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How to run an effective Coaching Dojo

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Support material for facilitating an effective 2 hrs Coaching Dojo, which successfully scales with any number of people

Support material for facilitating an effective 2 hrs Coaching Dojo, which successfully scales with any number of people

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    • 1. COACHING DOJO A SAFE PLACE TO PRACTICE AND LEARN August 2014
    • 2. WHAT IS COACHING The art of facilitating the performance, learning, and development of another - Myles Downey, Effective Coaching Unlocking a person's potential to maximize their own performance - John Whitmore, Coaching for Performance Coaching closes the gap between thinking about doing and doing - Curly Martin, The Life Coaching Handbook
    • 3. A Coding Dojo is a meeting where a bunch of coders get together to work on a programming challenge (Code Kata). They are there to have fun and to engage in deliberate practice in order to improve their skills, by coding in front of others. http://codingdojo.org/ CODING DOJO
    • 4. COACHING KATA
    • 5. COACHING KATA BRAINSTORMING 5 min
    • 6. SMALL GROUPS
    • 7. COACHING DOJO ROLES 1 Seeker 1 Coach 1 Observer
    • 8. RULES › 2 Rounds – 20 min each – 15 min Coaching session – 5 min Feedback from observer and seeker › Rotate roles after the first round › Please, respect the Time box!! › Post on A-ha wall whenever you like!
    • 9. BIG GROUPS
    • 10. COACHING DOJO ROLES 1 Seeker 3 Coaches 2 Observers
    • 11. RULES › 2 Rounds – 20 min each – 5 min Coach 1 (Assess current situation) – 5 min Coach 2 (Explore Alternative Ideas) – 5 min Coach 3 (Plan next steps) – 5 min Feedback from observers and seeker › Rotate roles after the first round › Please, respect the Time box!! › Post on A-ha wall whenever you like!
    • 12. RETROSPECTIVE › What was the experience in your group? › What did you like about the Dojo format? › What did you learn? › What will you apply from tomorrow?
    • 13. Giuseppe De Simone @giusdesimone http://it.linkedin.com/in/giuseppedesimone http://www.slideshare.net/giusdesimone http://evolutionaryagility.blogspot.com Contacts