A Scrum Master Self-Assessment Kit can help you start buddying or pair-mentoring to continuously develop your craft as a Scrum Master and Agile expert. Here is the new one.
Mastering Agile and becoming a great Scrum Master is a never-ending quest. It is a path of continuous improvement, a journey toward constantly experimenting and acquiring new skills, making new experiences and learning new things.
Talking with a buddy (as a more sr Scrum Master or a peer) can help you become aware of your strengths and identify areas of potential improvement. This can lead to identifying improvement actions. Feedback can be collected to track progress.
This can happen in a very fluid and informal way, but if you are new to it, if you want some structure to get it started, or if you want some suggestions on the skills and competencies to explore, than you can try this Scrum Master self-assessment kit whose content is congruent with the many learning objectives and the course objectives of Scrum Alliance and Scrum.org (Scrum Foundations, CSM, A-CSM, CSP-SM; and PSM I, PSM II, PSM III).
You find the kit here with the instruction: The Scrum Master Self-Assessment Kit