Time and time again, we hear managers and executives say "Coaches are expensive." In this episode Coalition members Rudiger Wolf and Joel Stone join Andrew Leff and Jay Hrcsko to talk about how to demonstrate the value of a coach, as well as ways to circumvent the entire discussion. Enjoy!
Well, we started out intending to talk about effective remote coaching, but we took a turn and discussed how to be effective as a colleague with this "new normal" in the post-COVID world. We got a bit loose but this is one of our most "real" episodes. Coalition members Jon Schneider and Mike Caddell joined Colleen Johnson, Chris Murman, James Gifford, and Jay Hrcsko for a conversation that includes screaming kids, profanity, and honest feelings about how to try and be productive when life gets in the way. Enjoy!
Earlier this week we convened a panel of dislocated/distributed/remote work experts to discuss the impacts of the Coronavirus on the world of work, and to offer up some tips, tricks, and hints for those who are new to remote work. Join Lisette Sutherland, Mark Kilby, and Johanna Rothman as they sat down with Jay Hrcsko to have a fun and insightful conversation about this new paradigm, and maybe pick up some ideas along the way!
Dina Gofman, the author of Forgetting the Money, talks to Brad Stokes about Project Accounting and how applying another lense understanding your projects.
Dina has used Project Accounting for her own startups and helped others. Dina’s experience ranges across a multitude of projects and programs within a number of international organisations.
Dina has seen the pain caused when teams forget the money and how to account for the value they bring to the table.
What exactly is an agile coach? When should you hire one? Do you ever need to "refresh" your coaching contingent? And when do you cut them loose? Join our panel comprised of Coalition member Rob Legatie along with Andy Cleff, Chris Murman, James Gifford, and Jay Hrcsko as they discuss these questions and a ton more!