• Professor Peter Hawkins • Fiona Adamson • Pam McLean • Masa Gong • Janet Harvey • Eva Hirsch Pontes • Sam Magill • Angela Wright • Francine Campone • Joel DiGirolamo • Paul Sanbar • Karen Pratt • Dr. Damian Goldvarg • Lily Seto
The program includes a team coaching supervision demo by Professor Peter Hawkins, and other supervision demos by Pam McLean and Janet Harvey. The conference also includes workshops on Supervision and Racial Justice, Diversity and Inclusion, Transactional Analysis, Ethics, Creativity, Movement, Group Supervision, and Self Care. The conference is an opportunity to exchange experiences with other colleagues from all over the world and experience Group Supervision.
The conference schedule intends to accommodate supervisors from all over the world:
The sessions will be recorded and available to participants for three months. We are applying for 16.5 CCE’s for the event.
This session takes a playful and creative approach to inspiring practitioners to understand their coaching supervision signature. Using a narrative approach and through the use of metaphor (building on the characters in a children’s game “misfits”) you will explore your sense of how you show up in your work. What of your identity is core and what is still evolving? How do you show up on a good day? And what changes when you are not quite at your best? If you enjoy working in this way, it is a tool that can be easily adapted to work with supervisees and coaching clients as you help them explore their authenticity. This exercise is captured in Michelle’s most recent book 101 Coaching Supervision Techniques, Approaches, Enquiries and Experiments and you will receive a detailed brief as a handout. Attendees will also be given a discount code to use to purchase the book on the Routledge site.
Michelle trained at Oxford Brookes University and is an experienced and Accredited Executive Master Coach and Coach Supervisor (with the Association for Coaching). She takes an Eclectic approach to create a “safe enough” space where people feel both held and stretched in roughly equal measure. She has a lightness of touch, creating a playful and creative space which in turn fosters deeply generative conversations. She has a thriving portfolio of over 60 supervisees, working with both independent and internal coaches and supervisors providing individual, paired and a variety of supervision groups. She continues to work with a small portfolio of Executive Coaching Clients, in order to keep her essential coaching skills sharp. She has written 3 books about Coaching Supervision, published by Routledge, collaborating with David Clutterbuck and Carol Whitaker in the UK and with Tammy Turner in Australia.
As a sponsor of the Americas Coaching Supervision Virtual Conference, Michelle (Greenfields Coaching Supervision Solutions) has graciously offered this pre-conference experience to give you a sample of what’s to come on April 29, 30 & May 1.
The Americas Coaching Supervision Network invites you to the Fourth Annual Americas Coaching Supervision Conference April 29, 30 & May 1, 2021
Objectives of the Conference:
1) Increase visibility for coaching supervision in the Americas
2) Build community and network in the Americas
3) Learn new models and deepen your skills in reflective practice
Early Bird (until Feb 15/21) Ticket is $300 US
Regular Ticket (after Feb 15/21) is $350 US
Ticket price includes access to the recordings for three months and CCE’s for sessions attended.