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Agile Coach Career Path myths, facts, and the journey
February 20 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am EST
f you search on LinkedIn jobs for ‘Agile Coach’ you would find around 7, 000 openings in the US. Just 2 years ago, Indeed.com had listed ‘Agile Coach’ as one of the top 25 jobs in the US.
As more organizations are transforming to Agile ways, the need and demand for good Agile Coaches is really high, and is constantly rising!
There are a lot of myths and misconceptions regarding the role of an Agile Coach.
What does an Agile Coach do?
What do the 3 coach role levels really mean?
What skills, traits, experience, and qualifications do I need?
If you’d like to get answers to these questions and learn about this career path, please join us!
In this session, Toby and Rohit will shed light on the Myths, share Facts, and provide insights on the career Journey’. Attendees will not just get clarity around the Agile Coach Roles, but also understand the mindset, tools, and training to help with your career goals.
About the speakers:
Toby, based in Washington DC, is an agile leader, speaker and community builder based in the Washington DC Metro. He has helped several US Federal Government agencies and Commercial organizations become more effective and efficient by utilizing digital, agile, and modern software development practices. He is passionate about developing the capability of individuals, teams, and organizations through coaching, consulting, training, and mentoring. He is an ICAgile authorized instructor, SAFe SPC, Certified Agile Leader, and NLP Coach.
Rohit, based in Leeds, UK, currently works as an Agile and Professional coach with leaders, teams, and individuals, helping them achieve their goals and build a growth mindset. He has experience working with co-located, distributed, and fully remote teams as a Scrum Master and Agile Coach. He is a Certified Team Coach (CTC) and Certified Agile Leader (CAL) from the Scrum Alliance and has worked in different industries including BFSI, Telecom, and Manufacturing.