Geoff's Agile Mastery Community ("The Community) is a safe-space for members for agile professionals to explore challenges and support one another in their work transforming their organisational culture to become more agile.
The community is made up of members from around the globe with a diverse set of skills, personalities, and experiences. It is through these differences that our community experiences great successes and continued growth.
Geoff's Agile Mastery Community provides a safe space to mentor and be mentored, coach and be coached, support and be supported, give and receive feedback, co-create and learn. Benefits include:
This is a safe space to share challenges, questions and explore difficulties. You can expect privacy from your fellow members while gathering advice, testing ideas and exploring the unanswerable.
When you're working with members of the community, this Code of Conduct will help steer your interactions and keep Geoff's Agile Mastery Community a positive, successful, and growing community. While the guidelines will evolve as the community evolve, here is where we are right now.
Members of Geoffs Agile Mastery Community are open, considerate, and respectful. Behaviours that reinforce these values contribute to a positive environment, and include:
In most circumstances, breaches of the code of conduct will be relatively minor and accidental. In those cases the following "Incidental Process" will apply:
Should any member be deemed to have breached the Code of Conduct then the moderators will give them a formal warning. The member can expect to receive clear written citation of the alleged breach and an explanation of what in particular they are deemed to have done wrong. Members can request a private conversation to clarify the breach.
Members will be given the opportunity to publicly acknowledge to The Community that they have breached the code of conduct and, if necessary, apologise. If the member chooses not to acknowledge the breach, then the moderators reserve the right to clarify to The Community that a breach has occurred. This is intended to help The Community learn about expected and tolerated behaviours.
Should any member, having already received a formal warning, commit a second Code of Conduct breach, then the moderators have the option to offer a second formal warning or remove the member from Geoff's Agile Mastery Community.
In some cases, a first-time breach will be considered significant enough to warrant an immediate expulsion from Geoff's Agile Mastery Community. These breaches include, but are not limited to:
This Code of Conduct page is not exhaustive nor complete but aims to help steer members interactions and keep Geoff's Agile Mastery Community a positive, successful, and growing community. The guidelines will continue to evolve as The Community evolves but will never cover every eventuality.
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