E25: Facilitation - Strategies for Building Better Connections with Others through Facilitation - Isaac Garcia (Agile Coach)
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⚡️ Strategies for Building Better Connections with Others through Facilitation
Building strong relationships can be a challenge, but with the right mindset and strategy, it's possible to foster meaningful connections and develop genuine bonds with those around us. Understanding the principles of interpersonal communication and cultivating meaningful connections can have a positive impact on our lives and those we interact with. In this episode, Isaac Garcia, Agile Coach, explores the strategies and techniques that facilitators need to build better connections.
Isaac Garcia (Agile Coach)
After spending the early years of this career as a professional volunteer and software developer, Isaac discovered his true passion in 2015 when he was introduced to the scrum framework. He loved and resonated with the values and soon was completely invested in sharing agile ideas. Since that time, Isaac has served numerous teams as Scrum Master and later served several enterprise organizations as an agile and transformation coach. He also has been involved in the agile community as a founding member of the virtual agile meetup Coaching Agile Journeys. CAJ has interviewed over 60 world class coaches and hosted numerous monthly lean coffee events for agilists. Currently, Isaac is working as an Agile Coach, community builder, and passionate Retrospective Evangelist. He is also active in the community as a coach, event facilitator, and speaker.
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