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Tuesday, August 6 • 14:00 - 15:15
What I’d loved to have known when I started coaching teams (Olaf Lewitz, Martin Alaimo) POPULAR

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Abstract:
As agile coaches, we work with teams and organisations. Most coaching programs focus on individual coaching. That does not enable us to effectively coach teams and organisations.
Our own learning path included many errors and pitfalls. In hindsight, learning about systems coaching only late in the journey was not helpful. In this session, we will summarize what we’d have liked to have known when we started.
Our three main pitfalls are:
  • Coaching individuals and not systems
  • Coaching without agreed and measurable outcomes
  • Suggesting and/or Controlling how the team/organization “should” work
In our session, we will explore these and learn what to do instead.

Learning Outcomes:
  • understand common coaching pitfalls specific to the coaching of organisations and teams
  • reflect my own experience of such pitfalls and take away strategies to avoid and improve
  • new ideas and approaches to help me improve my agile coaching


Speakers
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Olaf Lewitz

Trust Artist, TrustTemenos Academy
Olaf Lewitz loves his life and his work. He helps all with the art to love like that; an art that requires and fosters trust. He's the trust artist. Will stay when needed and leave when wanted.
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Martin Alaimo

Agile Coach & Trainer, Founder, Kleer
I work as Organizational Coach and professional trainer. As a Certified Scrum Coach (CSC) and Certified Scrum Trainer (CST), my main area of intervention is team work under a collaborative and relational environment within the scope of technological products development. My main concern... Read More →


Tuesday August 6, 2019 14:00 - 15:15
Maryland Ballroom A

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