Date/Heure 25/04/2018 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Join Louise and Steffan as they share some learnings from introducing  their “Coaching skills for leaders” course in March. In the course, participants began to unravel what coaching is and isn’t and how they can begin practicing coaching skills to become more effective in building capacity in themselves and others.

Some of the questions emerging from participants in the course:

  • What is the difference between Business Coaching, Agile Coaching and having a personal Coaching conversation?
  • What does it mean to take a coaching stance?
  • What is the difference between coaching people and changing people?
  • When should I not coach, but rather have a conversation with a person?

During this webinar, we will explore these questions and answer yours while we continue to unravel what coaching is and isn’t.


Wednesday, April 25, 2018 from 12:00 to 13:00 (GMT-04:00)

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steffan surdek

Steffan is an Agile coach. He is also in charge of the Pyxis Cultures office.
Clients are at the center of his approach and he shares his expertise with them. He is dedicated to their teams and their results. He works with them in order to find Agile solutions that answer their business needs.

Contact him to see how he can help you.

Louise Kold Taylor

Louise believes in building relationships based on trust and she helps teams build trust and go through change together. Louise helps create the space and atmosphere where important conversations can happen and all voices can be heard in order to inspire and engage people to work more collaboratively towards their shared goals and emergent purpose. Louise is co-author of “The OpenSpace Agility Handbook” and holds a M.Sc. in Engineering, is pursuing a MA in Human Systems Intervention and is certified as Life Coach, Team Coach and Scrum Master. She has experience working with whole systems and democratic change processes from a variety of fields.

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