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‼️ Special Event: My Journey from Teacher to High-Paid Facilitator - Join me this Wednesday!
Hellllo Facilitators 👋 I have something exciting for you! This Wednesday, December 13th at 4pm-6pm CET, I'm hosting a special one-off event (if you don't want to read further, register for the event here). I'll be sharing my personal journey, telling you exactly how I went from being an overworked school teacher to a high-paid, confident Facilitator, in just 90-days! I very often get asked about how exactly I made this transformation, and in this free 2-hour training I'm going to share everything! Here's what you'll learn 👇 ⭐ My 90-day transformation: I'll share the exact steps I took to transition from a school teacher to a successful Facilitator in just 90 days. ⭐ The 3 key secrets to building a Facilitation career: I'll reveal the three critical things that made it possible for me to confidently make this huge career-change in such a short amount of time. ⭐ How to transform your career in 2024: I'll share why mastering Facilitation skills is a GAME-CHANGER for your career in 2024, regardless of whether you're in a job you love, or want to have a total career-change like I did. This session is more than just a personal story; it's a roadmap for anyone looking to make a significant career shift! This is a brand new training that I've never hosted before. It's your chance to get inspired, learn practical strategies, and see how Facilitation can transform your career in 2024! Click here to register. Can't wait to see you there 😍
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3 likes • Dec '23
It was a great webinar! Well done Rebecca, and good tunes Ryan!
How to: measuring agile maturity
I have been asked to measure the agility maturity of a number of teams. I can create a matrix for the basics (daily standup, agile board, retrospective, etc.). Something either exists or it doesn't. :-) But I want to give a workshop for the agile values. A 'values game' in which they share their experiences with agile values in four areas. Now my question, is this a useful way to collect data and how do I get it translated to a certain agile maturity level? I'm thinking of some kind of graph now. Anyone have input on this? Thanks all, Edgar
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3 likes • Dec '23
Hi Edgar, with regards to Agile Maturity, I did a little work with my teams on this earlier this year. We thought about using the Scrum Checklist, it might be a good tool for you? What we ended up doing was a Squad reflection exercise, similar to the Spotify Health check model. rather than assessing against an 'Agile criteria'. We came up with some statements that the team members would agree or disagree with on a scale 1-5. We had 4 areas, each with about 6 statements in. For example, 'We have regular opportunities to check in and reflect to improve, i.e. retrospectives'. The collated data for each statement area would then be displayed on a radar graph. We could then use that visual data to start discussions in the workshop. To create the survey and collect the data for the radar graph we used a tool called Team Retro. The whole process worked really well.
Lean games for 30+ people
Hi everyone! 😀I’m looking for some activity ideas for a team workshop which promotes becoming “lean”. Does anyone have any experiences in holding “lean activities/games”?
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4 likes • Nov '23
Hi Julie, a couple of lean games I have used before are the name game - which highlights the problem of multitasking , and we should be limiting Work in Progress. This can be done in-person or remotely. Also, The Penny Game is a nice simple game to use to look at the benefit of smaller batch sizes.
Team Building and Project Management
Hello facilitators, I was asked by a friend to help out with the above theme. What is the best way to approach this if you have done this before ? I need ideas on exercises and how to plan … Thank you
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3 likes • Nov '23
Hi Benedict, is it a new team that is working on a project? Is it in-person or remote? With any new team, doing some 'getting to know each other' exercises are quite good, such as 2 truths and a lie or personal maps. Then also building a Team Charter together, sets team expectations, by defining their values and behaviours, and logistics like how they will work, when they will meet and how often etc.
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***PRESALE OFFER HAS ENDED - NEW OFFER NOW AVAILABLE (SEE PINNED POST)** Hey Workshoppers! Even though our official Black Friday sale starts this Wednesday, we're launching our "VIP Pre Sale" for everyone here in Facilitator Club and in our Newsletter. It starts RIGHT NOW with an extra 10% off the Black Friday price! To put it simply, on Wednesday, it'll be 10% more expensive for everyone else. If you've ever wanted to jump in on our Facilitation Course at its lowest price ever, here's the link. I made a little video down below explaining the deal.... that's all! Cheers, Jonathan P.S. I said it's only an extra 2% off in the Loom video... because I'm an idiot :)
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@Laura Faint I would be interested the Workshopper Master too if possible?!
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Craig Dutton
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Agile Delivery Manager / Scrum Master (Ex-Teacher) with a strength in facilitating, wanting to make a career out of it!

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