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   * Sensitive "​BS"​ detector. A Scrum Master does not have to be expert in the areas the team is working on but should know enough to understand when someone is not being 100% honest. A lot of the time the Scrum Master does this by asking questions ("​Could you explain that a little more?" or "Could you draw a picture of this to help me understand the issue?"​)   * Sensitive "​BS"​ detector. A Scrum Master does not have to be expert in the areas the team is working on but should know enough to understand when someone is not being 100% honest. A lot of the time the Scrum Master does this by asking questions ("​Could you explain that a little more?" or "Could you draw a picture of this to help me understand the issue?"​)
   * Wants, and understands,​ the role: Many organizations assign the role of Scrum Master. Many Scrum Masters become the role without really understanding the role. The reality is that to be a change agent in the organization,​ to work the difficult inter-personal issues is difficult. And if you are being "​forced"​ to do the role, you will not be difficult. So the Scrum Master should understand the role and more importantly wants the role.   * Wants, and understands,​ the role: Many organizations assign the role of Scrum Master. Many Scrum Masters become the role without really understanding the role. The reality is that to be a change agent in the organization,​ to work the difficult inter-personal issues is difficult. And if you are being "​forced"​ to do the role, you will not be difficult. So the Scrum Master should understand the role and more importantly wants the role.
-  * Have a "​growth mindset":​ As opposed to a "fixed mindset"​. A growth mindset believes that capabilities can be developed, the love challenges, and that treat failures as learning opportunities and can apply this viewpoint to both themselves and their teams.+  * "​growth mindset":​ As opposed to a "fixed mindset"​. A growth mindset believes that capabilities can be developed, the love challenges, and that treat failures as learning opportunities and can apply this viewpoint to both themselves and their teams
 +  * Challenges the Team: As a result of the growth mindset, the Scrum Master creates an environment where Teams are challenged to solve problems that they may not have thought they could do previously.
  
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-  * Grown mindset: https://​www.ted.com/​talks/​carol_dweck_the_power_of_believing_that_you_can_improve+  * Grown mindset: ​[[https://​www.ted.com/​talks/​carol_dweck_the_power_of_believing_that_you_can_improve|https://​www.ted.com/​talks/​carol_dweck_the_power_of_believing_that_you_can_improve]]
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