What can [non agile] coaches do for you?Victor Nunez
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Unbeknown to many, there exists two (2) coaching methodologies. Agile coaches, most of the time would be providing specific direction to organisations to drive agile change and transformation. This method of coaching is of the directive type. Then there are coaches acting as more of a catalyst for new awareness to drive change and transformation. This method is the non-directive type.
Both coaching methodologies aim to achieve change and transformation in the person, team or organisation but doing it different and with different applications. Directive coaching that is done mostly by agile coaches are useful for situation where problem correction is needed to achieve transformation whereas non-directive coaching can be most appropriate when focus is developmental. Though different focus still complementary and many organisations are beginning to see the value of non-directive coaching in driving change.
What can non-directive coaching do for you? Experience what it is like being coached in an non-directive manner. This session is an experiential session letting participants experience and see what non-directive coaching can do in
- Getting unstuck. Good for agile teams facing impediments and blockages.
- Reaching a goal. Can be useful to achieve transcendence or agile team purpose
- Dealing with difficult situations, resistance or doubt.
This session incorporates learning and practice of the co-active coaching model, the coaching habit and co-active leadership. Volunteers would be asked to be coached on any topic that relates to above or any issue they find relevant in dealing with agile transformation.