The team of agile-living is composed of people who come from very different fields and have been dealing with agile topics and the further development of people and teams for years. One focus is on communication and coaching. The employees are closely networked with each other and develop strategies and events together. This enables them to achieve more than would be possible with a single consultant.
Bettina Ruggeri has developed software for 10 years and has been working as an agile coach since 2008 and is now also a coach for certification according to Scrum Alliance (CTC & Path2CSP-Educator).
Her work with people has led her to take further training as a systemic coach, mediator and in the field of group dynamics. An important pillar in her life is non-violent communication (GFK) according to Marshall Rosenberg.
With agile-living she wants to make her dream come true to support people and companies in developing strategies that take into account the needs of all participants and thus achieve sustainable success.
Privately she loves to roam around in nature with her dog Lilli, to care for her garden and to deal with human issues.
Sven Schnee has developed software for 10 years, mostly in chaotic projects and companies. 2010 he got to know the agility and was "infected". Thereupon, he focused his focus on people. His vision to bring agility into as many companies and teams as possible is now successfully implemented as an Agile Coach.
For him, the key to agile work is direct, empathic communication, with the right people, at the right time.
In order to promote common understanding, he also uses practices and methods that have proven themselves outside of software development, such as visualisation with story and impact mapping.
By successfully combining these elements, he helps teams and organisations to keep their customers happy by delivering the right products / projects in less time. He would like to accompany this path.
In his spare time he keeps his family agile, can be found playing sports, going to the cinema or using his electronic devices.
Peter Müller has accompanied teams in various roles for more than 10 years. For him the human being is always in the foreground. He is inspired by the four principles of Modern Agile (modernagile.org): Make People Awesome, Make Safety a Prerequisite, Experiment & Learn Rapidly and Deliver Value Continuously.
He strongly believes that work should be fun. Because when work is fun, success is (almost) automatic. Fun means experiencing your own effectiveness, finding a healthy balance for dealing with the daily hullabaloo and learning without fear.
Peter started learning guitar, has been making electronic music for years and enjoys reading books. And because he enjoys accompanying teams so much, he voluntarily coaches social initiatives in the context of the startsocial (startsocial.de) competition.
Cosima Laube studied computer science and worked for over 12 years as an (agile) software developer and IT project manager in various organisations - from medium-sized companies in the financial sector to groups in the medical and automotive environment. After a further, part-time study of psychology (BSc) and a coaching training Cosima has now found her place of action between people, product and technology.
Cosima can be found, for example, in "parsing and debugging" between IT specialists, in "translating" between technical specialists and management, and wherever MORE can be achieved together. In doing so, she is passionate about sustainable, solution-focused cooperation - always with an eye on building bridges and on the positive forces that lie dormant in each individual.
As a balance, Cosima likes to put on her running shoes, train in nature for the next long distance and advocate a sustainable lifestyle.
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Ramona Hülsmann is a graduate psychologist and is fascinated by the question of how people can come into contact with each other. In her studies she specialised in clinical psychology and educational psychology, especially in criteria of successful learning and teaching.
During further training after her studies she got to know non-violent communication according to Marshall B. Rosenberg and immediately caught fire: Sincerity and empathy became for her the key to understanding and real connection!
As a qualified trainer, she is now working to enable people to meet each other (even in difficult situations) in an authentic and at the same time appreciative manner. In her family with her husband and six children there are enough fields of practice to check theory in practice and to try out new ways.
In her private life Ramona likes to be outdoors (preferably cross-country) and goes on mountain tours with her family. When she has a moment to herself, she likes to grab a book or play the piano. Otherwise she lives by the motto: Singing always works.