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Thursday, July 28 • 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Domino Game: Pair-Coaching to increase Self-Efficacy (Victor Bonacci, Brett Palmer) Popular

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It takes two! No matter how experienced we are, we still can't learn or do everything on our own. Whether you're a coach, Scrum Master, product owner or other member in an Agile workplace, you should consider using pair-coaching to raise your skill level, create positive change on your teams and improve relationships throughout the organization.
In this workshop we will:
  • define a scope of pair-coaching in an Agile workplace (hint: we can all be pair-coaches)
  • examine several pair-coaching patterns and discuss which contexts each would be most effective in
  • use dominoes to simulate pair-coaching scenarios, illustrating how pairing can be effective at all levels of experience
  • learn how Albert Bandura's Self-Efficacy theory relates to the roles in pair-coaching
  • share take-aways with each other and discuss possible next steps
By pair-coaching, anyone can increase their agile competencies and create positive change on their teams and throughout the organization.
Learning Outcomes:
  • Witness how pairing accelerates both learning and teaching
  • See that pair-coaching extends beyond the coach title and applies to SMs, POs and others throughout the organization
  • Be aware of some patterns/roles that pairs can play to match the situation to the goals
  • Become familiar with Bandura's Self-Efficacy Theory

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Victor Bonacci

Agile Coach, Bio-Rad Laboratories
Agile Enthusiast / Coach & Facilitator / Podcast Host / Community Guy / Proponent of Joy linkedin.com/in/vbonacci // podcasts on iTunes and Stitcher
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Brett Palmer

Agile Coach & Trainer, Optum/UnitedHealth Group

Thursday July 28, 2016 2:00pm - 3:15pm EDT
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