Agile Coaching Workshop (ICP-ACC)ASPE Training
A coach's primary goal is to enhance their client's awareness of practice and behavior — enabling and empowering the client to realize objectives which may be just outside of their reach. Through thoughtful and deliberate engagement, the coach strives to enhance, in a measurable and sustainable fashion, team practices in order to provide focus on the business goals and objectives of the team and organization. Whether the coach is internal or external to the organization, coaching covers a broad spectrum of teaching, mentoring, problem solving, planning, leadership, team-building and mastery of skills and knowledge.
Coaches must challenge organizations to change culture — establishing new paradigms — which permit agile-lean thinking and quickly deliver value. A coach must be competent, professional and ethical — having business and technical knowledge and an understanding of change and the impact it has on individuals and organizations. This course is designed to teach, practice and reinforce the core coaching competencies of the Agile coach, enabling the Agile coach to succeed at reaching agreed-upon team and organizational outcomes.
This course has been approved by ICAgile to award students the Certified Professional in Agile Coaching
(ICP-ACC) upon successful completion. The ICP-ACC is also a prerequisite to earning the ICAgile expert in Agile
Coaching certification (ICE-AC). Learn more about how to become a certified Agile coaching expert here.
What You'll Learn:
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