You will meet Lyssa and Michael for this event in Vienna. Lyssa Adkins Since , Lyssa has taught Scrum and Agile Coaching to well over a thousand students, coached many agile teams, and served as master coach to scores of apprentice coaches. In both one-on-one settings and small groups, she enjoys a front-row seat as remarkable agile coaches emerge and go on to entice the very best from the teams and organizations they coach. Prior to agile, she had more than fifteen years of expertise leading project teams and groups of project managers she was even a PMO Director — twice! Lyssa believes that agile is more than an alternate project management methodology and she is passionate about deepening the roles in agile — specifically agile coach and agile manager — to help agile move into its fullest expression.
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You will meet Lyssa and Michael for this event in Vienna. Lyssa Adkins Since , Lyssa has taught Scrum and Agile Coaching to well over a thousand students, coached many agile teams, and served as master coach to scores of apprentice coaches. In both one-on-one settings and small groups, she enjoys a front-row seat as remarkable agile coaches emerge and go on to entice the very best from the teams and organizations they coach. Prior to agile, she had more than fifteen years of expertise leading project teams and groups of project managers she was even a PMO Director — twice!
Lyssa believes that agile is more than an alternate project management methodology and she is passionate about deepening the roles in agile — specifically agile coach and agile manager — to help agile move into its fullest expression.
She is also a trained Co-Active Coach and Leader. Michael Hamman For most of the past 25 years, Michael has committed himself to the possibility that the workplace be a site for personal, professional, and social transformation. Trained early on in coaching and large group facilitation with Werner Erhard and Associates, Michael went on to train in systems thinking, facilitation, organization development, and leadership development with Peter Senge, Peter Block, Thomas Leonard, Otto Laske, Marvin Weisbord, and with the Leadership Circle.
For 12 years Michael developed software, and coached and trained software teams in the beauty of design and teamwork. Since he has coached dozens of Fortune companies, leaders, and teams toward greater holistic agility. In the process, he has helped hundreds of people develop their own capacity for Agile leadership and practice.
Create healthy teams that are resilient, creative, resourceful and resonant. Listen fully and ask essential, powerful questions that open up new possibilities and propel people into action. Clearly ascertain the distinction between coaching and mentoring and know when to apply each most successfully. Understand how to address the dysfunctional approaches to conflict teams often develop. Coach and mentor people through all kinds of change, especially the change required to occupy agile roles fully.
See the broader organizational context more clearly and determine the best interventions, and your best actions, to positively affect it. All of these outcomes add up to your ability to become the excellent agile coach your teams and organization needs. At the end of the course, you will be capable of applying many new tools and techniques, as well as your own mindset changes, to coach agile teams to health.
As practical as it is provocative, the Coaching Agile Teams course challenges agile coaches to rise to the fullest expression of their role. Topics include: Professional Coaching. Learn and practice the key professional coaching skills and know when to use them.
Practice offering your knowledge and sharing your experience while keeping accountability for taking action where it belongs — with the person who has the problem. Experience many facilitation techniques you can use with your teams and emulate the expert modeling offered throughout the class. Understand team culture and relationships, the evolution of team development, how to move teams toward health and high performance, and practice designing a team start-up or reset.
Change and Roles. Articulate the key role transitions for project managers, testers, tech leads and managers and understand how to help people change, specifically related to their agile role transition. Prepare yourself to conduct a pivotal conversation. Roles at Scale. Get clear about how roles operate at scale, what each role needs to focus on, and how they interconnect.
Change your relationship with conflict and help the team learn to do conflict well, rather than you mediating it or fixing it. Coaching Stance. Learn more at ICAgile. Learn more at the Scrum Alliance. Any learning in Agile is typically acceptable to the Project Management Institute as continuing education.
Learn more at the PMI. Your Ticket Options for Participation This event is already fully booked. In case of any questions, please contact us directly. We offer this class Coaching Agile Teams regularly in Vienna. You want to organize an Agile Coaching Workshop or Class inhouse? We help our customers.
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Top Leadership Teams Need Coaching, too. She helps the leadership team and transformation leaders make decisions about how much business agility is needed, where, and how much they realistically believe they can attain. Then, helps them plot a course to attain it; all for the purpose of enabling the overall business strategy. Learn more Executive Team Coaching Executive teams need coaches, too!
Coaching Agile Teams LiveLessons (Video Training), Downloadable Version
Organizations that create more business agility capability have the chance to harness change for good, and even thrive. Yet, we are in the early days of business agility and not many organizations are reaping these benefits. We need a way to think about business agility, coupled with business strategy, so that we can live into the reality of harnessing change for good. This session will expose you to a recently published body of work, Domains of Business Agility, which serves as a model for creating business agility strategy. Think of it as a skeleton, or a thinking tool. Throughout, Lyssa brings her expertise in organizational culture, change and coaching to help you think about how you would practically enact a similar strategy process in your own organization.
Coaching Agile Teams 3.0
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Coaching Agile Teams
Coaching Agile Teams 3. Coaching Agile Teams is a three day Certified workshop by the Agile Coaching Institute for experienced Agilists who wish to dramatically increase their overall agile coaching skills and effectiveness. This workshop will be led by Lyssa Adkins and Michael Spayd. Agile teams are now almost the norm, although many are not running well. To say the least, it is highly interactive and experiential: we have never had anyone complain of being bored! Create healthy teams that are resilient, creative, resourceful and resonant.
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