In this session, Dr. Terry Hidebrandt presents on how to develop strategies to market coaching supervision services in the Americas. This Webinar on October 12, was the monthly session for the Americas Coaching Supervision Network.
Ethics: moving from code to relationship November 18, 2019, from 8:00-9:00 Pacific Time Zone Presenter: Kees de Vries This webinar wants to offer a forum for dialogue on ethics in coaching supervision. A key theme here is ethical dilemmas, your
In this session, Larissa Thurlow facilitates a discussion on how Trauma can be explored in the work of the Coach Supervisor, including when to refer and how to manage boundaries. This is the link to the powerpoint presentation; Tuning
As coaching supervisors, we may ask our clients to move out of their heads and tune into their senses. The body, heart and gut are great sources of data and somatics is an increasingly popular aspect of Coaching and Supervision.
An invitation for submissions to present at the third annual Americas Coaching Supervision Conference to be held in Mexico City on May 7 and 8, 2020 Deadline: October 1, 2019 Our third annual conference will have invited guest
In this session, Laurie Hillis explored the importance of reflecting on shame and vulnerability in the work of the coach supervisor. Presentation slides: Hillis presentation
In this session, we debrief the Second Coaching Supervision Conference that took place in Montreal, Canada last June 13, 14, 2019. There were keynotes, group discussions, and demos.
In this session, Peter Hawkins presents on Systemic Team Coaching Supervision for the Americas Supervision Network on May 13, 2019.
Dear Americas Coaching Supervision Network colleagues; A heartfelt thanks to Fiona Adamson for leading such a short yet impactful group supervision demonstration….a real demonstration on the power of exploring metaphors. Our next Americas Coaching Supervision Network gathering is on Monday,
In this session on Reflection and Group Supervision with Fiona Adamson on April 8, 2019, a coach brought a case and group participants share their reactions. A metaphor is explored and the group supervisor modeled reflective practice.