Jeff Kosciejew and recipe for recruiting success: trust your gut and list your skills

Jeff Kosciejew shares his own, hard-earned, experience on how to hire great people. Including how to know in advance what skills you need, using conversation as a way to filter out candidates that are a bad fit and the Agile Coaching Competency framework. His most important question in recruiting interviews is one he asks himself: “will this Scrum Master fit our culture?”

Agile Coaching Competency Framework

Lysa Adkins from the Agile Coaching Institute has been developing an Agile Coaching Competency framework. Read more about it at the Agile Coaching Institute site.

Using NPS to evaluate your work as an Agile Coach

Jeff, also refers to Jason Little’s personal Agile Coach NPS, a way to evaluate your own impact in the team and organization you work for.

About Jeff Kosciejew

scrum_master_toolbox_podcast_jeff_kosciejewJeff is a consummate generalist, with experience in a wide variety of industries in a wide variety of roles. Throughout all of his experience, Jeff has had enjoyed success through a single focus on enabling and empowering those he works with, even before being introduced to Agile and Scrum.
You can find Jeff Kosciejew on twitter, and reach Jeff on LinkedIn.

3 thoughts on “Jeff Kosciejew and recipe for recruiting success: trust your gut and list your skills”

  1. Hi

    I’ve listened to this episode on iTunes and I wanted to share it with my colleagues as I’ve found the topics covered in it very interesting. However, the episode linked on this page is different from what I heard. It looks like it’s the same as here: http://www.scrum-master-toolbox.com/2015/02/podcast/jeff-kosciejew-tells-us-using-scrum-bank-helped-change-culture-deliver-amazing-experiences/. Is there any other way to find the right episode?

    I just started listening to the show and I very like the topics you guys cover.
    Thanks and keep up the great work!

    Best,
    Rafal

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