Module 4 - Sustainability Competencies - Scrum Alliance® Path to Coaching

Content
12 modules

Rating

Course Length
3 hours

Instructor
Shannon Larsen

Released
19 Mar 2019

Price
Free

Description

Welcome to Path to Coaching Module 4, Sustainability Competencies. This is a Scrum Alliance® Labs program built to help deliver sustainability competencies needed by Agile Coaches who want to broaden and deepen their skill and awareness.

Audience: Existing and aspiring agile coaches, including Scrum Masters, who want to broaden and deepen their coaching skills and awareness.

Note: This is NOT a certification program.​ 

This course is worth 3 SEU credits.

Objectives

LEARNING COMPETENCY OBJECTIVES

Chapter 1 - Developing Competence in Others

  • 4.1.1    Coach understands and demonstrates competence in Mentoring Individuals
  • 4.1.2    Coach understands and demonstrates competence in Mentoring Groups
  • 4.1.3    Coach has a method of working with individuals and systems to Develop an Improvement Plan
  • 4.1.4    Coach has a strategy for Developing a continuous growth program in a client organization

Chapter 2 - Self Development          

  • 4.2.1    Coach understands the role of Formal Learning and embraces it for themselves and for clients
  • 4.2.2    Coach understands the role of Informal Learning and embraces it for themselves and for clients
  • 4.2.3    Coach understands the purpose of Community Engagement and embraces the concept for themselves and clients
  • 4.2.4    Coach understands and demonstrates the importance of Working with a Mentor both for themselves and for their clients

Chapter 3 - Establishing Communities of Practice (CoP)

  • 4.3.1    The coach assists the client to Identify the right focus for CoP or continuous development programs
  • 4.3.2    The coach assists the client to effectively attract the right audience to an internal CoP or other continuous development programs
  • 4.3.3    The coach assists the client by demonstrating what a healthy CoP, or other continuous development program, can be
  • 4.3.4    The coach supports the client by building competence within the client organization to support their own growth independent from the coach
  • 4.3.5    The coach supports the clients long term growth by Transferring Ownership of the CoP or continuous development programs to the client to maintain

Chapter 4 - Establishing a Continuous Learning and Growth Culture

  • 4.4.1    Coach Identifies and creates momentum for establishing a continuous learning and growth culture
  • 4.4.2    Coach empowers and encourages the client to take ownership of its own continuous learning and growth journey
  • 4.4.3    Coach supports and mentors the client in ways to best develop a continuous learning and growth culture within the organization

Learning Credits

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Chapter 1 Developing competence in others
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Chapter 4 Establishing a continuous learning and growth culture
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I really enjoyed this session especially mentoring. Now I understand the benefits of mentoring and also being a mentee.
 
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Super!
 
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Great information about coach competencies and how we could develop them.

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