train to be an Agile Team Coach

Why train to be an Agile Team Coach?

There are many reasons why you might be looking to train to be an Agile Team Coach, including:

  • the opportunity to discover and foster potential in your Agile team members
  • finding Agile solutions to common team issues
  • enjoying a varied role as a coach, mentor, teacher, facilitator and problem-solver
  • the ability to create a safe environment for meaningful collaboration
  • healthy conflict resolution

How to become an Agile Team Coach

Train to become an ICAgile Certified Agile Coach (ICP-ACC) on AWA’s Agile Team Coach training course. Gain professional coaching skills that help your teams resolve blockers that are preventing them from success.

You will come away from our training with hands-on capabilities to help your teams succeed thanks to the highly interactive, learn-by-doing training format.

What do our learners think of the Agile Team Coach (ICP-ACC) training? The course is consistently described as ‘amazing’, ‘inspiring’, ‘energetic’, ‘interesting’ and ‘fun!’ – see for yourself in the video below…

Skills you will gain on this course include:

  • Professional Coaching Skills
  • Creating a safe environment
  • Conducting the coaching conversation
  • Designing a coaching contract
  • Coaching through change
  • Coaching towards high-performance
  • Effective Conflict Resolution


Join David Lowe in London for the next AWA in-person ATC course from the 19th – 21st of December (further information & booking here).

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2 thoughts on “Why train to be an Agile Team Coach?”

  1. Isabelle York

    Training to become an Agile Team Coach is a pivotal step for anyone looking to excel in the dynamic world of project management and team leadership. This post highlights the significance of this role in fostering agile methodologies within organizations. Agile Team Coaches play a crucial role in guiding teams towards efficient collaboration, continuous improvement, and adaptability, which are essential for thriving in today’s rapidly changing business landscape.

  2. Alfonso Schmitt

    This post sheds light on the compelling reasons to pursue Agile Team Coach training. It’s a rewarding path for individuals who want to make a tangible impact on projects, teams, and organizations by promoting agile values and practices. As businesses continue to embrace agility as a strategic advantage, Agile Team Coaches are poised to be instrumental in shaping the future of work.

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