How We Built a Global Bad-Ass Coaching Community

How We Built a Global Bad-Ass Coaching Community

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My colleague and friend Julee Everett is an incredible agile leader and coach. I met her quite a few years ago, and we’ve continued to stay in touch, influencing one another.

Recently, she wrote an article entitled— How We Built a Global Bad-Ass Coaching Community: 5 C’s to Drive Powerful Coaching Outcomes and Scale a Coach Community on Medium.

I just read it, and I think it’s a great case study into some of the critical steps in setting up an Agile Coaching Community of Practice, not in a theoretical or academic sense, but in a real-world sense.

You’ll notice that Julee references my Extraordinarily Badass Agile Coaching book and related work when you read it. While I appreciate the references, that’s not why I’m bringing it to your attention.

It’s because CoP’s are essential to bringing effective agile coaching in organizational contexts. The coaches are often loosely organized with little to no collaboration or support. Not only does that isolate the coaches, but it decreases their overall effectiveness as a team.

Julee’s hard-earned wisdom and advice show you how powerful a Community of Practice can truly be. And to entice you to read it, here are the 5 C’s—

  1. Clarity

  2. Cohesiveness

  3. Competencies

  4. Community

  5. Consistency

One of the things I’ve been focusing on in my coaching practice is a new service offering in 2024 dedicated to helping organizational Agile Coaching Communities of Practice become more energized, effective, and impactful.

If you’re looking for a CoP organizational impact jolt, consider reaching out to explore what might be possible…

Stay agile, my friends,


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