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  • #6824

    Sylvain_Mahe
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    The journey and thoughts of an Agile practitioner who discovered his passion for coaching

    Abstract
    I remember that morning, 6 or 7 years ago. I had been practicing Agile for a couple of years and I had decided to update my LinkedIn profile. I opened my profile, edited my headline and replaced “Scrum Master” with “Agile Coach”.
    That was a lie. But I didn’t know it at that time. I really believed I had become a coach. In reality I was a consultant, a trainer, sometimes a mentor.
    A few years later I decided to go back to school -a coaching school- and it changed my life.
    In this talk, I will share my personal journey to become an (Agile) Coach and share what I’ve learned along the way:
    • What is the difference between consulting, training, coaching and why we should care?
    • Why by calling ourselves coaches we are not doing any good to the coach profession?
    • What can we do about it?
    • How did I become a coach?
    • What are my coaching tools?
    • Does your organization really need a coach?

    Outline/structure of the Session
    • The landscape: consulting, coaching, mentoring, counselling…
    • Coaching: a specific role and process
    • An overview of some coaching techniques/models
    • Steps to strengthen you coaching skills

    Learning Outcomes
    • What coaching is / is not
    • What are the benefits of coaching
    • Coaching techniques/models
    • How my organization/team can benefit from coaching
    • How as a person I can develop my coaching skills

    Target Audience
    Agile coaches, managers, servant leaders, scrum masters, agile adopters

  • #6896

    Saket Bansal
    Participant

    Thank you for your talk, we are happy to have you in conference.

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