You would like to know more about a specific topic without reserving one or more days for a comprehensive training? 

This is where our idea of mini-trainings comes in: targeted impulses that will help you immediately and give you concrete application ideas.

All trainings take place remotely, so that they can be easily integrated into everyday work.

Our Mini-Trainings

cost only 29,-€ per training

duration 1,5h

We currently have 8 mini-trainings on offer

Designing Retrospectives


Reflecting and learning regularly is essential to continuously improve. Regardless of how you drive your project - classic or agile.

Would you like to learn how to design retrospectives in such a way that everyone participates, that the right topics are put on the table and you end up with concrete measures? Then this is the right mini-training for you.

You will learn concrete approaches to designing a good retrospective and the moderation basics you need.

We go into the specifics of presence as well as remote retros.

Scaled retrospectives for large groups

You know what is important in a retrospective (if not, we recommend our Mini Training Design Retrospectives). You may even have participated in a team retrospective or moderated one yourself. But now you want to create a retrospective for a larger group (10 - 150 people), because you are working in a scaled, agile framework, for example.

In this training we will show you what is important for scaled retrospectives with many participants. Together we discuss a meaningful structure and methods that are possible to involve each participant and to leave this meeting with concrete measures at the end.

We go into the specifics of presence as well as remote retros.

Designing Workshops Essentials

Whether a workshop succeeds is largely decided by the preparation and conception. The right setting, the best question and the precise method set the course to reach the desired goal.

In this mini-training you will learn the basics of designing an interactive and efficient workshop.

We discuss the specifics of presence and online workshops, as well as different methods that fit different group sizes.

You want to learn how to moderate a workshop, then the mini-training Moderation Essentials is right for you.

Creative Methods

When new ideas are to emerge, creative methods help to think out-of-the-box. Brainstorming is a very well-known, but not necessarily the best way to get into innovative thinking. 

We show you other possibilities, so that the ideas flow  and you can go new ways.

You can apply these methods just as well in a retrospective as in larger workshops - whenever it comes to not only finding the most obvious solution, but also thinking outside the box.

Moderation Essentials

A good moderator shouldn't be in the focus, but lays the foundations for discussions and steers them in the intended direction.

In this mini-training you will learn what you should pay attention to as a moderator. We'll show you which tricks always work to make participants talk or rather listen.

We discuss the specifics of presence and online workshops, as well as different methods that fit different group sizes.

You want to learn how to design a workshop, then the mini-training Workshop Design Essentials is the right one for you.

Team values and competencies

The values and skills are the compass of a team. They help to understand what is important to the team as a community and what drives them.

In this mini-training we introduce the methods how you can define values together in a team. We will show you how to determine the strengths of the team members in order to draw conclusions for your team. In this way, the team can grow together and competently take on complex tasks.

Psychological safety as a key dynamic in teams

What does psychological safety mean and why is it central to the success of a team?

We give you the background on psychological safety, where the term comes from and how Google has defined it as a key dynamic for high-performing teams. Together we work out what it takes for a fear-free workplace and how you, as an agile coach, product owner, team leader or leader, can foster a culture in which people are convinced that others will not react negatively to them when they make a mistake or ask for help.

Establishing a Feedback Culture

Feedback is key to improvement and motivation. An established feedback culture creates trust and security, as mistakes can be addressed and praise is expressed openly.

In this mini-training you will learn the basics of good feedback. We also explain practices on how to start in your team or organization so that feedback becomes part of your culture.


As agile coaches, we apply all training content in our everyday lives.

In a Nutshell

To the point. Accurate. This is the idea of our mini-trainings.


We give you concrete impulses that you can immediately implement in your work life.


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