In this session, Lori Hillis explored the importance of reflecting on shame in the work of the supervisor.
In this session, Peter Hawkins presents on Systemic Team Coaching Supervision for the Americas Supervision Network on May 13, 2019.
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.
As we move towards becoming a coach supervisor there are many things to learn and many things to unlearn too. This interactive session offers a perspective on how we need to go beyond the principles which guided us to become a good coaching practitioner and to develop a new mindset that may help us keep true to our supervision purpose. Michelle will offer seven principles of a coaching supervision mindset which build on Peter Bluckert’s original seven principles for coaching. The framework is an evolving one – What will resonate for you? What is missing? How could we shape the framework further together?
…A New Lens For Coaching And Coaching Supervision…
With Karyn Prentice and Elaine Patterson
The 7C’s is a new lens for coaching and coaching supervision, which has been developed by PattersonPrenticeDesigns.
Beyond the practical, technical and rational the 7C’s live in the ever-present field of our shared humanity.
The 7C’s are our innate human capacities for Care, Courage, Curiosity, Connection, Compassion, Creativity and Contemplation which – when we invite them in – can create the space – and the added value – in which we can all learn to flourish in our VUCA world.
The 7C’s have been road tested in an action research project at Guys and St Thomas’ Foundation Hospital in London and have been showcased in the Coaching at Work magazine July/August 2018 edition.
Join Karyn and Elaine for a lively and experiential session, which will introduce you to this powerful new lens; explore each of its petals and think through how you might be able to apply this in your practice. Bring your colored pens and journals! Participants will receive a free copy of the 7C’s Journal and Workbook, which includes a self-assessment template which you can use in your practice.
We are looking forward to seeing you there!!
About Karyn and Elaine
Karyn Prentice and Elaine Patterson are Senior Faculty at the Coaching Supervision Academy Ltd and together are PattersonPrenticeDesigns bringing their creativity to the world of leadership and professional practice. Both were chapter authors in ‘Full Spectrum Supervision –WHO you are is HOW you Supervise’ which was published September 2013
Karyn Prentice is Assistant Director for Training, Coaching Supervision Academy. Karyn is an accredited Coach with Association for Coaching, a member of ICF and an Accredited Coach Supervisor with CSA since 2008. She is in the frontline teaching team at CSA co-facilitating in London, Seattle and France and works bilingually. Karyn is a UKCP accredited transpersonal psychotherapist and mindfulness teacher. She is particularly drawn to Mother Nature as a source of inspiration and teacher in her life and her practice. Karyn’s book “How Does Your Garden Grow? Using the Lens of the Five seasons to Grow Yourself and your Life” is due out in 2019.
Elaine Patterson is an international Master Coach, Accredited Coach Supervisor and Writer. Elaine’s passion is to bring the creative powers of reflection to leaders, people professionals and development practitioners everywhere for courageous, compassionate, and wise practice. Elaine takes her inspiration from her love of the arts, history, mediation, writing, poetry and Nordic walking. Elaine’s book ‘“Reflect to Create!” – The Dance of Reflection for Creative Leadership, Professional Practice and Supervision’ will be published in November 2018.
In this session, Peter Hawkins presents on Resourcing in Coaching Supervision.
En este video demostramos una sesión de supervsión de coaching. El Dr. Damián Goldvarg supervisa a Fernanda Bustos Gonzales y exploran cómo la coach se relaciona con su cliente y con los sistemas de los que son parte.