For AgileDad’s 300th episode of The Daily Standup, Lee invited me to share my personal approach to coaching and why coaches from AgileDad are different.
Having extreme courage doesn’t mean not having fear. To me, it means doing what you know is needed, knowing and believing in yourself even when it isn’t comfortable. How do you move past fear to be courageous? https://www.agiledad.com/podcast/episode/29b8da6f/reviewing-the-scrum-values-courage
How are you at keeping personal commitments to yourself? Do you find it easier to keep them to others? Commitment isn’t just doing what you say but also being able to admit when you can’t. What do you think? https://www.agiledad.com/podcast/episode/207be74d/reviewing-the-scrum-values-commitment
R-E-S-P-E-C-T. Find out what it means to me. https://lnkd.in/eEwMe_v What does respect mean to you? How do you work to show others respect? My brilliant 12 year old daughter gave me some great notes on how to improve my delivery. I very much respect her constructive criticism.
Openness: it’s not easy always being honest but it’s important to be successful when interacting with others. How do you stay open and foster honesty in your teams? Hope you enjoy this episode sharing important wisdom from “The Four Agreements”, one of my favorite books! https://www.agiledad.com/podcast/episode/25d65895/reviewing-the-scrum-values-openness
Focus, it’s my first step in determining my to do’s for the day or the goal I want to accomplish. What’s your process for finding and maintaining focus? https://www.agiledad.com/…/1bcd…/the-true-value-of-focus
For years I have dreamed of having a podcast but for many reasons I kept telling myself to forget about it. Then I met Agile Dad and started doing some business agility coaching for him…and now he has invited me to contribute to his podcast every Wednesday. Please subscribe wherever you get your podcasts orContinue reading “Cinco de Mayo: Agile take: Small but mighty teams should be celebrated”