Blog: Keeping Agile Non-Denominational
Heidi discusses the criteria for hiring a great agile team and for growing a more high-performing team; drawing from experience from her extensive background in teamwork and collaboration, and pulling from sources such as the Google Aristotle study, Patrick Lencioni’s Five Dysfunctions of a Team, Stanley McChrystal’s Team of Teams, and others.
Many think that coaching is all about asking powerful questions. That is an incorrect assumption. Coach there to help the client in whichever way available to gain new awareness. Direct communication is the key.
The past decade of Digital change has been one of disruption. Uncertainty, VUCA, Complexity have emerged as new concepts in business. Leadership had to adapt, notably with agility. But who would have predicted what happened in 2020 and the pandemic? The world seems to have turned upside down in a matter of weeks. Change is inevitable, or businesses shut down. It is also a time to explore new possibilities. This talk will explore how good leadership through the crisis is in fact no more than great Agile leadership: Developing autonomy, promoting alignment, creating strategic clarity and keeping collaboration going by creating remote first working practices.
Why do we say that coaching can be transformational? As coaches, are we transforming the people we work with? What is actually the transformational factor in a coaching session? Asking the right questions.
Karen Bruns, an ICAgile AHR Instructor, shares her thoughts on the hiring in the virtualized world and how ICAgile class can help
Savita Pahuja, CEC, ACC explains how the simple techniques and values can be used by yourself to reflect on your recent coaching conversation, which will help you come up with action items for self-growth.
Cherie Silas, MCC, CEC is introducing our Coaching Tools & Tips Meetup audience to the practice of reflective coaching supervision, that is dubbed as coaching for coaches.
Arushi Bhardwaj joing Tandem Coaching Academy Coaching Tools & Tips Meetup to talk about Coding Dojo and how it helps develop team skills.
Antoinette Coetzee joins Tandem Coaching's Coaching Tools & Tips meetup to discuss the powerful coaching skill of observation and how to use it in your agile (and not only agile) practice.
Paulo Dias joins Tandem Coaching's Coaching Tools & Tips meetup to talk about business value.
With the release of the new Core Competency Model, ICF has taken an expanded approach to competency in co-creating the coaching relationship with the client. In the new model, section B focuses on three competencies needed to properly co-create the relationship with the client:3. Establishes and Maintains Agreements 4. Cultivates Trust and Safety 5. Maintains Presence Here we are covering these competencies.