Cherie Silas is an ICF Credentialed Master Certified Coach (MCC) and a Certified Enterprise Coach (CEC) and Certified Team Coach (CTC) with Scrum Alliance and a co-author of the Enterprise Agile Coaching book.
Got a question for Cherie? Grab a slot on the calendar and let's chat!
Interested in Reflective Coaching Super-Vision? Let's chat!
She has a strong desire to help people arrive at the place they define as success in both personal and professional life. Her goal is to invest the experience and talents she has gathered through years of learning, oftentimes the hard way, into people whom she hopes will become greater than she can ever dream to be.
Cherie serves as a mentor coach helping coaches improve their core coaching competencies and skills. She also provides coach supervision to experienced coaches helping them look at the work they are doing with their clients and strengthen those client relationships to have more effective coaching engagements.
Cherie’s life mission that drives every interaction with every individual she encounters is simply this: To leave you better than I found you with each encounter.
Professional Certifications: Master Certified Coach (MCC), Certified Enterprise Coach (CEC), Professional Scrum Master (PSM), Certified Scrum Master (CSM), Professional Scrum Product Owner (PSPO), Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO), Certified Scrum Professional (CSP), Project Management Professional (PMP)
February 6, 2022
Product backlog ordering is an art by itself, especially in complex environments. We introduce a few techniques that help product owners manage product backlog.
April 22, 2021
In this article, we take a closer look at competency 5: Maintains Presence. ICF defines this competency as “Is fully conscious and present with the client, employing a style that is open, flexible, grounded and confident.”
March 17, 2021
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.
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.
Terms & Conditions
International Coach Federation
Get notified about new blog posts, classes, discounts, and more!