Join us in our meeting on August 21 at 8.00 AM PST to explore “Ethical Implications – Awareness beyond the Code of Ethics”, Eva Hirch-Pontes will be bringing a real case for discussion/debriefing. This case from her Supervision experience has been adapted as one of the cases in the book that will be published at the end of this year.
April 28 and 29, 2023, a two-day virtual conference via Zoom. Both dates will be between 7:00 am – 4:00 pm PDT
Objectives of the Conference:
1) Increase visibility for coaching supervision worldwide;
2) Build the community and network worldwide;
3) Provide a space for colleagues to explore their own spiritual path
4) Continuing our ongoing personal and professional development.
Coaching SuperVision in the Americas – Searching for a Spiritual Path is a two-day conference that invites us, as coaching supervisors, to examine our practice through a spiritual lens. Topics include:
· Team coaching supervision as a relational practice,
· The intersect between spirituality and supervision,
· Embracing diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging,
· The opportunities to experience group supervision and
· Round Tables on contemporary topics and issues
Our speakers include:
· Erik de Haan
· Larissa Thurlow and Traci Manalani
· Dr. Damian Goldvarg
· Lily Seto
· Leanne Lowish
· Dr. Okokon Udo
· Charmaine Roche
· Hilary Oliver
· Sarah Evans
· Eve Turner
· James Lopata
· Susie Warman
· Joel DiGirolamo and Thomas Tkack
The sessions will be recorded and available to participants for three months. We are applying for 12 CCE’s for this event.
Who Should Attend: Coach Supervisors, Coaches, and Purchasers of Coaching
Price (US dollars):
Early Bird (‘til March 31, 2023) Ticket is $350 US
Regular Ticket (As of April 1, 2023) is $390 US
The ticket price includes access to the recordings for three months and CCE’s for sessions attended.
Refunds – Available up to 5 days prior to the event. Refund available is the ticket fee paid less the Eventbrite fees. Eventbrite fees are not refunded.
Limited scholarships are available. Please send your request to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Zoom joining instructions will be shared a few days prior to the conference.
Erik de Haan is Director of the Hult Ashridge Centre for Coaching and Professor of Organisation Development and Coaching at the VU University Amsterdam and has published nearly 200 professional and research articles and 14 books, covering his main fields of expertise as a leadership and organizational consultant, facilitator, and coach.
Erik will be our opening keynote at our 6th annual Americas Coaching SuperVision Conference, speaking on relational team coaching and team coaching supervision. This will be a unique opportunity to engage with Erik in advance of the conference!
Title: Opening the Year Resourced and Resilient
Summary: The practice of coach supervision and holding space for reflection, meaning making and learning is a vital support for coaches. It is also vital for us, as coach supervisors, to ensure we are fit for purpose by prioritizing our own resilience and resourcefulness as we head into practice. January’s session will consider Relational Spaces to Cultivate Resilience Resourcing (also a chapter in the newly released Coaching Supervision: Voices from the Americas) with a focus on the 7 Core Energy Sources of Resilience – all held by and with compassion. Through an interactive session of pedagogy, play and discussion, we will celebrate coming together and kicking off 2023 in the community.
Alexis Chamow – MFA, PCC, Founder & President, A of All Arts, Inc. coaches, supervises, and facilitates live and virtual experiences for executives, artists, entrepreneurs and teams in transition. She is also a Senior Director with Stand & Deliver Group, an international consultancy based in San Francisco. Mom of 4 (2 humans + 2 canines) Alexis and her family live in Los Angeles, CA.
Sarah Evans, PhD (cand) MCC, Dip. CS, is an executive leadership and team coach, facilitator, OD consultant, coaching supervisor, and mentor coach at Evans Leadership Group. Sarah is dedicated to supporting individuals, teams, and organizations to lead and thrive in complexity. Her key working themes are relationships, resilience, results.
It is well known that diverse teams and groups statistically make better decisions and offer broader perspectives. Deeper consideration reveals that the outcome of more information has its roots in, and perhaps beyond geography, ethnicity, gender, or other differences. Appreciative inquiry directly addresses what now has been coined as “Cognitive Diversity.” In the November ACSN session, we will explore how different ways of thinking may more than enhance the critical reflective processes in both Coaching and Coaching SuperVision.
** Please note that this webinar will be hosted in the following ZOOM room: ID is 831 228 4840