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Designing a leadership offsite workshop using the RAMP approach

When I was asked to come up with some ideas for designing a leadership team’s offsite all day workshop, I approached the situation by framing the event as an engagement challenge.
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Five steps on the pathway to becoming an agile coach

Here are the five steps; consider these then read on to get more details:
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The one skill that differentiates the best agile coaches

Yes, one skill can make or break an agile coach. Here's my view on this one skill.
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Five Agile Coaching Techniques to Deal with Bullying Behaviour

You never know when or where you'll meet a bully. If you do encounter such a person there are techniques to use to help everyone navigate towards a safer, more sustainable way of working. Bullies are ...
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How I got 15 agile coaches to align, collaborate and deliver an outcome

HINT: you can't command and control agile coaches; they expect and deserve to be treated as knowledge workers who play a key role in achieving change and delivery outcomes.
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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.
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Three tensions agile coaches learn to navigate

Navigating tensions is like walking along a ridge; one wrong step can lead to a (very) bad outcome. Here are some tips to keep you safe.
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What are agile coaches accountable for..?

This post summarises what 40 agile coaches said at a recent Meetup when I asked them the above question.
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Three unlearning moments that changed my mind about agile

There are moments that completely change your perception on a topic. I want to share three I had in relation to my role as an agile coach One way to look at who we are is as a collections of habits. ...
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