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Leading teams to higher levels of maturity requires the ability to plan and conduct effective team meetings to ensure the team is working collaboratively.

In an Agile environment, the team depends on the facilitation skills of the Agile Team Facilitator to lead the team to higher levels of performance. The Agile Team Facilitator (ATF) role is broader than conducting meetings.

The ATF must also guide the team through the paradigm shifts required in Agile team environments and lead them towards collaboration and self-organization. To do so requires a mindset shift for the team leader – the facilitator mindset.

The course gives you the much-needed skills to design and conduct collaborative meetings while leading teams toward higher maturity levels, more effective results, and self-organization. As a stepping-stone towards becoming an Agile Coach, this course focuses not only on skills and techniques but also on the mindset for the facilitator and the facilitator’s path towards becoming an Agile Coach.

It includes group facilitation tools and techniques for effectively designing meetings and workshops that both engage the entire audience and drives toward agreed-upon outcomes.

Students will be awarded the ICAgile Certified Professional in Agile Team Facilitation certification upon completion of this course. This course is provided by ICAgile Member Organization and Global Knowledge partner, ASPE, Inc.

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The Agile Team Facilitator role.

Facilitation concepts and techniques.

Facilitator Mindset.

Responsibilities and Skills of the ATF.

Importance of Self-Awareness and Self-Management.

Setting team boundaries and knowing when to intervene.

Working with Teams: Diagnostics and dysfunctions.

Coaching Contract and Coaching Alliance.

Facilitating Meetings for collaboration and team decision making.

Techniques for facilitating Agile practices (Retrospectives, Sprint Planning, Daily Stand-ups, etc.

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  • Opening.
  • Housekeeping.
  • Course Objectives and Agenda.
  • ICAgile Certification Overview.
  • Introductions.
  • What is an Agile Team Facilitator?.
  • Why Agile Works.
  • The Agile Paradigm Adjustment.
  • What is Facilitation?.
  • The Agile Team Facilitator.
  • Agile Team Facilitator Mindset.
  • Development Path for Agile Coaching.
  • The Agile Coaching Mindset.
  • Responsibilities and Skills of the Coach.
  • Setting Boundaries for Coaching.
  • Defining Agile Coaching.
  • Coach as a Role Model.
  • Servant Leadership.
  • Key Mindset Shifts.
  • Roles and Responsibilities.
  • Skills of the Coach.
  • Achieving Self-Awareness/Self-Management in the Coach.
  • Internal vs. External Coaches.
  • Defining the Coaching “Contract”.
  • Designing a Coaching Alliance.
  • Facilitation & the Facilitator Stance.
  • Facilitating Meetings.
  • Facilitating Collaboration.
  • Facilitating a Meeting.
  • Designing Meetings for Collaboration.
  • Using the Meeting Organizing Tools.
  • Facilitating Full Participation.
  • Facilitating Collaborative Conversations.
  • Facilitating Team Decision-Making.
  • Setting the Facilitation Context.
  • Facilitating Collaborative Meetings.
  • Designing Meetings for Team Interaction.
  • Facilitating an Agile Practice.
  • Chartering Sessions.
  • Vision Sessions.
  • Team Chartering.
  • Facilitating Release Planning.
  • Facilitating Iteration Planning.
  • Facilitating Retrospectives.
  • Facilitating Stand-Ups.
  • Designing Meetings for Team Interaction.
  • Practice designing and facilitating meetings.
  • Review Key Takeaways.
  • Review Facilitation Tools.
  • Review ICAgile Learning Objectives and Video.

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