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Coaching Beyond a Team

Agile coaches and Scrum Masters face many challenges. They have no authority to insist people listen or do, yet managers and executives expect organization-wide results from their activities. Furthermore, many executives see clearly how teams should change, but don’t see how the environment or their own actions impact teams. Handing those managers an impediment list isn’t a winning strategy.

In our Coaching Beyond the Team workshop, you will learn how to establish credibility and rapport to influence and coach beyond the team. You’ll learn how to use diagrams to create understanding, and share data in a way that enables managers to take action. 

Through simulations and small group activities, we’ll explore common organizational patterns and dynamics. Through discussion and practice, you’ll learn tools that will help you communicate the changes needed to unleash productivity.

The workshop’s design and content will take your skills to the next level. You’ll learn techniques for understanding the real problem. New analysis tools will reveal the real company, which bears little resemblance to the chart hanging on the wall. Experiential exercises will make this part of your coaching DNA.

Learn more at coachingbeyondtheteam.com

How is coaching a team different from coaching individuals?

Agile Coach Camp US 2014 interview with Bob Payne of Agile Toolkit.

Through simulations and group activities

You Will Learn:

Through simulations and group activities

You Will Learn:

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How the way you enter a group impacts your ability to coach.

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How to see the visible and invisible structures in the organization which sustain the current pattern.

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How problems extend into the organization.

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How to discover and depict factors that affect the situation, and how they influence each other.

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How to choose which actions to take first.

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How to engage others in joint problem-solving.

Testimonials

What People Say

Testimonials

What People Say

This workshop teaches a framework for change and gives you experience in using that framework to solve real problems in real organizations.

Nick Amundsen

Director, Research, Jamf Software

It helped me better understand the system I work in, and gave me a plethora of tools I can bring back to my organization to make improvements in the system.

Mike Vitale

President, Mavelous

Sometimes (most times) the problems we face are multi-faceted and complex. The workshop gives tools to pause and observe, analyze the system and determine what experiments you want to take.

Lynn Woody

IT Release Manager, John Deere

No powerpoint. Just engagement and collaboration.

Dave Cornelius

Value Delivery Leader, Bio-Rad Labs

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