July 8, 2016

The Advanced Agile Team Coaching Course soon starts in Copenhagen

The Advanced Team Coaching Course for Agile coaches will be presented in Copenhagen, Denmark starting Sept. 14, 2016. Book your seat now

We are very happy to be presenting the Advanced Agile Team Coaching Course in Copenhagen this fall. The training is aimed at ScrumMasters, Team Coaches and others who want to take their skills, knowledge and abilities for coaching and facilitating teams to a professional level beyond the basics. Several people have already secured their seat for this training, which is part of the agile42 Coach the Coach Program and the Team Coaching Framework. The training will be presented by senior coaches Bent Myllerup and Niels Verdonk, building on their experience of coaching teams during numerous years.

The course will start September 14, 2016 at our usual training venue in the iconic Copenhagen district of Christianshavn. This training will be held over a time period of eleven weeks, helping the participants to practice their new skills in their daily chores at their workplaces.

The training is in three parts with five scheduled class days, two times one-on-one coaching conversations and activities in learning groups.

Advanced Agile Team Coaching Course structure

Part 1 (September 14 and 15, 2016)

Through the first two days, participants will learn coaching methods as those professional coaches are using. We focus here to be able to master coaching of individuals, as this is the basis for being able to coach teams. Facilitation is another area that we work with, and finally we introduce problem solving, which is also a great deal of the homework for the next module.

During the period of time between Part 1 and Part 2 you will practice the coaching skills you have learned, share knowledge with your peers in learning groups and be working on your problem solving skills. You will also have a one-on-one coaching conversation with one of the trainers. The purpose of this conversation is to provide you with as much help as possible to develop as an Agile Coach.

Part 2 (October 26 and 27, 2016)

The next two days is a mixture of knowledge sharing about the learnings during the on-the-job practice and new training modules. These include Team Building Techniques, Motivation of Teams, Visual Management, Conflict Resolution, Team Coaching Conversations and how to use the Team Coaching Framework.

In the period of time between Part 2 and Part 3, you will again practice all you learned, meet with your peers for sharing experiences and have a one-on-one coaching conversation with an agile42 coach.

Part 3 (November 30, 2016)

The last day we follow up on the experiences from being actively using the Team Coaching Framework in own organizations. We also add new modules like Team Assessments and Solution Oriented Coaching. Finally we celebrate the graduation of the new agile42 certified coaches.

You will be able to claim a total of 42 SEUs towards the Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Professional (CSP) certification by following all activities of the course: 8 SEUs for each one of the 3 training days and the 2 workshop days, plus 2 SEUs for two hours of one-on-one with a coach.

A photo from a training

In this course you will learn about team theories. You will be introduced to a variety of tools, which you will have the chance to practice, learn coaching approaches and use them the way professional coaches do. You will also learn how to set up a team coaching structure that helps you and your teams achieve the goals you set.

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Bent Myllerup

People, and helping people to success is the most important matter to me. I think that agile is a great platform to achieve this - that is why I became a coach. I am a member of the agile42 coach team, based in Denmark, and as a CSC and CST I coach and train people in Scrum and agile approaches. I coach from systemic principles and have the quest of bringing agile to embedded product development.
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Bent Myllerup

People, and helping people to success is the most important matter to me. I think that agile is a great platform to achieve this - that is why I became a coach. I am a member of the agile42 coach team, based in Denmark, and as a CSC and CST I coach and train people in Scrum and agile approaches. I coach from systemic principles and have the quest of bringing agile to embedded product development.

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