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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 ...

Five steps on the pathway to becoming an agile coach

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

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 ...

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.

Why agile coaches need to get back in front of real people

Consider the picture below that shows me on a solo bushwalk in Australia. It looks beautiful, amazing and wonderous but it ultimately fails to convey ...

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 ...

Olympic Agile Coaching

It Olympics time; I couldn't help myself and had to write a post that's Olympic themed :-)
Source Agility - 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.