Blog: Keeping Agile Non-Denominational
Lucia Baldelli and Karen Bruns are talking about how HR professionals can understand the employee’s perspective of the workplace. More importantly how they can understand and realize what we want their perspective to be.
Agile Manifesto that we've all come to know and love does talk about the people piece. However, the Agile for HR manifesto takes it a little bit deeper. It takes a look at things like collaborative networks, transparency, adaptability, inspiration, and engagement, intrinsic motivation and ambition.
What's the HR role in agility, in shaping agility, for an organization and there's a few examples that maybe we could discuss together, Karen, on what HR could do differently to help improve the agility of an organization.
We interviewed one of our past student, Christine Thompson, and asked her a few questions about agile coaching and professional coaching, and how professional coaching skills help her as an agile coach in her daily life.
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.
ICF became a de facto gold standard of coach training, credentialing and certification. If you are an aspiring coach who wants to work with individuals, teams, and organizations, or want to start your own coaching business, you should be seriously considering getting certified by ICF as a way to stand out in this overcrowded field.
Amongst the family of powerful questions the Why questions have their special spot. They are both extremely powerful, used correctly, and extremely dangerous. In this episode of the Coaching Random Thoughts, Alex Kudinov explores the ups and downs of using the why questions in your coaching and everyday conversations.
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.
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.
In this workshop, Brian Miles explores how leaders create environments that navigate the complexity of interpersonal relationships, overcome the human element of barriers to change, and support the growth and engagement of their employees.
Brock and Erkan are exploring the interplay between Waterfall and Agile, and how organizations can manage the resulting dynamics to their benefit. They introduce the concept of Polarity Management, which can be used to get the most out of any change effort. They also discuss a new concept called Integrated Agile, which aims to help organizations leverage the upsides of both Waterfall and Agile.
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.