From Practitioner to Coach

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Making a transition from being an Agile Practitioner to an Agile Coach is a difficult one. In this presentation, I share my personal experience around my first Agile coaching engagement. I also share coaching techniques that I found useful.

Presented at Agile India 2014 in Bangalore, India.

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  • Image credit: http://www.yashrajfilms.com/microsites/cdi/cdi.html
  • http://www.amanking.com/coaching-basicshttp://www.amanking.com/agile-coaching-roles
  • http://www.amanking.com/agile-coaching-engagements
  • http://www.amanking.com/assessment-interviewshttp://www.amanking.com/process-mappinghttp://www.amanking.com/metrics-baselining
  • http://www.amanking.com/facilitation-techniqueshttp://www.amanking.com/measuring-progresshttp://www.amanking.com/self-learning
  • http://www.amanking.com/self-discoveryhttp://www.amanking.com/coaching-benefits-reporting
  • http://strengths.gallup.com/110440/About-StrengthsFinder-20.aspxhttp://www.mindtimemaps.com/
  • http://www.amanking.com/scaling-agile-coaching
  • From Practitioner to Coach

    1. 1. From Practitioner to Coach! Aman King king@thoughtworks.com
    2. 2. From Practitioner to Coach!
    3. 3. What to expect?
    4. 4. What to expect?
    5. 5. What to expect?
    6. 6. What to expect?
    7. 7. What to expect? http://www.amanking.com http://2014.agileindia.org/program/reports
    8. 8. Once upon a time…
    9. 9. Happy Developer
    10. 10. Happy Developer
    11. 11. Beach time!
    12. 12. Coach!
    13. 13. “Coaching is about getting the most out of individuals or teams by raising their awareness levels, about their current environment, about the environment outside theirs, and most important of all, about their own potential.”
    14. 14. Coaching simplified! Assessment Active Coaching Sustenance
    15. 15. Assessment Interviews Process Mapping Metrics Baselining Active Coaching Sustenance
    16. 16. Assessment Active Coaching Facilitation Measuring Progress Selflearning Sustenance
    17. 17. Assessment Active Coaching Sustenance Interviews Facilitation Selfdiscovery Process Mapping Measuring Progress Benefits Reporting Metrics Baselining Selflearning
    18. 18. Examples Assessment Active Coaching Sustenance
    19. 19. Assessment: Process Mapping
    20. 20. Assessment: Metrics Baselining 6 5 4 Open Defects 3 New Defects Closed Defects 2 1 0
    21. 21. Examples Assessment Active Coaching Sustenance
    22. 22. Active Coaching: Facilitation
    23. 23. Active Coaching: Self-learning http://www.princeton.edu/hr/learning/philosophy/
    24. 24. Active Coaching: Measuring Progress Given the metric of Code Coverage, which team is making more progress?
    25. 25. Active Coaching: Measuring Progress Given the metric of Defect Count, which team is making more progress?
    26. 26. Active Coaching: Measuring Progress Which team is making more progress?
    27. 27. Examples Assessment Active Coaching Sustenance
    28. 28. Sustenance: Self-discovery
    29. 29. Sustenance: Benefits Reporting
    30. 30. Assessment Active Coaching Sustenance Interviews Facilitation Selfdiscovery Process Mapping Measuring Progress Benefits Reporting Metrics Baselining Selflearning
    31. 31. Patience & Empathy Facilitation Skills Experience & Mentoring Skills
    32. 32. Practitioners with Coaching Aptitude Coaches to Coach-the-Coach Support Structure for Coaching
    33. 33. From Practitioner to Coach! You? You?
    34. 34. Thank you! amanking.com slideshare.net/amanking

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