Cprime Employee Spotlight – Getting to Know Yvonne Delaney, Enterprise Agile Coach

Our Employee spotlight of the month is Yvonne Delaney, Enterprise Agile Coach! See what she’s up to outside of work, and what motivated her to join Cprime.

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Q: What attracted you to Cprime?

I was looking for a new coaching tribe. I was attracted to the breadth and depth of scaling agility in Cprime colleagues and how they understand the vast array of agile coaching and training needed to help our clients.


Q: What led to your decision to join?

I found my people at Cprime. I realized this when I interviewed with various people in the group and had a sense of belonging with every one of them from the beginning. I feel the skies the limit at Cprime and what I can carve out and do with my career to ultimately help with our clients’ success journey.


Q: Describe your job in 25 words or less.

I am a change agent that helps our clients shift mental models and learn news ways to collaboratively work on getting better.

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Q: What’s your favorite part of the job?
I get to do both agile coaching and agile training…and I love both! More importantly, I get to coach awesome clients and help people.


Q: How would you describe your approach to leadership?

Observe-listen-collaborate-shift-change…oh, and some fun along the way!


Q: Three things that many people don’t know about me:

  • I was a Big Brothers Big Sisters of America mentor for 4 years and mentored 3 girls in academics as well as social enrichment activities.
  • I was adopted as a child from Germany by Americans, found my birth Mother when I became an adult and was able to connect with my wonderful German family.
  • I really wanted my college degree in psychology instead of computer science. Good news is that I have been able to fulfill the need to study human and organizational behavior in my studies on becoming a better agile coach!


Q: If you were a superhero, what superpower would you want to have?

I would want to be Wonder Woman because she represents the right balance of being compassionate, caring and outgoing while at the same time, when duty calls, she can be a strong warrior effectively utilizing her very cool technology tools…plus she has awesome style!


Q: If you were to write a self-help book, what would the topic be?

“A 360-Degree View of Healthy Living.” This book would teach a personal approach to agile to help manage all aspects of your life as a way to live your best life!

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