What shapes our lives are the questions we ask, refuse to ask, or never think to askSam Keen
I facilitated a three-day workshop with a group of 35 participants representing 16 different teams from different departments who work together on a cross-team initiative.
In the style of Emily Webber’s Real-time Retrospective, I used this format to gather feedback during an internal workshop.
The following beautiful little story got introduced to me during one of the many lovely evenings with my partner, where we sit in our lounge, read books and have discussions about life, over a glass of wine and a bowl of salt & vinegar crisps. The story is from a career coaching book. I post it here mainly to have it handy if I need it in my coaching conversations. And it’s worth sharing nonetheless. Enjoy!
I facilitated a Hackathon week recently and on the last day, we went through all the questions and topics that made it in the Parking Lot during the week.
“Moving Motivators” is a Management 3.0 exercise to reflect on your intrinsic motivation, to find out what makes you or your team members and colleagues tick and how these motivators could be affected by an upcoming change.
I’m both a ScrumMaster on weekdays and a Drummer on weekends. I enjoy both roles very much. Although they seem to be quite different at first glance, they share a few similar attributes:
Impact feedback was first introduced to me during the Agile Facilitator Workshop with Lyssa Adkins. It’s a beautiful way to give (and receive) feedback.