Three days to explore how YOU can learn to become a better coach.
Very good way to become more helpful to organizations.
Collaboratively improve a system
A series of ideas and techniques to collaboratively improve a system.
Learn how to prepare yourself to make changes to a system effectively.
* So many tools to use!
* Ways to influence/work with people
* Not about Agile or Scrum 🙂
It opened me up to new tools and techniques that I can use to improve our relationships with our clients.
We are all at sea in a fleet without a map. Now you will see this situation more clearly and how to help navigate.
This workshop is a true taste of what coaching looks like in an organization. The material is timely and relevant.
It is very practical – not much theory. Low tempo with time for reflection (a good thing). It actually about coaching in the team and outside the team.
It was such an intimate setting and a great collaborative learning experience.
Great material, superb instructors, inspiring and most of all helpful!!
It provides both insights and specific tools for making effective change – within an organization as well as within one’s self.
An introduction to the steps in a meaningful dance: center, enter, turn. Practice in pairs learning the routine and building anticipation of dancing to the music of your org.
If you have a chance to participate in Esther and Don’s workshops, do not hesitate and go for it. The style of learning throughout the workshop was amazing with its simplicity yet undoubtedly difficult to establish in such short period of time that two days gives us. The setup of the physical space not as much as the emotional comfort that their approach just emitted on its own. They have set up the emotional space for us to be as open as possible and vulnerable yet at the same time have the feeling of safety. I have not experienced that style of knowledge sharing/exchange in a long time. So much information was shared and exchanged without the feeling of material heavy session. It was all done through carefully thought out exercises that almost seemed to mask that this was learning and it didn’t feel like a torrent of data poured on my head, even that it was 😉
Taking a systems view to complex organization problems (without going to crazy).
Nice way to learn about change together with other interesting people.