Topic: Coaching Isn't Just For Agile Coaches Anymore
Coaching is a useful skill that anyone can learn and apply, whether you are an Agile Coach or not. Scrum Masters, Product Owners, Business Analysts and others in the Agile environment can use these coaching techniques to build stronger relationships to improve work.
Quickly learn about the coaching mode of Agile Coaching from five fun games. In "Flash Card Coaching," you will witness the power of powerful questions and the value of coaching by using only preset questions to do a full coaching session.
There are three categorization games where you will work together in small groups to learn about powerful questions, giving advice, and the differences between the 4 modes of Agile Coaching.
Finally, there are two "Choose Your Own Coaching Adventure" games. These are just like the old "Choose Your Own Adventure" games. Your choices lead down a path that either leads a successful coaching outcome or an unhappy coachee. Each unhappy ending comes with an explanation and you can always back up and try again.
- Agile coaching techniques any team member can use
- 4 modes of Agile coaching
- Applying these coaching techniques to assist others to learn
This workshop includes audience exercises; therefore, remote attendance will not be available.
This will be a combined meeting with Derby City Agile User Group.
Project Business Analysts
Enterprise Business Analysts
Business Systems Analysts
Business and Solution Architects
Business Relationship Managers
Managers of Business Analysts
BACoE and PMO Directors
Business Analyst Manager
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm - Program
Presented by: Damon Poole, Entrepreneur and Agile Coach
Damon has coached and trained thousands of people at companies such as EMC, Capital One, Oanda, Ford, and Fidelity. He speaks frequently at Agile Alliance, Agile New England, Kentucky Fried Agile, Atlassian Summit, Agile and Beyond, Agile Toronto, and others. As a coach of coaches at Eliassen, Damon led the Agile Delivery team which grew to hundreds of Scrum Masters and Agile Coaches in the field. He created Eliassen's Agile Transformation approach and the training content across all aspects of Agile, and led the effort to provide opportunities for the coaches to advance in their coaching journey. This background gave Damon the opportunity to learn from hundreds of Agile Coaches in an enormous variety of client environments and from the wider international Agile community. Come find out what you and Damon can learn from each other!
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