Scrum Master's Super Power of Observation in Virtual Teams
About the Event
Scrum masters rely on observational skills, but does that mean we only use vision? What happens when we are all remote? Can we leverage other senses to “observe” how teams are surviving (or thriving)? We may not be able to sit together with our team for a long time and it may never be the same due to the long term effects of the coronavirus. What skills might we adapt or create for virtual teams? And, how can we still reflect back the observations so the team can decide how to improve?
As an agile coach, Mark Kilby has cultivated more distributed and dispersed teams than collocated teams. He’s coached as a consultant, an internal coach, and as a facilitator of distributed professional communities. His easy-going style helps teams learn to collaborate and discover their path to success and sustainability.
See https://markkilby.com for his blog, articles and information on his latest book, From Chaos to Successful Distributed Agile Teams: Collaborate to Deliver
Savita is an Agile Coach, Mentor and Trainer. She has experience of working in start-ups as well as big financial organizations in distributed and multi-cultural environments. Her coaching spectrum involves team coaching, leadership coaching and facilitation of workshops. She believes in helping the clients look into the whole system and bring sustainable change for their good. Her coaching is inspired by “Transformative Coaching” and “Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching.” She is a Certified Enterprise Coach (CEC), Certified Team Coach from Scrum Alliance and Associate Certified Coach (ACC) from the International Coach Federation.
Rick Regueira, PMP, CEC, (305) 785-1189
Chief Executive Coach
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