Team Leadership and Agile Coaching

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• Virtual Delivery of this Course is Available

Team Leadership and Agile Coaching is a training program that focuses on understanding and developing Leadership and Coaching skills. Learners will be able to differentiate between teaching, mentoring, facilitating, and coaching and determine when each is most effective. They will gain the skills needed to create a positive environment for meaningful collaboration and healthy conflict resolution within a team as a consultant, leader, or coach. This is a reboot and redesign of our previous Agile Coaching course with new and updated learning outcomes. This course includes the ICAgile Professional Certified Coach Certification (ICP-ACC).

Learning Topics - 20hrs

Session 1
WHAT IS AGILE COACHING

 

» Definition of Agile coaching

» Coach as Agile role model

» Achieving essential mindset shifts

» Achieving self-awareness/self-management in the coach

» Agile coaching stance

Session 2
PEOPLE SKILLS

 

» Using emotional intelligence and underpinning

» Presence

» Listening

» Powerful questioning

» Giving and receiving feedback

Session 3
THE COACHING CONVERSATION

 

» Issue identification

» Issue exploration

» Action commitment

» Conducting the coaching conversation

» Give advice while maintaining presence

» Articulate expertise

Session 4
MENTORING

 

» Mentee at free choice

» Contrasting mentoring with coaching

» Understanding the individual change cycle

» Key Agile role transitions

» Identifying and handling resistance from individuals

» Conducting the mentoring conversation

Session 5
TEACHING

 

» Use multiple content delivery mechanisms

» Chunk content into digestible pieces

» Check for understanding

» Create an environment for stickiness for team me

» Helping team members experience the Agile mindset shifts

Session 6
TEAM COACHING

 

» PRACTICE: Distinguishing and articulating at least one Agile framework

» Systems view

» Observation

» Articulate what’s happening

» Describing a model of team development and using it in service of a team’s development

» Helping a team detect their own stage of development

» PRACTICE: Creating a team kickoff/startup agenda

Session 7
HIGH TEAM PERFORMANCE &
OVERCOMING ISSUES

» Defining and identifying high performance

» Team development is a journey, not a destination

» Assessing the team as a healthy system

» Adapt your style based on team maturity

» Surfacing and working with conflict

» Building self-awareness/self-management capacity in the team

» Creating awareness that teams are human systems

Session 8
ORGANIZATIONAL IMPEDIMENTS &
SETTING BOUNDARIES

» Identifying and capturing impediments

» Leadership engagement

» Defining the Agile coaching “contract”

» Designing a coaching alliance

» Internal vs. external coaches: special considerations for contracting and designing alliances

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