A day in the life of an Agility Enabler helps with building the next Agility Enabler's generation in Montréal, Canada. Highlighting talented Scrum Masters, Agile Coaches and Agile Leaders from the Lean/Agile Montreal's community, it intends to reveal what a day in the life of an Agility Enabler looks like and to help the audience with discovering the human being behind the Agility Enabler, its personal story, challenges, successful stories, tips, tricks and many more.
Passionnée par les hommes et leurs interactions, j'explore avec eux les méthodes porteuses de sens et créatrices de valeur ajoutée, les aidant ainsi à bâtir eux-mêmes les conditions de leur succès.
👩💼 La tête:
- 15 ans d’expérience professionnelle en Ressources Humaines, Développement Organisationnel, en France et au Québec. Intervention à un niveau opérationnel et tactique, dans des contextes organisationnels complexes et variés. - Coach Professionnelle en Développement Intégral certifiée. Accompagnement individuel personnalisé - Formatrice accréditée ICAgile pour la certification ICP-AHR Expertise reconnue en : * Développement organisationnel : Rôle conseil, coaching individuel et des équipes, facilitation et animation de groupes, mentorat et formation * Agilité organisationnelle et RH * Dotation : Planification des besoins et gestion des activités de dotation. Réingénierie de processus * Gestion/Coordination de projets RH et/ou organisationnels 🔆Le cœur: * Joueuse d’équipe, orientée client, dotée de fines habilités de communication * Empathique et à l'écoute * Leadership d’influence reconnu pour créer des synergies efficaces au sein des équipes 📖 L'esprit: * Formatrice instructrice ICAgile * Maîtrise en Administration des Affaires et Gestion des Ressources Humaines * Membre de l’ordre des Conseillers en Ressources Humaines Agrées du Québec (CRHA) * Plusieurs formations personnelles en Développement Organisationnel et Agilité
Coach professionnel certifié, Patrick croit que les êtres humains doivent être au centre des organisations. En augmentant la confiance et la transparence, les organisations peuvent accroître une culture engageante et inspirante.
Patrick côtoie le développement logiciel depuis plus de 20 ans. D'abord concepteur logiciel, puis gestionnaire, c'est lorsqu'il découvre avec engouement l'agilité qu'il décide de devenir Scrum Master. Ce parcours lui permet de comprendre que l’épanouissement des individus dans leurs milieux de travail est clé dans la livraison de valeur pour les entreprises d’aujourd’hui. C’est en préconisant une approche pragmatique et concrète à l’agilité, tout en étant à l’écoute des gens et de leurs réalités, que Patrick se démarque. En prenant des postures de servant leader, d’agent de changement et de mentor, il met l’humain au cœur de ses accompagnements. Aussi, sa curiosité lui apporte une grande soif d’apprentissage. Il est généreux et enthousiaste quand vient le temps de partager ses connaissances et ses expériences avec les gens.
Patrick est Coach Agile RH chez TranZparence et souhaite accompagner des équipes de Ressources Humaines dans la mise en place de l’agilité au sein de leur équipe et autour de celles-ci. C’est en travaillant sur l’environnement de travail que les gens pourront s’épanouir et grandir dans les organisations.
Patrick est aussi Coach en Développement Intégral et offre un accompagnement aux gens qui désirent s'engager le plus sereinement possible dans leur vie, et faire face aux défis auxquels ils sont confrontés.
Cumulant plus de 20 ans d’expérience dans le domaine des T.I., donc 8 ans en gestion d’équipe et 3 ans en collaboration avec les comités de gestion et la haute direction.
Dany es très polyvalent et facilité d’adaptation aux nouveaux domaines d’affaires. Expérience dans le domaine du transport, des finances, des télécommunications et médical.
Habilité en gestion d’équipe, compréhension des besoins clients, programmation, architecture d’application, vente et communication
Jasmine describes herself by refering to her exponential Impact Coaching to activate high performing leaders to reach the impossible. Jasmine has proven results as a high impact coach.
Leveraging the intersection between leadership, neuroscience, physiology, and agility. Disrupting and expanding thinking and action, to create clarity and move into entirely new realms of creating what clients want.
Jasmine is a coach with senior leadership experience, and success – having 14+ years coaching, and 20+ years in leadership, including VP roles and Board of Directors.
Jasmine has been there, and have moved entrepreneurs, leaders & teams from stuck to successful with incredible results.
Here is episode #4 of the series of interviews now called "Agility Enablers", with my friend and Digital Marketing leader Corinne Julien.
Corinne has a strong agile mindset and she believes that added value must be the driving force behind our actions and creativity its transmission belt, in order to succeed in surpassing ourselves together.
She is an experienced manager in Digital Marketing, and her leadership reflects her values:
authentic, innovative, collaborative, human-centered
Here is episode #3 of the series of interviews now called "Agility Enablers", with the one and only, my friend from Caracas, Venezuela and now entreprenuer Caren Carrasco.
Caren has built her career in marketing and business, working within the Canadian startup ecosystem and supporting the digital transformation of brand leaders. Caren is an active contributor within the immigrant and startup community; assisting as a mentor to newcomers and aspiring entrepreneurs.
She is also the co-founder and Senior Partner of Benjamin David Group, angel investor and busy mom.
Caren's motto is "Go everywhere. Meet everyone"
Here is episode #2 of the series of interviews now called "Agility Enablers", with the unique, hard worker, co-active professional coach and my own coach Ann-Marie Kong.
Ann-Marie's mission is to transform leaders and to elevate you to your next level of greatness by unlocking your potential, and co-create a better world one conversation at a time, one leader at a time.
She serves as a change coach for leaders like you, to unlock your potential, navigate change and transform your life. She is a ⋆Co-Active ⋆Agile Coach, versatile leader, community grower and avid learner on the Co-Active coaching journey deepening in my transformation. Ann-Marie is passionate about empowering leaders to be who you truly are, to live your dreams and aspirations and to achieve your life’s goals. I partner with you to raise you to your next level of greatness. She also empowers teams to be awesome in co-creating and delivering value early and often by centering myself, growing synergistic partnerships, and applying Agile approaches to achieve business outcomes. Ann-Marie' stands for love, connection, and community. These attributes combined with my purpose, values, and passion empowers me to live my life fulfilled.
You could learn about the her and the work she does at https://www.transformingleaders.ca
This is the twenty fourth episode of the series "A day in the life of an Agility Enabler" featuring the unique Antoine Rica.
Antoine is an Agile Coach with a very fascinating background. An athlete at heart and an Agile practitioner. Antoine helps people develop their talents with his unique way of connecting and building human relationships that promote growth and well-being.
This is the twenty third episode of the series "A day in the life of an Agility Enabler" featuring the one and only Isabelle Therrien.
Isabelle describes herself as a Scrum Master and an Agile Coach with over ten years of experience in the IT field, a thorough understanding of agile principles and values, and an MBA from HEC Montreal. She is passionate about team building, creating and maintaining relationships and creating value for organizations. My main strengths are my natural leadership, my enthusiasm, my creativity and a high sense of responsibility. I have a great ability to adapt and to grasp rapidly new concepts. Isabelle has worked with clients from different industries: telecom, auctions, university departments, government, banking, insurance. I was selected in several international conferences as a speaker: Montreal (Agile Montreal), Paris (XP Days), Geneva (XP Days) and Chicago (Agile 2009). Isabelle will help your company build the right software, more efficiently, making sure no developers were harmed in the process.
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Passionné par les relations humaines, l’apprentissage et la transmission de connaissance, Michaël s’est rapidement tourné vers le management d’équipe puis vers l’Agilité, où il s’est tout de suite senti à l’aise. Le background a Michael en IT lui a clairement permis de s’adapter au mieux dans ce monde, où il a pu évoluer dans le rôle de Scrum master/Coach d’équipe, faisant progresser son savoir, savoir-faire et savoir-être à un niveau lui permettant de s’adapter à la plupart des situations et aider au mieux les équipes et les organisations
Here is episode #1 of the series of interviews now called "Agility Enablers", with the fascinating, creative, courageous strategist David Paquet.
As a content strategist David helps SMO's and NPO's structure their marketing efforts and maximise their potential. I am known for being rigorous, popularizer and very creative.
David founded Adviz in 2013 and we cumulate 100+ sucessfully delivered projects of all sorts : Strategy, Media planning, Branding, Web, Video, 2D-3D animation, Seo, Ads campaigns, Newsletter, and a lot more.
Adviz helps organisations Design, Embellish and Share their messages. We focus on B2B marketing and desire to be an extension of your marketing department.
This is the twentieth episode of the series "A day in the life of an Agility Enabler" featuring Marine Freynet.
Marine describes herself as a Former digital agile product manager (Product Owner) now converted into a scrum master. She communicates, help develop and solve, and guides without imposing. Marine encourages focus and wonder why all the time. Agile follower and Scrum convert, developing value is her motto.
This is the twenty first episode of the series "A day in the life of an Agility Enabler" featuring Josiane Lévesque.
Josiane Lévesque describes herself as a specialist leading businesses with a human-centered approach. Experienced operations executive, I managed the growth of a fast-paced digital marketing consultancy. With the vision and mission as north star, I can efficiently guide change, process design and implementation as well as leading and motivating a team of professionals by being the go-to person in complex problem-solving situations. Data-driven and productivity focused, I look at numbers constantly to ensure profitability, high-quality deliverable/products and constant improvement. All while creating and developing a balanced and positive work culture.
This is the seventeenth episode of the series "A day in the life of an Agility Enabler" featuring Christian Bisson.
Christian's passion (or should we say: his obsession!) is improving teams, processes, and himself.
This is the eighteenth episode of the series "A day in the life of an Agility Enabler", featuring German Gold.
German helps leaders and managers to create the best conditions for High Performing Teams. He believes that in order to build high value products faster, we need to set up the environment conditions to give people control over their work, providing opportunities for challenge and mastery, and aligning their work with a higher purpose.
This is the fifteenth episode of the series "A day in the life of an Agility Enabler" featuring Sarah Grigsby.
Driven with a passion for human development, Sarah strives to create this compassionate world everyday with my clients. Either it be building the capability within their own inner space or social engineering it within the organisation through their culture and structural design. Translating concepts and mindset into practice for a pragmatic, impactful and lasting change. Armed with more than 200h of executive and personal coaching, 500h of team training, coaching and facilitation spread across 3 continents and over 50 teams, more than 7 years navigating as a consultant in Agile Enterprise Transformation in the financial sector and other, as well as my own journey of personal growth where Sarah leant to access and master these 3 forms of intelligence. Sarah's holistic approach benefits leaders and teams as they gain agency and perspective in how they react to triggering events. Allowing them to choose with intention a more creative, value driven and impactful decisions adapted to their context and constraints guided by their innate intelligence.
Sarah looks forward to journeying with people and cultivating human awesomeness!
This is the sixteenth episode of the series "A day in the life of an Agility Enabler" featuring Erik Gobeil.
Erik believes that for an organization Agility positively interlocks, among other elements, product focus, Lean mindset, Lean tools, team cohesiveness, team self-organization, management support, enterprise wide synchronization, continuous improvement, and the well-being of each team member.
This is the nineteenth episode of the series "A day in the life of an Agility Enabler" featuring Garci Inigo.
Garci has worked mostly in agencies throughout his entire career, and he realized early on that his calling lay in the digital sphere. He plays and coaches rugby, and one day came across a book that used terms taken from his favorite sport. Ever since he has been a fervent defender of agile values.
This is the fourteenth episode of the series "A day in the life of an Agility Enabler"" featuring Elise Retout.
Elise describes herself as an experienced and certified digital-IT Scrum Master who has built her career on multiple cross-interests (team and project / product management, digital and traditional marketing, both on partner's and client's side) but always with an unwavering will to remain involved in the human aspects of the business. True to herself, Elise is always looking for the opportunity to help organizations grow by focusing on nurturing their talents.
This is the thirteenth episode of the series "A day in the life of an Agility Enabler" featuring Mathieu Lemaire Lafond.
Mathieu’s interest in technology began with his technical education and continued to his work experience in the technological field. For many years, he has been an active member in the agile community bringing his Scrum Master and coaching expertise to various companies. Mathieu has worked with companies of various sizes ranging from small startups, to large corporations such as chartered banks. His largest project has successfully scaled the operations and communication flow of over 100 individuals. In his spare time Mathieu enjoys attending conferences to enhance his agility and agile methodology knowledge and spending time with his beautiful wife and two little girls.
Lucie describes herself as an authentic, curious, passionate human being with an insatiable thirst for learning! 🤓 She would love to walk together with you and begin this journey side by side to unleash the full potential that lives in us by co-building projects of excellence. We can allow ourselves to explore & navigate through notions of creativity, reflection, divergence, convergence, questioning, learning, vulnerability, openness, respect & FUN! 😀🙏 What is important to Lucie is: supporting teams & each of their members with a deep intention of generating an environment of trust where collaboration, transparency, empathy, benevolence & self-organization can emerge in order to deliver the best projects.
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This is the eleventh episode of the series "A day in the life of an Agility Enabler" featuring my colleague and friend Luc St-Laurent.
Luc's focus's on helping organizations to better adapt to their human environment. His main craft is training with some Facilitation and Coaching on the side. He is a great professional to work with, always open to help others and give you a hand or two to help you achieve your goals.
This is the tenth episode of the series "A day in the life of an Agility Enabler" featuring my colleague and friend Jean-François Charlebois.
Jean-François enjoy's helping people thrive by achieving their highest potential. His leadership skills, charismatic smile and limitless capacity to take care of other's well being are a great source of inspiration.
I wish you enjoy listening the story behind his personal and professional transformation through the lenses of an Agile Leader, the challenges he went through and what success looks like from his perspective.
This is the ninth episode of the series "A day in the life of an Agility Enabler" featuring my colleague and friend Stephane Bourque.
Stéphane believes that we are at a turning point about how organizations dealing with complexity are interacting with their workforce. He believes that an organization that is being more human-centric is not forfeiting performance, but rather investing in its sustainability and resiliency. Simply putting, an organization and the people composing it should not be two, but one Stéphane's goal is to help organizations and teams with their desire to apply agile principles and values, learning with them while reaping the benefits of agility without being dogmatic about it.
This is the eighth interview of the series "A day in the life of an Agility Enabler", featuring Edgar Cabrera-Stechmann.
Edgar's wisdom and humbleness makes you feel in a safe space. His patience, willingness to keep learning new ways to bring the teams he helps survive and thrive. He believes in building trust through bringing observations back to the team and using open ended questions to help them reflect and be self-aware, have been key to help his teams succeed along his career.
This is the seventh episode of the series "A day in the life of an Agility Enabler", featuring my colleague and friend Wendy Rodriguez.
Wendy's smile, passion and her willingness to help are contagious. She has been leading teams to achieve their greatest potential by inspiring and working hand-in-hand with them. She describes herself as a reliable professional with insight knowledge of software projects, working as a quality assurance specialist, development team lead and Scrum Master.
This is the second episode of the series "A day in the life of an Agility Enabler", featuring my colleague and friend Petula Guimaraes.
Petula’s smile is really contagious. Her charisma and calmness when referring to the work she does as Agile Coach, the words she used to describe what she does and her passion got my full attention.
This is the sixth interview of the series "A day in the life of an Agility Enabler", featuring my colleague and friend Joseph Rossi.
Joseph is one of the most kind, human centric, people oriented person I know. He has a unique way to make you feel welcomed, calm and at choice. His super powers are his great capacity to actively listening and to through you that powerful open ended question that would turn your world up site down.
This is the fifth interview of the series "A day in the life of an Agility Enabler", featuring Guillaume Soyer.
Guillaume's experiences and wisdom make you feel warmth and calm inside. He is soulful guy, who is always looking to provide you with that angle that would help see things from a different perspective. He is a great mentor and a great contributor to the Agile community.
This is the third episode of the series “A day in the life of an Agility Enabler“, featuring my colleague and friend Flavius Tanase.
Flavius Tanase’s good will and energy are infectious. His charismatic smile, his willingness to keep learning every day are a great source of inspiration for the surrounding people. He is a cool guy with a big heart, always looking for ways to help others grow and reach greatness.
This is the first interview of the series "A day in the life of an Agility Enabler", featuring Pierre-Cyril Denant.
Pierre-Cyril describes himself as a geek who likes to solve problems, whether organizational or technical. His primary motivation is to help teams make better decisions and become more efficient. He wishes to promote and share agility values and develop a sustainable work environment that encourages individual development and innovation. As a certified Scrum Master and a member of a community of practice, Pierre-Cyril leads workshops and writes articles on agility. Also +10 years of experience in production management (web, broadcast, events), and social media. He is a dad and an accomplished geek! Big fan of science fiction (ah, Asimov's robots...) also a lover of urban art and dance. He likes his funk very heavy and his coffee very black.
This is the fourth interview of the series "A day in the life of an Agility Enabler", featuring my colleague Eric Laramée.
Eric is always trying to provoke movement and action in the Agile community. His contributions to the Agile Montreal community have had a huge impact in the way we relate to each other and inspired others like myself, to follow his example. He is a charismatic, straight forward, cool and generous guy, who loves sowing seeds everywhere he goes.