Month: March 2021

Empathy, neutrality, and vulnerability

ICF Core Competencies: Empathy, Neutrality, and Vulnerability

The last few articles introduced concepts and International Coach Federation core competencies in co-creating the coach client relationship and building a strong coaching agreement with the client. In this article, we inspect another ICF core competency – Establishes and Maintains Agreements. We will also discuss the ways to make sure you and the client are appropriately matched before committing to a coaching relationship.

Understand, Respect, and Acknowledge

ICF Core Competencies: Understand, Respect, and Acknowledge

The last few articles introduced concepts and International Coach Federation core competencies in co-creating the coach client relationship and building a strong coaching agreement with the client. In this article, we inspect another ICF core competency – Establishes and Maintains Agreements. We will also discuss the ways to make sure you and the client are appropriately matched before committing to a coaching relationship.

Keys for a Strong Session Agreement

ICF Core Competencies: Keys for a Strong Session Agreement

The last few articles introduced concepts and International Coach Federation core competencies in co-creating the coach client relationship and building a strong coaching agreement with the client. In this article, we inspect another ICF core competency – Establishes and Maintains Agreements. We will also discuss the ways to make sure you and the client are appropriately matched before committing to a coaching relationship.

Coaching Plan

ICF Core Competencies: The Coaching Plan

The last article introduced the use of the STORMMES Model © in co-creating the relationship agreement with the client. In this article, we take a closer look at competency 3 Establishes and Maintains Agreements.

The first three competency markers in this section help us to understand what a good relationship agreement contains.

Scaling coaching through systems thinking

Scaling Coaching Through Systems Thinking

Scaling is often frowned upon in the Agile world. Scaling coaching from individuals to teams and to organizations is the only way to bring the systemic change to bigger and wider systems and we believe that scaling coaching through systems thinking is the way to go.

It Might As Well Be Me! - with Lyssa Adkins

It Might As Well Be Me! with Lyssa Adkins

After writing her groundbreaking Coaching Agile Teams, Lyssa was put on pedestal by the Agile community and has been there since, casting a shadow (or shining a bright light) on the community as a whole and brining wisdom of Agile coaching to the growing pool of agile coaches. In this episode we are talking about what brought Lyssa to Agile coaching, what changes she notices in Agile coaching as of late, and what she is looking forward to in 2021.

Meeting Them Where They Are with Allison Pollard

Meeting Them Where They Are with Allison Pollard

In this episode Allison Pollard discusses the concept of “meeting where they are,” and what it means for Agile Coaches. How do we support people on their agile journey? What changed over the last year? When might we pivot as agile coaches and what is significance of keeping agile non-denominational.

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