I have published a mini-book (in German), which describes my way of conducting role-plays to train coaching-, moderation-, and leadership-skills of Agile Coaches, Scrum Masters and other leaders in various team situations.
I am currently working on an English version.
Feel free to comment, taylor, and republish. The material is licensed unter the CC BY 4.0 license.
I am happy about your feedback, experience reports, and taylored versions. Please share them in the comments. Based on your feedback I plan to provide updates in the future.
I would like to thank everyone who supported me with this work! Special thanks to my colleagues at AVL, the participants of my sessions at Agile Coach Camp 2017 and Agile Facilitation Lab 2017 and the moderators of the Scrum User Group Graz who provided valuable feedback.
From Friday, 12th to Sunday, 14th of September a small group of highly motivated agilists from Austria (and other European countries) met at Hotel Krainerhütte for the first Agile Coach Camp in Austria. Starting from Friday evening till Sunday afternoon we spend an energized time together in workshops, games, presentations, discussions and plenty of other fun activities (like guitar playing, singing, swimming, power point karaoke, beer drinking,…). Having the event happening on a weekend I expected to meet only enthusiastic professionals, but the richness of our discussions and the experience everyone had, was more than I expected. The participants made it a real invigoration and enriching experience for me. Admittedly after the weekend I felt kind of overcharged with information, I was clearly exhausted and my brain needed some rest and time to process all the new experiences that we were able to share. Nevertheless the time to rest was short and Monday came too early, I felt inspired and happy. Agile Coach Camp 2014 was a great event made by great people! Thanks to all participants making the Agile Coach Camp 2014 such an experience and hope seeing you next year again!
Foto by Alfred Karner