Who am I?
I am a cofounder of the Greatness Guild, a signatory of the Manifesto for Greatness, and the author of The Core Protocols: A Guide to Greatness. I work as a Core Protocols trainer and coach, Agile trainer and coach, and Open Space facilitator, and I teach "Agile Software Development" at Harvard University's Extension School. I help people, teams, and organizations understand what they have, discover and align around what they want, and then transform to get it. I have worked with some of the largest (and smallest) technology companies in the world, helping them get better outcomes.

What is a coach?
A coach is a person hired by a team, its owners, or its managers, to help the team get what they want. A coach combines deep understanding of the challenges faced by practitioners in the domain with a broad perspective that allows team members to access expertise from outside the organization, experience new ways of working, and transform from their current state of practice to a greatly improved state. As defined by the International Coaching Federation, “Coaching is partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.”

Most teams want to improve their skills, abilities, and performance. I help teams do that.

How do I do it?

I use a four step coaching process to help you, the team, transform from what you currently have to what you really want:

  1. Understand what you have
  2. Discover and align with what you want
  3. Transform from what you have to what you want
  4. Repeat
Connect with me
I want to hear from you. Are you ready to transform from what you have to what you want? Are you ready to do great things with great people?


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