Neurochemical cocktails for facilitators – a visual guide
Are you in charge of planning and facilitating large group meetings? Have you ever considered how a better understanding of neuroscience can help you design meetings with specific goals in mind? Would you find it helpful to have a visual guide that shows which actions lead to which behaviours and why? Neuroscience is fast becoming…Read More
Three upcoming agile coaching events you should attend!
Hello folks! At the heart of everything we do at AWA is community. Whilst things have been a little quiet on this front over the last year or so due to the pandemic, we are building a roster of exciting events and meetups that we are excited to share with you over the coming months….Read More
What is Systems Coaching?
This article explains what Systems Coaching is and what problems it solves, it does not explain how to do it. If you are interested in learning how to do Systems Coaching, I recommend joining us on one of the AWA Systems Coaching courses. This is highly relevant and useful for anyone who is in the…Read More
Why journalling helps us grow, develop, improve – An interview with David Lowe
Hi David – you are the author of four books, the host of the very popular podcast “The Coach’s Backpack”, the co-lead of the Advanced Agile Team Coach Cohort Program and Agile Team Coach and Agile Team Facilitator courses, and you are just about to release your fourth book. What do you enjoy most about…Read More
What’s next on your agile coach pathway?
3 considerations choosing between Agile Team and Enterprise Coaching Agile coaching has exploded over the last few years, which has led to the emergence of two different roles: team coaching and enterprise coaching. As a result, questions like “In what ways are these roles different?” and “How do these roles align and benefit organizations?” have…Read More
The house that ethics built: The coaches role in keeping everyone safe
Lack of ethics = Decreased trust = Decreased ability to do business = Decreased ability to survive and thrive “If only there were evil people somewhere insidiously committing evil deeds, and it were necessary only to separate them from the rest of us and destroy them. But the line dividing good and evil cuts through…Read More
It’s helping people realise what they can do to excel – an interview with David Lowe
David Lowe is an Agile Coach based in the UK and the co-creator and program lead for our ICAgile Accredited Agile Team Coach Cohort Program. In this interview, David shares why he is working on a doctorate about coaching and humour, how coaching helps people achieve their goals, and why it’s important to keep…Read More
Ultimately it comes back to human change – An interview with Georg Fasching
Georg Fasching is an Enterprise Agile Coach based in Portugal and the program lead for our Enterprise Agile Coach Expert Cohort Program. In this interview, Georg discusses why change comes down to the human response, why large-scale complexity can’t be solved by simply rolling out a large scale delivery framework, and why he wants to…Read More
Without coaching there is no agility – An Interview with Louria Lindauer
Hi Louria – for those of us who don’t know you yet please tell me who you are and what you do? My name is Louria Lindauer. I am an agile coach and I work with enterprises with organisational culture change, creating strategies. I also teach AWA’s Expert in Agile Coaching and Enterprise Agile Coach…Read More
Complexity informs everything I do – An Interview with Kevin Callahan
Hi Kevin – for those of us who don’t know you yet please tell me who you are and what you do? Hi I’m Kevin Callahan and I bring people together to solve complex problems that looks like a variety of different things. Sometimes I work individually one-on-one with leaders, helping to coach them to…Read More