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10 abilities and mind-sets prevalent in people who have native wiring for coaching   read a room care about people cultivate curiosity people are basically good know that plans fall apart thirst for learning group of people can do good things low tolerance for institutional reasons disequilibrium is essential risk being wrong Found in: Coaching… Read Article →

A nice read for Scrum Masters and agile coaches. Here are a few quotes and take aways 🙂 Coaching Agile Teams by Lyssa Adkins I generally liked the book although some chapters seemed to me veeery long and I had the feeling that I would never come to the end. Would I recommend it? Well,… Read Article →

That is a great book! When I first listened to it I thought it is rather average. But then I listened one more time, and another, and another … I think meanwhile I listened to it 10 times … well maybe not in full 🙂 So this one I can highly recommend it:

I really feel the need for a mentor so I thought it might be interesting to read a book about mentoring. Fortunately this one is again a Business-Novel (or Fable) which is especially nice for this specific topic. Also a nice feature: at the end of each chapter the main questions for each side (mentor,… Read Article →

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