|January 21||10:00 – 11:15 am||Dr. Henry Campion||Attachment Theory and Coach Supervision||Attachment theory proposes that the way humans relate to their mother or primary care-giver in their first two years can affect the pattern of their relationships for the rest of their lives – including our own and those of our coaching and supervision clients. The aim of this discussion will be to look briefly at the different patterns of attachment and explore their relevance and application to our supervision practice.
|Started career as a coach supervisor in 2004; now the main focus of my work. Professional certificate of advanced study in coaching supervision leading to accreditation as a coaching supervisor, Oxford Brookes University (2014-17). 650+ hours.experienceCoach supervisor accreditation assessor, Association for Coaching. Regular supervision with a leading member of the coaching community.
Qualified doctor with psychiatric and psychotherapeutic experience; postgraduate diploma in transpersonal (psychosynthesis) counselling
|February 4||8:00 – 9:00 am||Dr. Michel Moral||Supervising Internal Coaches||Title: “Supervision of internal coaches »
Internal coaching grows faster than external coaching in many countries around the world. Compared to external coaches, internal coaches adopt some of the modes of functioning of the company that employs them. It depends on the environments and can be for example the workload or the excessive respect of the hierarchyThe supervision of internal coaches is characterized by the fact that the parallel process is more intense. Also, internal coaches sometimes form a team, and supervision involves both a group and a team.It is the synthesis of these observations and research that is presented.
|Dr. Michel Moral
Coach supervisor, Coach supervisors trainer, Executive coach, Team coach, Organizational coach
Michel is an engineer and doctor in clinical psychology. Supervisor and coach of executive and management teams, he is the author of eight books on coaching and supervision. He trains coaches in several universities.
|March 11||8:00||Lillian Abrams, Benita and Jo Birch||
Culture matters in Supervision
Jo Birch, Lilian Abrams and Benita Stafford Smith
As coaches and supervisors our work is often explicitly cross-cultural: With the ease of virtual platforms, we connect across the globe; with our multi-national corporate clients we support diverse teams; in our supervision we work with people from many different backgrounds and practices.
Cultural aspects can show up overtly….and covertly. How might this be affecting our work?
We’re offering a space for exploration…a chance to look at how culture and diversity is showing up in your work – as a coach, supervisor and/or practitioner.
Bring yourself, your experiences, your openness and curiosity, and join us for a thought-provoking session.
This session was originally designed and delivered for Global Supervisors Network Sept 2018.