Wheel of Change - How to Leverage the famous Life Coaching model in Agile Coaching
The Wheel of Change is a powerful tool created by award-winning coach Marshall Goldsmith, and is designed for individuals to assess their particular skills and behaviors, and therefore to plan their personal development.
In this proposed workshop , I am going to share, how this tool can be used by Agile Coaches / Change Agents in our Transformation journey
The main benefit of this tool is
- Identifying the patterns & Anti patterns in the Agile coaching engagement
- Identifying the right items for prioritization for Coaching
- Visualization of Coaching Strategy / Blueprint
- Transparency in the overall Coaching process
The usage of this tool brings out the hidden stances and styles of Coaching which we are coaches can adapt in our coaching work.
This workshop will be conducted in an experiential learning manner with the expectations from participants to share real time coaching challenges and identify their positioning in the wheel.
This tool has been personally used by me in my Coaching Transformation and has reaped good benefits to sharpen my Coaching Strategy.
In the proposed workshop, I will be using MIRO tool where participants will login and create their own Coaching backlog and place on the relevant sections on the Wheel.
I have also written an article on this tool usage at Wheel of Change: Its Application in Agile Way of Working - DZone Agile
Outline/Structure of the Workshop
- Ice Breaker Exercise - 2 minutes
- Introduction to Wheel of Change by Marshall Goldsmith - 3 minutes
- Agile Coaching - How to use this model - 5 minutes
- LIVE Exercise / Tool Usage - 25 minutes
- Debriefing | Discussion | Q & A| Conclusion - 10 minutes
The objective of this workshop is help [participants understand the tool Wheel of Change and help them apply the concepts learnt in their Coaching journey
Anyone who is interested to learn about Coaching Tool
Prerequisites for Attendees
- Basic Knowledge on Coaching
- Awareness about any one Agile Framework
The video of this exercise can be found at https://youtu.be/VtKbSlr8tY0
You can also watch few of my other talks at my YouTube channel at Agile Coaching & Transformation Leadership - YouTube
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