I am a former entrepreneur with a natural aptitude for people and beauty. An early adopter of Agile with over two decades of experience in multicultural environments, startup, utility, manufacturing, telco, retail and financial institutions.
I work as a professional Agile Systemic Coach, Speaker and Facilitator, coaching individuals, teams and organizations, English and native Italian speakers. My revolutionary approach to integrating Agile and Systemic Coaching brings life passions and creativity, inspiring, creating and sustaining organisational and individual health. My qualification as ICF Professional Certified Coach, Mentor Certified Coach, and ICAgile Professional Trainer come alongside my practical experience with a large variety of organisations.
“Agile transformation isn’t a project, or a new process, neither an organisational structure. Still, it is an organic way of thinking, being and doing, enabling individuals and organisations to cope with continuous change and prosper into the future”
In the last twenty years, a new revolutionary approach known as Agile came to life in the software development industry. It proved that empirical control processes are more appropriate than traditional control processes where the system’s complexity is high.
Agile software development is more than frameworks such as Scrum, Extreme Programming, or Feature-Driven Development (FDD).
Agile software development is more than practices such as pair programming, test-driven development, stand-ups, planning sessions, and sprints.
Agile software development is an umbrella term for a set of frameworks and practices based on the values and principles expressed in the Manifesto for Agile Software Development and the 12 Principles behind it.
When you approach software development in a particular manner, it’s generally good to live by these values and principles and use them to help figure out the right things to do given your particular context.
Agile is a mindset informed by the Agile Manifesto’s values and principles. Those values and principles provide guidance on how to create and respond to change and how to deal with uncertainty.
You could say that the first sentence of the Agile Manifesto encapsulates the whole idea: “We are uncovering better ways of developing software by doing it and helping others do it.”
Keep the values and principles in mind when you do this. Let your context guide which frameworks, practices, and techniques you use to collaborate with your team and deliver value to your customers.
(excerpt from Agile Alliance website)
What I can do for you…
“Systemic Coaching is a particular kind of coaching that prioritises the system, focusing on the systems’ needs, and broadening the options where individual lives and work in or creating to some extent”
Systemic Coaching is genuinely oriented to solve issues and entanglements often hidden underneath layers of complexity or built by a generation of behaviours. It is usually an indirect coaching style, very respectful of the powerful impact such deep intervention can determine, and it happens always having the system in mind.
The Systemic Coaching liberating structure is open towards a broad class of different possibilities, not only from the introduction of the newest methods and technology but also towards the understanding than the inclusion of those principles which are responsible for the equilibrium and wellbeing of the ecosystem like Place, Time and Exchange. The exploration of different systems of belongings will address the violation of the systemic principles with awareness, tackle issues more effectively, and build up a solid but at the same time flexible foundation on which to create all actions.
What I can do for you…
- Systemic Coaching for Individual, Team and Organisation
- ICF Coaching, Mentoring
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