Category: Coaching

Mount Stupid - the Dunning-Kruger Effect.

Agile Mishap #4: Incompetent Coaches and Trainers

Explore how the prevalence of incompetent coaches and trainers hampers Agile adoption, uncovering the reasons behind this pervasive issue. We shed light on the challenges organisations face in navigating the complexities of Agile transformation. From the commodification of Agile to the misinterpretation of confidence as competence.

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The four question types of Karl Tomm

Your Strategy for Asking Powerful Questions

Asking the right questions is a challenging task, especially when you do not want to impose your own opinion on the person or team you are coaching. In this fifth and final blog post about Systemic coaching we will explore the four question types of Karl Tomm.

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Coaching Conversation Structure

Have a Structure for Your Coaching Conversation

Systemic coaching is a disciplined approach that helps individuals and teams deciding what to do and how to do it. In this fourth blog post about Systemic coaching in the context of Agile and Change Management, we will introduce a structor you can follow in your coaching conversations.

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Plausibility Canvas

Embrace the complexity of team dynamics with the Plausibility Canvas

In the ever-shifting landscape of Agile coaching, success lies not in precision but in plausibility. The Plausibility Canvas equips you with the tools you need to navigate the complex world of organisational dynamics and human interactions. Embrace the uncertainty, experiment, and thrive as an Agile coach. Download your Plausibility Canvas now and embark on a transformative journey towards coaching excellence.

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How to Run a Retrospective

Running an effective retrospective is crucial for continuous improvement in Agile teams. If you’ve ever felt that your team’s retrospectives are lacking direction or failing to produce actionable insights, you’re…

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