This session provides a process you can use to apply good feedback to get from where you and others are today to somewhere great tomorrow.
Is your Agile transformation underperforming expectations? Are you frustrated with managers or stakeholders who just don’t get it? Come learn why different organizational cultures require dramatically different visions (and expectations) […]
In this session, Manoel Pimentel Medeiros introduces the Conflict Fast Model, a way for teams to safely and effectively address conflicts during retrospectives.
This session explores the top 10 “good practices” in good agile and good management that help medium and large organizations reach enterprise agility.
This session shows what to focus on preparing for a retrospective, how to have the “right” attitude as a facilitator, and how to ensure smooth group decisions.
Team data and dashboards can be misused and cause more pain than results. Having the team run blind to its historical data though is often worse, with solely opinions and […]
Enterprise agility is both a hugely popular aspiration and a widely misunderstood buzzword. Many of us as Agile coaches wonder how we can lead and catalyze agility at an organizational […]
From the perspective of the professional coach, coaching executive leaders is different than most other coaching situations. With executives, you are not only a facilitator of their inner process of […]
What I see in the hundreds of Agile coaches and leaders I teach each year is an urge to resist the circumstances they are in, followed by attempts to overpower […]
When we have our most successful coaching moments, they often come from a deep groove: where we seem to anticipate the team’s needs; know when the breakthroughs are coming; know […]
The book Tribal Leadership introduces five stages that represent a range of behaviors that tribes (ie.: groups of 20 or more people) act and think together. These stages range from […]
In this session, Lyssa Adkins shows the difference between coaching and mentoring sessions by coaching one audience member and mentoring another.