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We've invested a lot of time and effort to create the perfect Agile Coaching methodology, and I'm sure you will agree.  Grab a copy of our latest book and learn more about how to become a Responsive Agile Coach.  You won't want to put it down!

- Niall McShane

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Fiona Tibballs

Fiona Tibballs
- Leader and agile coach

"I read this great book in a single sitting. Cover to cover the book is filled with effective techniques for coaching teams and individuals. A must-read for beginner and experienced coaches alike."

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Mel Bagnato
- Founder & Enterprise Architect

"I specifically like the use of both psychology and logic when determining how to respond to clients. The people aspect is sometimes missing when most required during coaching moments."

SamZawadi

Sam Zawadi
- Agile Professional and co-founder of Agnostic Agile

“Niall has managed to capture an interesting angle on Agile Coaching that is not only useful and practical but also agnostic of any single method. Niall offers his own unique perspective based on his experience of what works better and helps you avoid what does not - and explains why. Highly recommended for people new to the subject matter and also for those who are more experienced as an augmentation to their existing arsenal of knowledge and tools”

AnjuGahlawat

Anju Gahlawat
- Agile Certified Coach

"I really liked and enjoyed your storytelling with real-life sunny day and rainy scenarios to show the contrast in the situation. The sketches are really amazing and enforces the thinking. Eg for open and hold conversation a circle around the coach and coachee really emphasize that we need to be in that moment of conversation and not let us wander our mind here and there. Being present in the moment and holding it.

"Try this experiment" is something I was eagerly looking at the end of each concept to make me realise that it is not just me reading but I need to go and try as well to grasp the concept very well and make it real."

We Share Our Insights and Advice

Sep 4 2020

BEING vrs. DOING agile; a false argument

I remember back to 2006 when I was in the middle east in Qatar, Doha. …

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Aug 24 2020

An Agile Team Change Management Approach

Most agile coaching is done at the team level; probably 80 percent. But how do …

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Aug 18 2020

Things NOT to do if you want to “hold the space”

When coaching or facilitating we often talk about “holding the space”. What is this space? …

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Aug 16 2020

The Responsive Agile Coaching Model: 4 Moves to Success

“Agile coaching is enabling others to adopt agile ways of working.” I like this definition …

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Aug 7 2020

Why agile coaches should practice consulting

Having worked as an agile coach collaborating with consultants and also having worked as a …

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Jul 31 2020

Expert v. Coach: The important difference and necessity of each

Experts provide advice and solutions to your problems Coaches support you to co-create solutions through …

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“Responsive agile coaching if delivered well requires the coach to grow, learn and become a better human being: a more self aware, kind, open and helpful person.”

- Niall McShane

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