How do I become an AgilityHealth® Facilitator (AHF)?
If you're interested in becoming an AHF for a company actively using AgilityHealth, contact your Company Admin. Learn about the certification here. We have information about our Self-Led and Instructor-Led certification options for our TeamHealth® Radar and our DevOps Health Radar on our website.
To purchase a self-led course, visit AgilityHealth University.
In many cases, our clients designate whom they wish to become an AgilityHealth® Facilitator (AHF). The Facilitator plays a crucial role in the organization's utilization of AgilityHealth® by facilitating team retrospectives, including our most popular option, the TeamHealth® Retrospective.
The TeamHealth® Retrospective aims to help teams reflect on their last quarter or release and improve during the next quarter. Team members complete an assessment either prior to or during the retrospective. During the retrospective session, Facilitators will analyze the radar developed from the team's results and review the team's textual responses. Having real conversations about these items will allow the Facilitator and the team to build actionable growth plans to be worked on by the team and leadership over the next quarter.
A Facilitator's goals include providing a positive retrospective experience, creating a solid growth plan with the team and obtaining valuable feedback for team growth. Rad about a Facilitator's journey.
Recommended Minimum Qualifications for an AHF
To help enable organizations in utilizing AgilityHealth®, we have established recommended minimum qualifications for AgilityHealth® Facilitators as a guide to use when deciding whom in an organization should become certified.
1-year experience working with Agile teams in a leadership role such as an Agile Coach, Scrum Master, Product Owner, Technical Lead, Agile Project Manager, Resource Manager, Program Manager or RTE. Good understanding of Agile principles and best practices.
Group Facilitation Experience:
1-year experience facilitating collaborative Agile meetings such as planning meetings, scrum ceremonies, and retrospectives. Ability to stay focused, neutral and guide the group to accomplish meeting deliverables within the time box.
Ability to communicate effectively and establish trust with individuals from various backgrounds and areas, including Agile team members (technical and business) and managers. Demonstrates emotional intelligence and is comfortable with managing conflict.
Ability to analyze data, identify patterns and draw logical conclusions.