Agile Coach Camp Worldwide (ACC-WW) is the first designated Camp for agile coaches to connect, share, learn, and network with others from around the Globe! And this year we’re -again- virtual AND in-person! Yes in-person! Tickets for the in-person event are now open. Tickets for the virtual event will open soon.
Home Edition (Aug-Sep 23): In Planning!
In-Person: 21-22 July: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/agile-coach-camp-worldwide-2023-tickets-583497345267
The first Camp in 2008 was organized by Naresh Jain and Deb Hartmann-Preuss and brought together a number of coaches from around the world. Thereafter most Agile Coach Camps were held within their own countries. This is of course great! We want coaches regionally to grow and learn from each other. The Agile Alliance’s Agile Coach Camp Initiative helps support these Camps.
The thing that gets missed though is sharing information face-to-face with the diverse perspectives of others on the planet. Thanks to the generosity of the Agile Alliance, there is now an Agile Coach Camp Worldwide.These gatherings already bring many coaches from around the world and this adds deeper learning onto that experience. This started in 2019 before Agile2019 and and continued into 2020. Thanks to COVID we ended up taking ACC-WW virtual to become the Home Edition for 2020 and 2021. We continued the Home Edition for 2022 and will again for 2023. If you can’t make the in-person event, we encourage you to join the Home Edition as you will definitely make friends with and learn from other coaches.
The in-person Camp is the weekend before Agile 2023 at The Bev in Osceola County.
You can feel great about the venue. Funds go to The Osceola Council on Aging, which provides services to enable independence and self-sufficiency for seniors, disabled adults, the disadvantaged, and families in poverty.
The Home Edition Camp is being planned for late August or September. If anything changes, we’ll let you know.
Our theme for the in-person Agile Coach Camp Worldwide this year is –
How can Agile Coaching create a brighter Tomorrowland?