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Agile Team Facilitation

Designed for scrum masters, aspiring Agile Coaches, project or product managers, and more, this dynamic and interactive class is designed to help students learn the practical skills necessary to guide and coach agile teams to be successful and to reach their optimum efficiency.

Upcoming Classes

Dates
Mode
Location
Event
Venue
Dec 14Dec 16, 2020
Virtual Classroom
Virtual Classroom
Anywhere
Mar 15Mar 17, 2021
Virtual Classroom
Virtual Classroom
Anywhere
Select a learning mode button (Public, Live Virtual, etc.) for pricing, details, and a downloadable fact sheet.
Ways to Save

Good Riddance, 2020!

Thankfully, the year we'll never forget is almost over. To say good riddance we're offering big savings on select remaining 2020 Live Virtual classes. Use promo code RID20 to save 20% off our regular prices. Have a group of 4 or more? Contact us for even bigger savings.

Ways to Save

BOGO Half Off for Teams

Right now, we're offering Buy One, Get One Half Off on select private virtual team training classes scheduled and delivered before year's end. See details, explore some of our most-requested combinations, and get started here.

Description
  • Learn what facilitation is and why is it critical for the success of an agile team. 
  • Identify and practice the critical skills and essential practices that make an effective agile facilitator. 
  • Recognize how active facilitation improve the effectiveness of agile ceremonies.
 
This dynamic and interactive class is designed to help students learn the practical skills necessary to guide and coach agile teams to be successful and to reach their optimum efficiency. These skills begin with active and effective agile team facilitation. 
 
This course offers dynamic lectures reinforced by in-class exercises to ensure that students not only hear the concepts but are also able to put them into practice. During the course, we will cover a range of facilitation topics:
  • The relationship between facilitation and coaching, examining the evolutionary progression from facilitation of meetings and ceremonies, through Agile Coaching, and into Enterprise Agile Coaching
  • Exploring why effective facilitation is important and necessary for the success of an agile team
  • The principles and essential practices of agile facilitation, as well as the most common antipatterns
  • The need to take into account the maturity of the team when planning for facilitation
  • Shepherding teams through effective meetings, fostering inclusiveness, and ensuring that all attendees have a voice that is heard
  • Maintaining neutrality to ensure team consensus in decision-making
  • How to take advantage of the physical space of a room to enhance agile ceremonies and other meetings
  • How to ask powerful questions to guide the team through analysis and decision-making
 
Interactive exercises will give students practice in the following:
  • Recognizing effective and non-effective facilitation
  • Resolving conflicts within a team
  • Leading and facilitating agile ceremonies
  • Using agile principles to help design and facilitate meetings
 
Who Should Attend
This course is intended for Scrum Masters, aspiring Agile Coaches, project or product managers, agile team members, or anyone interested in leading or otherwise ensuring the effectiveness of agile teams.

 

Questions? 929.777.8102 [email protected]
Course Outline
Agile Facilitation and Coaching
Agile Team Facilitation
Agile Coaching
Enterprise Agile Coaching
 
The Facilitation Mindset
The need for facilitation
What is facilitation?
The Agile Facilitator: Role and Activities
Principles of Agile Facilitation
Essential Facilitation Practices
Facilitation Anti-patterns
Exercise: Experience Bad Facilitation
 
Effective Meeting Design
Why Meetings?
Defining the meeting purpose and outcomes
Team maturity, facilitation needs, and meeting design
Meeting Design Models
Defining purpose/priorities, outcomes, content sequence, and logistics
Creating an engaging meeting environment
Tools to understand issues
Idea-generation tools
Decision-Making Techniques
Exercises for facilitating involvement and participation
Maintaining meeting energy
How to handle resistance
Exercise: Facilitation Exercises
 
Conducting a Facilitated Session
Basic principles of facilitation
Facilitating decision making
Exercise: Maintain Neutrality
Creating a collaborative space
Group Discussion: What kind of collaborative spaces do you have?
An Agile collaborative space: Characteristics
Group Discussion: What makes a space collaborative?
Facilitating full participation
Facilitating silent work
Exercise: Brainstorming Using the Paper Clip Method
 
Facilitating Collaborative Conversations
Using Meeting Organizing Tools
Characteristics of Powerful Questions
Active Listening
Aside: Nonverbal Communication
Providing Feedback
 
Clarifying Team Decision-Making Authority
Discussion: Decision-Making Authority
Group decision-making techniques
Reaching consensus - Fist of Five
 
Facilitating Agile Ceremonies
Effective Agile ceremonies require great meeting design
Why meet when we could just get things done?
Philosophy of Agile Ceremonies
Agile Ceremonies and Team Maturity
 
Facilitating the Scrum Process
The Scrum Process
Typical ceremony schedules
Purpose, Outcomes, Structure, Tips, and Pitfalls:
  • The Daily Scrum
  • Sprint Planning
  • The Sprint Review
  • The Sprint Retrospective
  • Backlog Refinement
  • Scrum of Scrums
For each ceremony above, Discussion: Applying what we have learned
For each ceremony above, Exercise: Facilitate each of the ceremonies
 
Exercise: Overview of Planning Poker
Exercise: Experience Sprint Planning - Estimation
 
Facilitating Remote Team Ceremonies
Exercise: Connecting Agile Principles to Agile Ceremonies
 

Don't see a date that fits your schedule? Contact us for scheduling options at 929.777.8102


Price: $1,545 USD
Course Duration: 2 Days
Description
  • Learn what facilitation is and why is it critical for the success of an agile team. 
  • Identify and practice the critical skills and essential practices that make an effective agile facilitator. 
  • Recognize how active facilitation improve the effectiveness of agile ceremonies.
 
This dynamic and interactive class is designed to help students learn the practical skills necessary to guide and coach agile teams to be successful and to reach their optimum efficiency. These skills begin with active and effective agile team facilitation. 
 
This course offers dynamic lectures reinforced by in-class exercises to ensure that students not only hear the concepts but are also able to put them into practice. During the course, we will cover a range of facilitation topics:
  • The relationship between facilitation and coaching, examining the evolutionary progression from facilitation of meetings and ceremonies, through Agile Coaching, and into Enterprise Agile Coaching
  • Exploring why effective facilitation is important and necessary for the success of an agile team
  • The principles and essential practices of agile facilitation, as well as the most common antipatterns
  • The need to take into account the maturity of the team when planning for facilitation
  • Shepherding teams through effective meetings, fostering inclusiveness, and ensuring that all attendees have a voice that is heard
  • Maintaining neutrality to ensure team consensus in decision-making
  • How to take advantage of the physical space of a room to enhance agile ceremonies and other meetings
  • How to ask powerful questions to guide the team through analysis and decision-making
 
Interactive exercises will give students practice in the following:
  • Recognizing effective and non-effective facilitation
  • Resolving conflicts within a team
  • Leading and facilitating agile ceremonies
  • Using agile principles to help design and facilitate meetings
 
Who Should Attend
This course is intended for Scrum Masters, aspiring Agile Coaches, project or product managers, agile team members, or anyone interested in leading or otherwise ensuring the effectiveness of agile teams.

 

Questions? 929.777.8102 [email protected]
Course Outline
Agile Facilitation and Coaching
Agile Team Facilitation
Agile Coaching
Enterprise Agile Coaching
 
The Facilitation Mindset
The need for facilitation
What is facilitation?
The Agile Facilitator: Role and Activities
Principles of Agile Facilitation
Essential Facilitation Practices
Facilitation Anti-patterns
Exercise: Experience Bad Facilitation
 
Effective Meeting Design
Why Meetings?
Defining the meeting purpose and outcomes
Team maturity, facilitation needs, and meeting design
Meeting Design Models
Defining purpose/priorities, outcomes, content sequence, and logistics
Creating an engaging meeting environment
Tools to understand issues
Idea-generation tools
Decision-Making Techniques
Exercises for facilitating involvement and participation
Maintaining meeting energy
How to handle resistance
Exercise: Facilitation Exercises
 
Conducting a Facilitated Session
Basic principles of facilitation
Facilitating decision making
Exercise: Maintain Neutrality
Creating a collaborative space
Group Discussion: What kind of collaborative spaces do you have?
An Agile collaborative space: Characteristics
Group Discussion: What makes a space collaborative?
Facilitating full participation
Facilitating silent work
Exercise: Brainstorming Using the Paper Clip Method
 
Facilitating Collaborative Conversations
Using Meeting Organizing Tools
Characteristics of Powerful Questions
Active Listening
Aside: Nonverbal Communication
Providing Feedback
 
Clarifying Team Decision-Making Authority
Discussion: Decision-Making Authority
Group decision-making techniques
Reaching consensus - Fist of Five
 
Facilitating Agile Ceremonies
Effective Agile ceremonies require great meeting design
Why meet when we could just get things done?
Philosophy of Agile Ceremonies
Agile Ceremonies and Team Maturity
 
Facilitating the Scrum Process
The Scrum Process
Typical ceremony schedules
Purpose, Outcomes, Structure, Tips, and Pitfalls:
  • The Daily Scrum
  • Sprint Planning
  • The Sprint Review
  • The Sprint Retrospective
  • Backlog Refinement
  • Scrum of Scrums
For each ceremony above, Discussion: Applying what we have learned
For each ceremony above, Exercise: Facilitate each of the ceremonies
 
Exercise: Overview of Planning Poker
Exercise: Experience Sprint Planning - Estimation
 
Facilitating Remote Team Ceremonies
Exercise: Connecting Agile Principles to Agile Ceremonies
 
Class Schedule
Sign-In/Registration 7:30 - 8:30 a.m.
Morning Session 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Lunch 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
Afternoon Session 1:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Times represent the typical daily schedule. Please confirm your schedule at registration.
Class Fee Includes
• Tuition
• Course notebook
• Continental breakfasts and refreshment breaks
• Lunches
• Letter of completion
Instructors
Dates
Mode
Location
Event
Venue
Dec 14Dec 16, 2020
Virtual Classroom
Virtual Classroom
Anywhere
Mar 15Mar 17, 2021
Virtual Classroom
Virtual Classroom
Anywhere
Price: $1,495 USD
Course Duration: 3 Days
Ways to Save

Good Riddance, 2020!

Thankfully, the year we'll never forget is almost over. To say good riddance we're offering big savings on select remaining 2020 Live Virtual classes. Use promo code RID20 to save 20% off our regular prices. Have a group of 4 or more? Contact us for even bigger savings.

Ways to Save

BOGO Half Off for Teams

Right now, we're offering Buy One, Get One Half Off on select private virtual team training classes scheduled and delivered before year's end. See details, explore some of our most-requested combinations, and get started here.

Description
  • Learn what facilitation is and why is it critical for the success of an agile team. 
  • Identify and practice the critical skills and essential practices that make an effective agile facilitator. 
  • Recognize how active facilitation improve the effectiveness of agile ceremonies.
 
This dynamic and interactive class is designed to help students learn the practical skills necessary to guide and coach agile teams to be successful and to reach their optimum efficiency. These skills begin with active and effective agile team facilitation. 
 
This course offers dynamic lectures reinforced by in-class exercises to ensure that students not only hear the concepts but are also able to put them into practice. During the course, we will cover a range of facilitation topics:
  • The relationship between facilitation and coaching, examining the evolutionary progression from facilitation of meetings and ceremonies, through Agile Coaching, and into Enterprise Agile Coaching
  • Exploring why effective facilitation is important and necessary for the success of an agile team
  • The principles and essential practices of agile facilitation, as well as the most common antipatterns
  • The need to take into account the maturity of the team when planning for facilitation
  • Shepherding teams through effective meetings, fostering inclusiveness, and ensuring that all attendees have a voice that is heard
  • Maintaining neutrality to ensure team consensus in decision-making
  • How to take advantage of the physical space of a room to enhance agile ceremonies and other meetings
  • How to ask powerful questions to guide the team through analysis and decision-making
 
Interactive exercises will give students practice in the following:
  • Recognizing effective and non-effective facilitation
  • Resolving conflicts within a team
  • Leading and facilitating agile ceremonies
  • Using agile principles to help design and facilitate meetings
 
Who Should Attend
This course is intended for Scrum Masters, aspiring Agile Coaches, project or product managers, agile team members, or anyone interested in leading or otherwise ensuring the effectiveness of agile teams.

 

Questions? 929.777.8102 [email protected]
Course Outline
Agile Facilitation and Coaching
Agile Team Facilitation
Agile Coaching
Enterprise Agile Coaching
 
The Facilitation Mindset
The need for facilitation
What is facilitation?
The Agile Facilitator: Role and Activities
Principles of Agile Facilitation
Essential Facilitation Practices
Facilitation Anti-patterns
Exercise: Experience Bad Facilitation
 
Effective Meeting Design
Why Meetings?
Defining the meeting purpose and outcomes
Team maturity, facilitation needs, and meeting design
Meeting Design Models
Defining purpose/priorities, outcomes, content sequence, and logistics
Creating an engaging meeting environment
Tools to understand issues
Idea-generation tools
Decision-Making Techniques
Exercises for facilitating involvement and participation
Maintaining meeting energy
How to handle resistance
Exercise: Facilitation Exercises
 
Conducting a Facilitated Session
Basic principles of facilitation
Facilitating decision making
Exercise: Maintain Neutrality
Creating a collaborative space
Group Discussion: What kind of collaborative spaces do you have?
An Agile collaborative space: Characteristics
Group Discussion: What makes a space collaborative?
Facilitating full participation
Facilitating silent work
Exercise: Brainstorming Using the Paper Clip Method
 
Facilitating Collaborative Conversations
Using Meeting Organizing Tools
Characteristics of Powerful Questions
Active Listening
Aside: Nonverbal Communication
Providing Feedback
 
Clarifying Team Decision-Making Authority
Discussion: Decision-Making Authority
Group decision-making techniques
Reaching consensus - Fist of Five
 
Facilitating Agile Ceremonies
Effective Agile ceremonies require great meeting design
Why meet when we could just get things done?
Philosophy of Agile Ceremonies
Agile Ceremonies and Team Maturity
 
Facilitating the Scrum Process
The Scrum Process
Typical ceremony schedules
Purpose, Outcomes, Structure, Tips, and Pitfalls:
  • The Daily Scrum
  • Sprint Planning
  • The Sprint Review
  • The Sprint Retrospective
  • Backlog Refinement
  • Scrum of Scrums
For each ceremony above, Discussion: Applying what we have learned
For each ceremony above, Exercise: Facilitate each of the ceremonies
 
Exercise: Overview of Planning Poker
Exercise: Experience Sprint Planning - Estimation
 
Facilitating Remote Team Ceremonies
Exercise: Connecting Agile Principles to Agile Ceremonies
 
Class Schedule
Day 1: 12:30pm-4:30pm ET/9:30am-1:30pm PT
Day 2: 12:30pm-4:30pm ET/9:30am-1:30pm PT
Day 3: 12:30pm-4:30pm ET/9:30am-1:30pm PT
Times represent the typical daily schedule. Please confirm class schedule at registration.
Class Fee Includes
  • Easy course access: Attend training right from your computer. Easy and quick access fits today’s working style and eliminates expensive travel and long days in the classroom.
  • Live, expert instruction: Instructors are sought-after practitioners, highly-experienced in the industry who deliver a professional learning experience in real-time.
  • Valuable course materials: Courses cover the same professional content as our classroom training, and students have direct access to valuable materials.
  • Rich virtual learning environment: A variety of tools are built in to the learning platform to engage learners through dynamic delivery and to facilitate a multi-directional flow of information.
  • Hands-on exercises: An essential component to any learning experience is applying what you have learned. Using the latest technology, your instructor can provide hands-on exercises, group activities, and breakout sessions.
  • Real-time communication: Communicate real-time directly with the instructor. Ask questions, provide comments, and participate in the class discussions.
  • Peer interaction: Networking with peers has always been a valuable part of any classroom training. Live Virtual training gives you the opportunity to interact with and learn from the other attendees during breakout sessions, course lecture, and Q&A.
  • Small class size: Live Virtual courses are limited in small class size to ensure an opportunity for personal interaction.
Instructors

Bring this course to your team at your site. Contact us to learn more at 929.777.8102.

Don't see a date that fits your schedule? Contact us for scheduling options at 929.777.8102


Course Duration: 2 Days
Ways to Save

BOGO Half Off for Teams

Right now, we're offering Buy One, Get One Half Off on select private virtual team training classes scheduled and delivered before year's end. See details, explore some of our most-requested combinations, and get started here.

Description
  • Learn what facilitation is and why is it critical for the success of an agile team. 
  • Identify and practice the critical skills and essential practices that make an effective agile facilitator. 
  • Recognize how active facilitation improve the effectiveness of agile ceremonies.
 
This dynamic and interactive class is designed to help students learn the practical skills necessary to guide and coach agile teams to be successful and to reach their optimum efficiency. These skills begin with active and effective agile team facilitation. 
 
This course offers dynamic lectures reinforced by in-class exercises to ensure that students not only hear the concepts but are also able to put them into practice. During the course, we will cover a range of facilitation topics:
  • The relationship between facilitation and coaching, examining the evolutionary progression from facilitation of meetings and ceremonies, through Agile Coaching, and into Enterprise Agile Coaching
  • Exploring why effective facilitation is important and necessary for the success of an agile team
  • The principles and essential practices of agile facilitation, as well as the most common antipatterns
  • The need to take into account the maturity of the team when planning for facilitation
  • Shepherding teams through effective meetings, fostering inclusiveness, and ensuring that all attendees have a voice that is heard
  • Maintaining neutrality to ensure team consensus in decision-making
  • How to take advantage of the physical space of a room to enhance agile ceremonies and other meetings
  • How to ask powerful questions to guide the team through analysis and decision-making
 
Interactive exercises will give students practice in the following:
  • Recognizing effective and non-effective facilitation
  • Resolving conflicts within a team
  • Leading and facilitating agile ceremonies
  • Using agile principles to help design and facilitate meetings
 
Who Should Attend
This course is intended for Scrum Masters, aspiring Agile Coaches, project or product managers, agile team members, or anyone interested in leading or otherwise ensuring the effectiveness of agile teams.

 

Questions? 929.777.8102 [email protected]
Course Outline
Agile Facilitation and Coaching
Agile Team Facilitation
Agile Coaching
Enterprise Agile Coaching
 
The Facilitation Mindset
The need for facilitation
What is facilitation?
The Agile Facilitator: Role and Activities
Principles of Agile Facilitation
Essential Facilitation Practices
Facilitation Anti-patterns
Exercise: Experience Bad Facilitation
 
Effective Meeting Design
Why Meetings?
Defining the meeting purpose and outcomes
Team maturity, facilitation needs, and meeting design
Meeting Design Models
Defining purpose/priorities, outcomes, content sequence, and logistics
Creating an engaging meeting environment
Tools to understand issues
Idea-generation tools
Decision-Making Techniques
Exercises for facilitating involvement and participation
Maintaining meeting energy
How to handle resistance
Exercise: Facilitation Exercises
 
Conducting a Facilitated Session
Basic principles of facilitation
Facilitating decision making
Exercise: Maintain Neutrality
Creating a collaborative space
Group Discussion: What kind of collaborative spaces do you have?
An Agile collaborative space: Characteristics
Group Discussion: What makes a space collaborative?
Facilitating full participation
Facilitating silent work
Exercise: Brainstorming Using the Paper Clip Method
 
Facilitating Collaborative Conversations
Using Meeting Organizing Tools
Characteristics of Powerful Questions
Active Listening
Aside: Nonverbal Communication
Providing Feedback
 
Clarifying Team Decision-Making Authority
Discussion: Decision-Making Authority
Group decision-making techniques
Reaching consensus - Fist of Five
 
Facilitating Agile Ceremonies
Effective Agile ceremonies require great meeting design
Why meet when we could just get things done?
Philosophy of Agile Ceremonies
Agile Ceremonies and Team Maturity
 
Facilitating the Scrum Process
The Scrum Process
Typical ceremony schedules
Purpose, Outcomes, Structure, Tips, and Pitfalls:
  • The Daily Scrum
  • Sprint Planning
  • The Sprint Review
  • The Sprint Retrospective
  • Backlog Refinement
  • Scrum of Scrums
For each ceremony above, Discussion: Applying what we have learned
For each ceremony above, Exercise: Facilitate each of the ceremonies
 
Exercise: Overview of Planning Poker
Exercise: Experience Sprint Planning - Estimation
 
Facilitating Remote Team Ceremonies
Exercise: Connecting Agile Principles to Agile Ceremonies
 
Class Schedule
Sign-In/Registration 7:30 - 8:30 a.m.
Morning Session 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Lunch 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
Afternoon Session 1:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Times represent the typical daily schedule. Please confirm your schedule at registration.
Class Fee Includes
• Tuition
• Course notebook
• Letter of completion
Instructors

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