Geoff Watts

Geoff Watts

As an experienced and passionate servant-leader myself, I work with bold, forward-thinking leaders who recognise the value in creating engaged, autonomous and creative teams but aren’t quite sure how to do this. I offer training and ongoing coaching support to help them develop a culture of reflection and empowerment that helps create productive, mindful and motivated teams.

If you have one of the following questions, I may be able to help:

* How do I create an environment that encourages my team to self-organise?
* How can I become a more effective leader?
* How do I unlock the potential of my people?
* How do I create a culture of responsibility?
* How do I build a more engaged, empowered team?

I am the author of four best selling books:

Scrum Mastery: From Good To Great Servant-Leadership which is based on my years of application and coaching of teams using agile approaches such as Scrum.

The Coach’s Casebook: Mastering The Twelve Traits That Trap Us which is based on my years of executive and leadership coaching to help people bring their personality traits into balance for greater personal and professional effectiveness.

Product Mastery: From Good to Great Product Ownership which looks at the practical and personal skills required to be a truly effective product development leader.

Team Mastery: From Good to Great Agile Teamwork which covers the characteristics of great teams and includes tear-out milestone cards allowing teams to plan and celebrate their growth.

I have worked in various industries around the world with companies such as BT, Man Investments, Nokia, Sage, JP Morgan, Citigroup, AOL, EMI Music, Motorola, Investec, KPMG and the Reed Elsevier group among others.

Specialties: Leadership Coach, Executive Coach, Change Coach, Talent Coach, Development Coach, Professional Coach, Career Coach, Certified Scrum Trainer, Certified Scrum Coach

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