“From Coach to Coaching Supervision Mindset” with Michelle Lucas on Monday, November 5 at 8.00 AM PST.
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?
Michelle is a practicing coach and coaching supervisor and has run her own consultancy “greenfields” since 2006. She trained at Oxford Brookes and has a Post Graduate Diploma in both Coaching & Mentoring and in Coaching and Mentoring supervision. She has accumulated many thousands of hours practice, is an Accredited Master Executive Coach and Accredited Coaching Supervision with the Association for Coaching. She also volunteers for this professional body as their Supervision Education Lead. Her background is in Psychology and HR and before becoming an independent coach worked for over 20 years in a range of private sector organizations. She has written two books on supervision, published by Routledge and has now been commissioned to write a third. She lives in Weymouth, Dorset, England – is married, with three step-sons and a chocolate Labrador. Her passion is dancing and has recently dusted off her tap shoes to join a local class – it’s not the tapping that’s good exercise it’s the giggles!