Call for Chapter Authors
The Americas Coaching Supervision Network is preparing to publish a scholarly edited book on Coaching Supervision in the Americas. We are excited about the opportunity to present this first inclusive look at coaching supervision in our region. We see three purposes for this publication: to increase the visibility of coaching supervision in the Americas; to build the coaching supervision community in the Americas; and to present a coherent and inclusive perspective on the past, present, and future of coaching supervision in the Americas.
We are seeking proposals from authors interested in writing a chapter on one of the following topics:
- The supervisor-coach relationship
- Supervision of team coaches
- Supervision and coach well-being and resilience in globally challenging times
- Supervision and sustainability
- The impact of supervision on coaches and their organizations/clients
- Supervision and social justice
- Supervision and ethics
- Supervision for internal coaches
- Supervision and Climate Change
- Training and educating coaching supervisors
- Coaching supervision and clinical supervision- distinctions and similarities
- Supervising across cultures
Chapters may be original research, case studies, theory-based models, or experience-based practitioner perspectives. The final chapters will be 3500-5000 words in length, excluding references. References must be in APA style. All proposals will be reviewed by the editorial board and authors notified of the review outcome. Authors who wish to propose a topic not included in the list are welcome to submit an outline (per the instructions below). Additional topics will be considered depending on the response to editor-recommended topics and fit with overall book purpose.
- Authors must be trained coaching supervisors in the Americas (North, Central and South America). Supervisors outside the Americas are invited to partner with a supervisor in the Americas to propose a chapter.
- A one-page statement that includes the type of chapter (i.e. research, perspective, model, case study); the author’s approach and position on the topic; key points or subtopics to be addressed
- Author information (for all authors on the chapter): author name and contact information; place of residence; training in coaching supervision (dates and training provider); coaching supervision experience and credentials; coaching experience and credentials.
- Proposals must be submitted as Word files in an email attachment sent to email@example.com by August 24, 2020, 8 a.m. US ET
- Editorial review completed by October 12, 2020, for author notification
- Completed chapter submitted by January 18, 2021. A review of the completed chapter will result in reviewer feedback and requirements for final chapter submissions.
- Projected publication date September 2021
The Editorial Board for this book consists of Francine Campone, Damian Goldvarg, Lily Seto and Joel DiGirolamo
Please address questions to Francine or Joel
Francine Campone firstname.lastname@example.org
Joel DiGirolamo email@example.com