Learning to listen deeply for Scrum Masters | Dahm Hongchai

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As we dive into the definition of success, we learn about the skill of Deep Listening. Dahm walks us through how that skill can help Scrum Masters bring the team to understand each other better, and learn to collaborate effectively.

Featured Retrospective Format for the Week: Continue / Stop / Start

Dahm likes this simple format, because it helps people open up with the help of facilitation. The format is simple to explain and facilitate for Scrum MAsters, and can help them focus on helping the team members start, and continue their conversation.

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About Dahm Hongchai

Dahm Hongchai is an Agile coach, a Scrum Master, and a business consultant with 5 years experience in high-tech and Startup industries in Silicon Valley, Thailand, and Australia. He was the first Thai to become a Scrum Trainer (ST) with Scrum Inc. Dahm also has 10+ years of experience with other approaches such as Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma. And he is an Agile trainer and helps people to understand Agile via, for example Agile Cooking.

You can link with Dahm Hongchai on LinkedIn and connect with Dahm Hongchai on Twitter.

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