You are an agile coach, scrum master or agile people professional, you understand the agile way of working. You might be good with using games, charts, scribing and a multitude of ideas and then you have to implement it with people!
Improve your Agility as coach, scrum master and people professional through a reflective learning partnership.
Since starting my accreditation to become a coaching supervisor with the EMCC I have found a better way of describing this: a learning partnership based on a reflective practice.
The word supervision can conjure up a larger than life person, leaning over your shoulder and maybe full of air!
or it can
be SUPER VISION
This session is based on mindfulness and reflective inquiry to improve how we coach.
I’m offering my considerable experience as a coach, mindfulness expert, and my years of reflective inquiry to the agile community.
Having a safe and confidential space to reflect on your clients or teams which is not connected to your workspace allows you to get perspective on the different relationship in coaching.
It can help you develop both professionally and personally, help you stay focused and non-judgemental, resolve ethical issues and deal with boundary management.
In this experiential group coaching online session we will reflect on our approaches, processes and explore what needs to be developed.
You are expected to be able to share your emotion, be able to reflect on your own experience and welcome constructive feedback.
Although giving advice and sharing tools/techniques is helpful to any coach, this workshop will not focus on this.
Please make sure you understand that this is an experienced based workshop where we you are actively encouraged to share.
Amaranatho started his working life as a technical support manager and this took him on a transformational journey from getting a degree in AI, to world explorer and spending 15 years as a Buddhist monk. He is now a mindfulness-based executive and agile mindset coach, scrum master, where he supports executives, leaders, and teams to stay calm and connected in complex situation. He developed the PlayfulMonk approach to awaken people and organization to their true potential.
He is a coach at the senior practitioner level with the EMCC and currently accrediting to be a coaching supervisor.