In this episode Chithra and Steve unpack commitment 7 of the Code of Ethical Conduct for Agile Coaching; Agreeing on Boundaries and the challenges that Coaches can have when establishing boundaries with their clients.
About the Featured Guests
Chithra Ramachandran is a technologist at heart, offering over 19 years of software product development experience, leading global technology teams and delivery of impact oriented high
value programs. As a lead Coach in her role, Chithra loves designing coaching interventions, workshops for Lean-Agile DevOps Transformations & Code Craftsmanship.
Steve Hoyler serves non-profit organisations, NGOs, companies, and teams on a mission. He’s an agile coach, facilitator, speaker & penguins’ friend helping organisations hone collaboration & agile practice. He’s helped environmental activists, conservationists, late-stage pharmaceutical drug developers, product teams & computer system developers. Based in Switzerland, he works in Europe and Africa.
- Code of Ethical Conduct for Agile Coaching https://www.agilealliance.org/resources/initiatives/agile-coaching-ethics/
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About our Hosts
Renae Craven has been coaching individuals, teams and organizations for over 13 years and has spent a lot of time investing in and formalizing her professional coaching skills in recent years. Renae’s passion is leading and coaching organizations and as a Certified Team Coach with Scrum Alliance, she helps teams to find their rhythm and pace that balances learning with delivery. Renae established her own company NaeCrave Pty Ltd (www.naecrave.com.au) in 2020 and keeps herself busy with coaching and training delivery. Renae is also a certified BASI Pilates instructor and runs her own pilates studio in Brisbane, Australia. She has a YouTube channel called ‘Pilates for the Office Worker’ which features short 5 minute guided sessions that anyone can incorporate into their day, especially those of us who have been sitting down for extended periods. Subscribe to her channel Crave Pilates.
Renae has been organizing the Women in Agile group in Brisbane since 2018.
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