Coaching with Agility in Mind
At Agility in Mind we believe in helping organisations, teams, and individuals improve their delivery of long-term value – using agile principles and practices as an enabler for change.
The majority of our coaching engagements follow a simple model:
- Discovery – finding out what the client’s issues are and formulating a roadmap.
- High impact training – ensuring everyone understands the basics and has a common vocabulary.
- Coaching delivery – using a combination of tools, such as workshops, coaching, leading by example, and mentoring, we help teams put their skills into practice.
Ultimately, we’re aiming to take the client on a journey to become self-sufficient so they can continue to drive improvements and adoption without dependence on a long-term agile coach.
There is no such thing as a typical week at Agility in Mind. One day you might find yourself delivering a BDD training course for a start-up, the next a Story Mapping workshop for a blue-chip organisation. One thing is certain, there’s plenty of variety. We have a healthy internal culture of sharing lessons learnt and new ideas through our quarterly team days and regular meet-ups.
What makes you an Agility in Mind Coach?
- You have developed and delivered training and understand how people learn.
- You’re just as confident talking story points with the development teams as talking about time to value with senior management.
- You look to continuously improve your expertise, knowledge and skills.
- Receiving feedback is just as important to you as giving it.
Ideally, you will have:
- Strong experience and knowledge of lean and agile delivery principles and practices (Scrum, Kanban, etc.).
- Experience in Product management techniques, e.g. Business model canvas, visions, product goals, etc.
- A good understanding of product backlog management practices, prioritisation techniques and frameworks.
- A strong track record for improving teams with measurable results.
- Collaborated with senior tech and product leadership.
- Experience in introducing agile working practices outside of technology.
- Experience creating and delivering agile training and/or workshops.
- > 5 years practitioner experience in either coaching, product or scrum master roles
What you’ll get:
- Client variety
- Virtual working
- Competitive salary
- Outstanding private healthcare package for you and your family
- Enhanced holidays
Applicants must have the right to work in the UK.
If you would like more information on this role, please get in touch. To apply, fill out the form on our website using the link provided and use our guidance notes to help.
To apply, fill out the form below using our guidance notes to help:
- 300 words (or a link to a video) that tell us
- what attracts you to join the team
- what you have to offer.
- A link to your professional profile on LinkedIn or similar.