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|October 21, 2021
08:00 AM PDT
|ICAgile Certified Professional - Agile Team Facilitation||ICAgile Certified Professional - Agile Team Facilitation (ICP-ATF)||Agile Coaching||Online, Canada|
|March 10, 2022
08:00 AM PST
|ICAgile Certified Professional - Agile Team Facilitation||ICAgile Agile Team Facilitation (ICP-ATF)||Agile Coaching||Online, Canada|
Accredited / Licensed Courses
This Member Organization has the capability to offer the following ICAgile-accredited courses.
|Certification||Class||Track||Course Description||Delivery Method|
|ICAgile Certified Professional - Agile Team Facilitation||ICP-ATF||Agile Coaching||The ICAgile Agile Team Facilitation (ICP-ATF) training is an advanced immersive experience into the world of facilitation. It focuses primarily on the mindset and role of an agile team facilitator, while also providing group facilitation tools and techniques for effectively designing meetings and workshops that both engage the entire audience and drive towards agreed-upon outcomes. Do you face any of these challenges with facilitation: • Lack of engagement • Participants checking out • Same voices dominating conversations • Low level of contribution from many on the call/session • Difficulty making decisions that stick • Sessions becoming repetitive and boring Following the course, you will have the tools and techniques to respond confidently when preparing for facilitated conversations and events. Key concepts • The principles of effective facilitation to achieve desired outcomes • Facilitating constructive dialogue between groups e.g. the Product Owner, Scrum Team members and stakeholders • Learning techniques for facilitating both remote and in person team conversations • Demonstrate techniques for facilitating full participation • Apply techniques for facilitating collaborative conversations including giving and receiving feedback • How to design a facilitator guide to help groups achieve the desired purpose and outcomes • Handle different perspectives in group conversations||Remote|