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on November 20, 2012 at 5:06:39 pm
 

CoachRetreat

 

if it's worth doing, it's worth overdoing 

                                                                        Steven Tyler

 

What is it?


Code  Retreat + Coaching Dojo


Coach retreat is a one day workshop to experience coaching techniques.

 

The idea of improving as a coach, using the code retreat framework of "persisting by repeat and change techniques " to handle a "problem".

 

Rachel Davies has put in place a wonderful model about Coachin DoJos. That is a great way to experiment with coaching during a conference. (As it's a short workshop.)

 

Coaching DoJo

 

One stop session, it goes this way :

I have a problem ( kata) . A pair (or team) of coaches coach me - in a free coaching style way - to realize what are the issues/some solutions, etc. The observers give feed-back about the coaching style and suggest improvements.  End of the session.

 

Coach Retreat

 

Lasts on a day long with time-boxed sessions focused on the same topic.  It will go like this :

 

I have a problem/kata.

 

Coach team participate to solve/have more insights about it in a timeboxed  period. Retrospect, evaluate the results.

 

Repeat : as in code retreat, let's say that we'll use some "specified" techniques ie  "double loop learning" to go through the problem. Take the time box and do the coaching session. Retrospect/evaluate the results

Repeat : Use another time box and use other techniques. Retrospect and evaluate new findings.

Repeat ...

What type of coach are you at the end of the day ?

 

 

 

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