Workshop: Agile Coaching Ethics – Making them real

location_city Online schedule Sep 23rd 12:00 - 01:30 PM IST place Zoom people 53 Interested

Building on the work undertaken over the last two years producing a Code of Ethical Conduct for Agile Coaching, this workshop invites participants to explore the latest version of the Code and then examine a variety of ethical scenarios to see how the code plays out in real life situations.
Participants are invited to add their own examples to the scenarios which can serve as learnings for future readers of the code and associated scenarios.

 
 

Outline/Structure of the Workshop

(This can be delivered as a 45 or a 90 minute session - timing below is for 90 mins) There are no
slides – the whole conversation is facilitated using a Miro board that the participants have access to
during and after the workshop.

  • 10 Min Introduction/what do you already understand about agile coaching ethics
  • 15 min Review the work done so far and introduce the Code of Ethical Conduct for Agile Coaching
  • 15 min Breakout activity - review the code and identify the areas where your group has most
    commonly seen conduct which would breech the Code
  • 5 min Debrief
  • 5 min Break
  • 10 min Introduce the Ethics Scenarios
  • 20 Min Breakout activity - explore specific scenarios and identify additional ones that can be added to the body of work, using a Mural board
  • 10 min Debrief, Q&A and wrapup

For the 45 minute version, we drop the first breakout and the break and reduce the time on the
other activities to fit

Learning Outcome

  • Participants can identify the topic areas and elements of a Code of Ethical Conduct for Agile
    Coaching
  • Participants can define ethical and unethical behavior and show how specific behaviors
    violate the Code
  • Participants can apply the guidelines from the code to their own context

Target Audience

Agile coaches, people who employ or engage agile coaches, people who aspire to become agile coaches

Prerequisites for Attendees

An interest in or experience with agile coaching

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