Dear Americas Coaching Supervision Network Colleagues;
Huge thank you to Pam McLean (Hudson Institute) for stepping up and leading us through how we can “be” in service of our supervision and coaching clients! The video is now on the ACSN network for your viewing pleasure: https://americassupervisionnetwork.com/category/video/
Our next calls
April 2 @ 10:30 am Pacific, – We are adding a session to discuss the effects of COVID -19 on our supervision practices and what we can do and how we need to show up in the supervision space for and with our supervisees. Same ZOOM room https://zoom.us/j/4201095660 – Registration not required but the room will be locked at 10:35 am
April 13 @ 8:00 am Pacific Adrianna Rodriguez and Elena Espinal Same ZOOM room https://zoom.us/j/4201095660
Topic: Interventions during and after a crisis: Refining our listening to assist coaches during the crisis.
When a traumatic event excessively overflows a person’s ability to handle himself/herself in his/her usual way; we can say that psychological trauma is present.
When a crisis is as pandemic as we are living today, the number of Psychiatrists and Psychologists are not enough to assist people. We as coaches and supervisors cannot “treat” them, but we can listen to the amount of stress, and learn how to contribute, in a similar way that other professionals might “Be with the client” in these situations.
In our specific case, as supervisors, we can listen to the stress in the story about the client, but also distinguish the pressure that the coach could be living.
A significant change in our work as supervisors is refining our listening, to listen to concerns about health, family, work, relationships, death, and fears, of our clients and their clients.
During this session, we will analyze some examples of how post-traumatic situations are heard and identify some actions that we can take as coaches and supervisors.
Elena Espinal, MCC, trained with Jim Selman and Fernando Flores, a world renowned pioneer of Ontological training. She is founder and former Director of the Instituto de Capacitación Professional, the first Institute to deliver the Career Coaching in all the Americas. Until October of the 2000, she was a consultant on leadership development to the Public Service of the Government of Canada in leadership education. She is an outstanding lecturer, having spoken at major conference in Asia, Argentina, Central America, Mexico, Venezuela, the United States and Europe. Her work has been published in national and international magazines. Elena is also the author of the book: Crafting the future
Adriana has held management positions in Human and Organizational Development, Training, and Development of Systemic Projects. She was a member of the team that created the University – Aeromexico Company, where she worked with CINTRA for 13 years. In 2012 she was Director of Research and Instruction at ASA (Airports and Auxiliary Services). She is trained through Newfield Consulting, ICP of Argentina, European School of Coaching, Mastering Coaching Skills, CBC Conscious Business Coaching with Freddy Kofman, Mentoring with Damian Goldvarg, Beyond Coaching with Fernando Flores and Elena Espinal, The Wisdon Tree Academy, Somatic Coaching in Strozzi Academy, among other studies.
Currently, both Elena and Adriana are Directors of Team Power, a Leading Company that offers High Level Coaching Processes to World-class Companies and Organizations, accompanying the leaders in intervention processes that seek the transformation of teams, to generate futures not previously contemplated
Next webinars with ACSN:
May – no webinar – Our Annual Conference now held virtually May 7/8/9. Click here for more details: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/coaching-supervision-in-the-americas-third-annual-supervision-conference-tickets-74758545823
June 15 – Debriefing the learnings from the conference
July 20 – Group Supervision Demonstration
August – no webinar
September 14 – EMCC Supervision Competencies – Tom Battye
Yes, exciting news that we are shifting our 3rd Annual Americas Coaching Supervision Conference to a virtual format and adding a full day of events. This event will be held on May 7/8/9 and will have both English and bilingual events and will be very interactive. The registration fee is $350 US for the full three days (7:00 am to 7:00 pm PDT) and will give participants access to all the sessions that are recorded, for up to one year. We are also seeking CCEUs for ICF credential renewals. See the website for the latest information and the latest agenda.
Looking forward to seeing you on our calls.
Lily and Damian