As Scrum Master, your responsibility includes helping managers and stakeholders in your organization understand the benefits of Agility and Scrum. Therefore, it is essential to develop the necessary credibility to be an effective change agent.

The Scrum Master must be able to adopt the stance that is most useful to the team depending on the circumstances. To do this, resources, exercises or facilitation techniques are available. In particular, the Professional Scrum Master II course can help you develop the different postures of coach, mentor, teacher or facilitator.

Discover this course designed to support the professional development of Scrum Masters. It is intended for SMs who have at least one year of experience and who are looking to expand their knowledge and skills. Unlike Professional Scrum Master I which focuses on how to use the Scrum framework, PSM II is an advanced course that helps participants understand the postures and attitudes that characterize an effective “servant-leader” by deepening the ways of serving the development team, the Product Owner and the organization.

The course is a rewarding experience where you can share and discover the real-life experiences of other professionals who face similar challenges in their Scrum Masters practices. The trainer will also take time to offer coaching on these difficulties encountered on a daily basis.

The course runs over two days and includes an assessment that will allow you to obtain scrum.org’s PSM II certification. Do not miss this great opportunity to increase your knowledge and be up to face all the challenges that may arise in your Scrum Master practice.

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