Before 2012, I used to help entrepreneurs establishing their business models, disrupting their industry either during University Projects or on my own. I also worked a year as an autonomous worker in the finance industry. This failed experience make me learned I wasn't a vendor but an adviser.
When I started as an IT Project Manager it was obvious to me that I wasn't of the traditional kind. In the same year I discovered agility, and it helped me put words on my actions. It was then clear that this is the path I wanted to take in this industry.
Fast forward 7 years, and here I am, an Agile Coach. For some this can be their endgame, for me, it is just another step in my journey. I still have a lot to learn either from my peers, newcomers or simply from the people I coach.
However, at this stage of my career, I am also ready to share my knowledge, be it through classes, blog posts, mentoring or conferences.
Stay tuned !
Although my motivation as a coach is to guide people towards more fun and efficient ways to deliver value to their customers, I also adhere to the concept of being an agnostic coach. How you do Agile is not as important as how you are Agile. So whatever framework, method, tools I can help you with, the destination, the outcome, matter most.