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This is a very good presentation on how to adopt a coach attitude rather than a patronizing one and about finding true drive to achieve desired change and value.
Christopher Avery, PhD, is an original thinker, mentor, and speaker on responsible leadership, teamwork and change, and the founder of the Leadership Gift...
"Keep the agile coach around as long as possible. It takes years to get proficient and have a clear understanding of how to tackle different issues. Make sure that the projects are staffed with people that truly embrace the new agile paradigms. A single person can poison an agile project if they aren't willing to change how they think and work."