Karaoke, Quests, and Agile Coaching

A lightning talk on Edge theory, personal dares, Karaoke, unintended learning outcomes, and growth. In this talk I intend to take you on a journey of personal fear and loathing in the pursuit of Agile Coaching excellence. We will explore the concept that nothing worthwhile comes without fear and the adage, “what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.”

 
 

Outline/Structure of the Lightning Talk

Intro/bio, talk, Q&A

Learning Outcome

The role of quests in personal/professional growth

Target Audience

Those who struggle with their comfort zone

Prerequisites for Attendees

none

schedule Submitted 1 year ago

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  • George Dinwiddie
    By George Dinwiddie  ~  1 year ago
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    Robert,

    The abstract is the place where you sell your session to the right prospective attendees. Help them recognize themselves and their situation, and tell them what benefits they'll get by attending. Give them enough information about the content to convince them that they'll get that benefit.

    The outline/structure is the place where you sell your session to the reviewers. Help them recognize that you'll deliver on your abstract. Give them details about the content and the way that you'll present it to convince them that you'll do a good job.

    See also https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1028714041349263360.html for an independent description of submitting a successful proposal.

    - George, AgileDC Program Chair

     

    • Robert Hadaway
      By Robert Hadaway  ~  1 year ago
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      Thank you George!

      On Mon, Aug 20, 2018 at 6:15 PM AgileDC 2018 <info@confengine.com> wrote:
      Dear Robert Hadaway,

      Please note that the proposal: Karaoke, Quests, and Agile Coaching has received a new comment from George Dinwiddie

      Robert,

      The abstract is the place where you sell your session to the right prospective attendees. Help them recognize themselves and their situation, and tell them what benefits they'll get by attending. Give them enough information about the content to convince them that they'll get that benefit.

      The outline/structure is the place where you sell your session to the reviewers. Help them recognize that you'll deliver on your abstract. Give them details about the content and the way that you'll present it to convince them that you'll do a good job.

      See also https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1028714041349263360.html for an independent description of submitting a successful proposal.

      - George, AgileDC Program Chair

       


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