Agile Coaching – Building Confidence

Agile Coaching – Techniques

Agile coaching uses these techniques to help achieve these changes:

  • Team workshops, helping to foster a team culture focused upon delivery;
  • One-to-one coaching, to help individuals identify a better outlook and a place for new practices;
  • Mini training sessions, helping apply specific techniques;
  • Building an extended network in the organisation to help overcome barriers and build relationships;

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Agile Coaching – Our Coaches

In order to provide outstanding agile coaches, Agility in Mind agile coaches have:

  • A deep understanding of agile and Lean practices, how these can be applied and what is appropriate in the variety of situations they find themselves in;
  • A level of emotional intelligence that helps them to build rapport and to understand that people’s resistance to change can be grounded in many areas of experience or beliefs;
  • An independence from and impartiality to hierarchical or political constraints within an organisation and facilitate conversations at any level of an organisation;
  • The desire to equip people so that they, as coaches, do not become a dependency – rather teams and individuals become confident to lead change themselves.

Agile Coaching – Successful Transformation

Agility in Mind’s agile coaches become the vehicle for successful transformation, where individuals and teams learn about agile and, more importantly, what business agility means. Over time, the changes made by individuals will be reflected in a new culture within the organisation, that allows it to adapt more quickly to the inevitable changes that will happen in its environment.

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