Judy Rees and Olaf Lewitz – Clean Language For Agile Coaches
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Clean Language has the power to conjure up unique, inspirational dialogues. Could this technique assist you in developing a system in which feedback, learning, and development are unavoidable?
Clean Language is an inquiry technique that helps individuals find clarity quickly, in a way that fosters connections, promotes open communication, and improves outcomes in complicated circumstances.
Agile is a teamwork strategy that promotes self-organization and quick, local decision making. It has been used by numerous IT firms for over 20 years and has lately found use in many other sectors.
Forward-thinking Agile coaches all around the globe have realized that David Grove’s Clean Language may be a huge help in their work. It gives a basic structure for directing people’s attention with questions while efficiently keeping you out of their perplexity. This session will teach you how.
Clean Language For Agile Coaches contains recordings of a six-part interactive online workshop series presented by Clean Language consultant Judy Rees and Agile coach and facilitator Olaf Lewitz.
Judy and Olaf combine their talents to provide a collaborative and amusing curriculum to help you up your game.
It is intended for experienced Agile Coaches who want to learn how to integrate Clean Language principles with their existing talents and skills to better serve their customers and coworkers.
Develop your inquiry abilities so that you may better understand what people are thinking and feeling, even if they are first perplexed. Useful for scoping, contracting, gathering needs, and much more.
Learn to assist others improve their thinking while building rapport and relationships in a courteous manner. People will better understand themselves and feel understood by you, which will be convincing to peers, users, customers, managers, and anybody else.
Learn to direct your own and other people’s attention to what is important. According to neuroscience, purpose and attention are required for long-term change in the human brain. Clean Language assists people in discovering and articulating what they want, as well as focusing their attention on obtaining it.
Assist groups in establishing clearer thinking and communication skills. Transparency can result in a system where feedback, learning, and progress are unavoidable.
Develop advanced questioning and listening skills that will serve you well in any coaching relationship – and beyond.
Why should you go?
“Thank you, Olaf and Judy, for introducing me to Clean Language – it’s as if I’ve been given a magic wand for sparking new talks.”
London’s Richard Atherton
“Communication, teamwork, and building trust and safety are all important aspects of our profession.” However, what I usually see is a great deal of anticipation, assumption, and judgment. Clean Language eliminates this and replaces it with inquiry. That is when real change may occur.” Germany’s Irene Kuhn
“[In this training], we gained a greater knowledge of successful communication and the power that Clean Language can offer not just to discussions, but also to Product Planning meetings, Daily Stand-Ups, Feedback, Retrospectives, and a variety of other business activities.” Clean Language for Agile Coaches is a training that I strongly recommend to everyone who works with or inside an Agile Team.” London, Ash Sheikh