On-Site Workshop

Coaching Teams

A Workshop for Scrum Masters, Agile Coaches, and Team Leads

 

Make the most of your coaching. Sixty percent of the variation in team productivity comes from how well a team is designed and supported. Team effectiveness is the result of those enabling conditions and the interactions of team members. Learn how to observe and assess enabling conditions for teamwork, plus team interactions and dynamics.

Gain the knowledge you need to improve conditions that are hampering your teams. Understand patterns of interaction, and how to enhance the environment to improve results. Through simulations and small group practice, you will hone your abilities to analyze group dynamics, and take effective action.

This two-day workshop is interactive and experiential. In order to have a rich experience with quality interactions, the minimum number of participants is 10, and the maximum is 16.

Through Simulations and group activities

You Will Learn:

Through Simulations and group activities

You Will Learn:

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How to observe and assess the conditions that contributed to teamwork.

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Essential models for making sense of behavior on the group level.

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How to diagnose sources of conflict.

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How and what to look for in observing team interactions.

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How to navigate sources of conflict on the team.

Course Content

Course Content

The workshop’s design and content will take your skills to the next level. In this session, we will focus on the heart of Scrum—a highly collaborative team. You’ll learn to identify the source of common team problems, and take action to improve the team environment. You will gain skills to increase trust and communication on your teams.

Creating a Team Environment
  • Essential characteristics of a high-functioning team
  • Foundational elements that enable teaming
Observing Team Interactions
  • Observing patterns
  • Interpreting patterns
  • Taking action
  • Reporting observations
Navigating Team Conflicts
  • The nature and necessity of conflict
  • Recognizing sources of conflict
  • Strategies to navigate different types of conflicts
  • Coaching team members to solve their own conflicts
After the Workshop
  • Resources
  • Staying connected
  • Continual learning

Ready to bring “Coaching Teams” to your company?

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