Leadership Learning Journey

Embark on a Shu Ha Ri journey—an ancient Japanese path rooted in martial arts, offering personalized growth. Shu, the foundation phase, mirrors a moose learning from a guide. Ha means freedom, exploring variations like a moose dancing and flying.

Progressing to Ri, the moose embodies innovation. Similarly, we evolve from learners to creative leaders, forging unique paths. Embrace Shu Ha Ri as your compass, where stages aren’t linear, but open to your interpretation.


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Begin your coaching journey with a structured foundation. Similar to a moose under expert guidance, this phase imparts foundational coaching principles and techniques, ensuring a strong coaching framework.

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Shu

Begin your leadership odyssey with foundational wisdom. Similar to a moose observing and mimicking an elder, this phase imparts essential leadership principles, emphasizing the significance of learning from established leaders.

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Ha

Embrace a leadership approach that values diversity and inclusivity. Just as a moose collaborates with various animals, this phase encourages open-minded leadership, fostering an environment where every voice is heard.
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Ri

Embrace the mantle of visionary leadership. Like a moose empowering others to lead, this phase propels you to inspire, innovate, and create a network of leaders who drive transformative change.
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Silence

Silence. Philosophy - a theory or attitude held by a person or organization that acts as a guiding principle for behavior. Strategy - a way forward or long-range plan of doing something or dealing with something. Navigate - deal effectively with a situation. Complexity - something that has many parts and is difficult to understand and find answers to. We ought to be “continuously noodling” on the mindset and principle aspects of agility to keep us focused and sharp.

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The Importance of Self-Mastery with Bob Galen

In this episode of the Agile Mentors podcast, Brian and Bob Galen, Agile Coach, author, and podcast host, discuss the importance of self-mastery for leaders and coaches. Bob emphasizes the significance of self-reflection, journaling, and introspection as tools to mine valuable information from one's history in order to move forward successfully.

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#105 – Coaching for Technical Leaders – Bob Galen

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dcZC0v0ak8k. #105 - Coaching for Technical Leaders - Bob Galen. “Extraordinarily Badass Agile Coaching”. Bob started by explaining the concepts of agile leadership and agile coaching. He shared about the different coaching stances and why he suggests that coaching is an essential core leadership skill. Bob then went into details to describe the skills to become a good coach, such as asking powerful questions and becoming powerful listeners. Towards the end, Bob shared some tips for coaching up and coaching the middle managers, i.e. coaching the coaches. Listen out for: * Quote & Intro - [00:00:00] * Career Journey - [00:06:39] * Agile Leader - [00:09:17] * Extraordinarily Badass Agile Coaching - [00:12:35] * Definition of Coaching - [00:15:31] * Coaching as a Leadership Skill - [00:19:44] * Skills to Become a Good Coach - [00:24:00] * Powerful Questions - [00:27:59] * Powerful Listening - [00:33:37] * When to Give Solutions - [00:38:54] * Coaching Up - [00:43:30] * Coaching Middle Managers - [00:48:06] * 3 Tech Lead Wisdom - [00:51:47]

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Bob Galen | Scrum Life: Agile Leadership Series

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ohwbuQdNr6w. Bob Galen | Scrum Life: Agile Leadership Series. Servant Leadership Ways Scrum Masters serve themselves Scrum Master serve themselves Sports Analogies How do you coach someone that has all of the skills Your coaching style The professional Coaching Stance Growth Internal Scrum Masters What areas do you want to improve on Agile Leaders Systems Coaching Ask for help 12 ways that a product owner can re-energize their team

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