own coaches inside an organisation, what is the pathway to competency for an aspiring coach?
In this talk Shane explores these topics and relates it to his own journey to becoming a recognized expert coach through a competency-based assessment (ICE-AC).
This is the story of a team who had been working in an agilely way for a while and was struggling. They decided to get serious about their process. This is what happened In the first 5 weeks. There were highs, there were lows. It felt crazy and yet awesome. Join us as we tell you all about:
This is not the story of perfect scrum or perfect agile. Instead it’s a story of experiments, reflections, learning and growth. All done in a very agile way of course.
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