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5 Ways to Kick Imposter Syndrome to the Curb

August 2, 2015

Sometimes, when I get ready to speak in front of a huge room of people, this little voice inside my head pops up and says. “Who do you think you are to be in front of these people? You don’t have anything all that insightful to say. They’re going to find you out. You will […]

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The Narrative Practice of Building a Team

July 2, 2014
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Elinor Slomba – (@artsint) has nearly twenty years’ fundraising and management experience combined with training in ethnographic field research methods and Agile project management frameworks.  She collaborates with professionals in visual, performance and literary arts as well as software development and other technical fields to deepen understanding of principles necessary for innovation. Her company, E. Slomba […]

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What is agile coaching?

July 28, 2009

Coaching is an artful conversation in which the coach helps the coachee see new perspectives and possibilities so they can take the next step in their personal and professional growth.  In the context of agile teams, coaching takes on the dual flavor of coaching and mentoring.  Yes, you are coaching to help someone reach for […]

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Powerful Questions for Agile Teams

April 15, 2008

I had the joy of giving a talk and workshop at the Scrum Gathering in Chicago yesterday.  When I can get the video uploaded to YouTube, I’ll provide a blog entry to link to it.  In the meantime, one of the parts of the talk was about using Powerful Questions with Agile teams.  Powerful Questions is […]

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