SOURCE blog

Our SOURCE Blogs cover everything from Agile Coaching, Careers, Leadership, Performance, Recruitment, and more. Use the filer option below, to select with category topic you prefer.

4 reasons why every agile coach should have a mentor

Here are four reasons you won’t fulfil your potential as an agile coach without a mentor: You won’t see your blind spots You’ll think you’re more competent than you really are The risk of career ...
More

Five steps on the pathway to becoming an agile coach

Here are the five steps; consider these then read on to get more details:
More

How to (agile) coach executives—nine things to NOT do

Getting time in front of executives is a key opportunity to influence an enterprise; here's how to ensure you avoid some common pitfalls. This post does not reflect any specific executive team but is ...
More

How to navigate your agile career through 2021; a 5-step guide

2020 was a tough year; I'd like to help make 2021 an awesome year for you.
More

4 steps to becoming a competent, self-confident agile coach

I believe the role of agile coach is the best job to have; this post is my view on what it takes to confidently and competently execute the role.
More

How to manage your facilitation anxiety

Getting in flow as you facilitate relies on you to optimise your stress levels. Here's some techniques to prepare you to get in front of the room.
More

How to build a high-performing agile coaching team

Below shows a team of agile coaches I was proud to help mentor (they were amazing!); but what does it take to put a cohort of agile coaches together?
More

The one trait that differentiates the best agile coaches

passion+perseverance=ACHIEVEMENT I won't keep you in suspense for very long; I see the biggest differentiator of the best agile coaches being grit. Here’s a short quote on the topic of grit from ...
More
Book-image

GET THE RESPONSIVE AGILE COACHING BOOK!

In “Responsive Agile Coaching” – Niall McShane draws on over a decade of agile coaching experience to document a clear and well-researched model that lifts the lid on how agile coaching actually works. The book starts by defining what the role of agile coach has become in recent times before putting forward a field-tested and theoretically sound model for conducting agile coaching conversations.

CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO CHECK IT OUT…