6th International Conference on Coaching Supervision

Tuesday 10 May 2016, 9am - 5pm
John Henry Brookes Building, Oxford Brookes University, Headington Campus, Gipsy Lane, Oxford, United Kingdom

This important international conference brings together coaches, supervisors, researchers and anyone with an interest in the development of coaching supervision.

The conference aims to further develop a knowledge base for coaching supervision and support research in this area in order to promote good practice, and contribute to professional debates.

The conference will be held in Oxford Brookes University's award-winning John Henry Brookes building on the main Gypsy Lane campus. For more information about the building's 2014 architecture awards see http://ow.ly/Sq3ol

Our keynote speakers this year are

Erik De Haan and Robin Shohet.

A pre-conference workshop will be available on Monday 9 May 2016 run by Robin Shohet.

Important dates:

Early Bird registration - Ends Friday 15th April 2016
Late registration - Ends Sunday 1 May 2016

Conference fee: £165 (Early bird fee until Friday 15 April 2016 £130). Visit the online shop to book your place.

For further information, please contact Emma Meats on +44 (0)1865 485484 or email: emeats@brookes.ac.uk



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Jackie Arnold & Caitlin Walker David Clutterbuck, Carol Whitaker & Michelle Lucas Louie Gardiner
Erik de Haan (Report) Erik de Haan Julie Hay
Cathy Lasher Linda Aspey and Michelle Lucas Michel Moral
Francesco Pimpinell Louise Sheppard Peter Duffell & Carmelina Lawton Smith
Sarah Talbot Eve Turner & Jonathan Passmore James Pritchard
Michelle van Reenen Sarah Gilbert, Mike Hurley, Eve Turner

Speakers

Niro Amin

Niro Amin

Niro Amin is a portfolio general practitioner with an interest in medical education and professional development. My coaching experience spans trainee doctors to public health executives in transition to consultants leading on transformation projects at acute hospital trusts.

Jackie Arnold

Jackie Arnold

Jackie is a Certified ICF Coach & holds CSA Diploma in Coaching Supervision. She joined AOCS board and is currently an ambassador for supervision in Europe. She has run her executive coaching and supervision practice since 2001 internationally. She is the author of 'Coaching Supervision at its BEST' Using clean language methodology.

Linda Aspey

Linda Aspey

Linda is a member of the Global Time to Think Faculty, qualified Time to Think Coach, Facilitator & Consultant, Accredited executive coach, counsellor / psychotherapist and supervisor with 25 years' experience of leadership, practitioner and personal development. MD of Coaching for Leaders, she has been learning from and working with Nancy Kline since 2008.

David Clutterbuck

David Clutterbuck

David is a Global expert in Coaching & Mentoring, a visiting professor of Oxford Brookes, Sheffield Hallam, York St John's and has written 60 books.

Zoë Cohen

Zoë Cohen

Zoë is a former board director of a £1billion organisation. Zoë believes in aspiring to be our best adult selves - in the moment, every moment - and that leading and managing others is a privilege. She is passionate about the power of coaching, and supervision, to change conversations for the better.

Peter Duffell

Peter Duffell

Peter is an experienced business professional, coach and coach supervisor. He has worked for global organisations such as HSBC and UBS in his 30 year business career. He has a Masters Degree with distinction, in Coaching and Mentoring Practice from Oxford Brookes University and now runs his own coaching and consulting company.

Louie Gardiner

Louie Gardiner

Louie is an Executive Coach, Supervisor, facilitator and learning partner with individuals, organisations and self-organising networks - supports personal and systemic transformation. Her immersive, subjective-empirical approach to working with complex human systems - the focus of her doctoral inquiry - has sourced radically different frameworks for seeding individual and collective systemic capability. Previous roles: Trustee (Hunger Project UK); Director (Inspiring Leaders Foundation); CEO (Centell-UK); Corporate Performance Lead (Barnsley MBC); Senior Consultant (Priority Focus); Senior Manager, Community Projects (BMBC); visiting lecturer (Sheffield Hallam; Cheltenham & Gloucester).

Sarah Gilbert

Sarah Gilber

A certified Coach Supervisor and Executive Coach with an HR consulting background, Sarah Gilbert has an MSc in Workplace Counselling, coach accreditation through the AC and 15 years' supervision experience.

Erik de Haan

Erik de Haan

Erik is a leadership and organisation development consultant, executive coach and supervisor. He is the Director of the Ashridge Centre for Coaching and programme leader of the Ashridge Master's (MSc) in Executive Coaching, and the Ashridge Postgraduate Certificate (PG Cert) in Supervision. Erik is also Professor of Organisation Development & Coaching at the VU University of Amsterdam. He has written more than 150 articles and ten books in different languages, among which are Fearless Consulting (2006), Coaching with Colleagues (2004; with Yvonne Burger), Relational Coaching (2008), Supervision in Action (2011), Coaching Relationships (2012; edited with Charlotte Sills), The Leadership Shadow (2014; with Anthony Kasozi) and Being supervised - a guide for supervisees (2015; with Willemine Regouin).

Sandra Hilton

Sandra Hilton

Sandra is a former leader of Sheppard Moscow, an organisational consultancy and now runs her own consultancy business. She is committed to working with leaders and leadership teams to help them have honest, heartful conversations, with themselves and with others, so as to engage people fully in organisations.

Julie Hay

Julie Hay

Julie was one of the five original founder members of the EMCC, where she was influential in establishing the pan-European Board and served as its President 2006-8. She holds international accreditation as a Transactional Analysis Trainer and Supervisor in the Organisational, Psychotherapy and Educational specialisms, and as a Licensed NLP Trainer. She is Editor of the International Journal of Transactional Analysis Research, and author of numerous articles and books, including Transformational Mentoring (McGraw-Hill 1995, Sherwood 1999, 2nd ed in press) and Reflective Practice and Supervision for Coaches (Open University Press 2007).

Alison Hodge

Alison Hodge

Alison is an accredited Executive Coach at Master Practitioner level with EMCC and an accredited Executive Coaching Supervisor with APECS. Working globally as a coaching supervisor with individuals and groups of both internal and external executive coaches she co-creates working agreements to explore their practice, their client work and their ongoing professional wellbeing. Alison teaches on the MSc in Coaching & Mentoring at Sheffield Hallam University and supervises supervisors-in- training at CSA (Coaching Supervision Academy.) She completed her DProf in Coaching Supervision at Middlesex University in 2014. She has a particular interest in the relational phenomena that arise in supervision and how this can inform the supervisee about their own process with their client relationships as well as what may be occurring in their individual and organizational client systems.

Mike Hurley

Mike Hurley

Formerly a divisional director within HSBC's Asset Finance Business, Mike Hurley is an Executive Coach, Leadership Mentor and Coaching Supervisor with an MA in Coaching and Mentoring and accreditation through EMCC at Master Practitioner level.

Cathy Lasher

Cathy Lasher

Cathy is an experienced executive coach, steeped in coaching process and methodologies - she has coached for literally thousands of hours, and trained hundreds of people in coaching skills to different levels. She also has a large supervisory practice. Cathy combines two widely diverse sets of qualifications - a (recovering) Chartered Accountant with an MBA, and also an integrative relational psychotherapist - making her well placed to work at the juncture of personal development and business development agendas. Cathy also teaches university courses in Reflective Practice at degree level, and has written a book on the subject. 'Better Thinking for Better Results'.

Michelle Lucas

Michelle Lucas

Michelle is a practising coach and coach supervisor who has run her own business "Greenfields" since 2006. She trained at Oxford Brookes and is Accredited as both a coach and a supervisor with the Association for Coaching. With a background in psychology and HR she also has an MBA.

Terri McNerney

Terri McNerney

Terri holds an MSc in Organisational Change from Ashridge School of Management . She specialises in Appreciative Inquiry, Dialogue, Gestalt, Artful Knowing & Clean Language and is also an accredited Executive Coach, Supervisor of Coaches and Shadow for OD Consultants.

Linda Miller

Linda Miller

Linda Miller coaches and supervises for the Professional Support Unit (London Deanery). Coaching since 2008, she trained as a supervisor with the Coaching Supervision Academy. Her portfolio includes work as a GP, Clinical Supervisor, GP Appraiser, Communication Skills and Ethics teacher (Imperial College). She has presented at international conferences and published coaching articles. Becoming a Medical Humanities scholar has inspired her creative, clinical and coaching supervision.

Michel Moral

Michel Moral

Michel Moral spent most of his career in an international environment as a manager and executive. He holds a Master degree in Science & Technology and a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology. He has published ten books related to management, coaching and supervision. He trains coaches at University, supervises coaches and trains supervisors with Florence Lamy.

Jonathan Passmore

Jonathan Passmor

Jonathan Passmore is a chartered psychologist, he holds five degrees and is a professor at the University of Evora and MD at Embrion. He has written/edited twenty-two books, over 100 peer review papers and book chapters. His current focus is an eight volume, two million word, Wiley Handbooks of Organisational Psychology.

Francesco Pimpinell

Francesco Pimpinell

Francesco has been a Coach and a practitioner of Systemic Constellations since 2002, with broad experience in utilizing this method in the business context. He studied with Bert Hellinger and other main developers of Constellations: Insa Sparrer, Mattias Varga Von Kiebed, Bertold Ulsamer and Gunthard Weber. He runs trainings internationally in various countries in the use of Systemic Constellations for Coaches and Supervisors. He is a Professional Certified Coach with the International Coach Federation and a Professional Certified Counselor with Centre Cultural European Jean Monnet (Belgium).

James Pritchard

James Pritchard

James has been coaching at senior level for over 25 years and over the past four years has led the development of a coaching and mentoring provision for 450,000 Civil Servants. He qualified as a coaching supervisor in 2015 through the Higher Professional Development programme in coaching supervision, at Oxford Brookes, and is engaged in research for a PhD at OBU Business School on 'Coaching for Mindful Action', applying yoga philosophy and practice to executive coaching. He is a qualified Iyengar Yoga teacher and runs classes in Oxford.

Michelle van Reenen

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Michelle has over 25 years' experience within business, finance, leadership potential, human learning and development. Currently she is part-time lecturer and coach supervisor on M.Phil. Management Coaching programme at Stellenbosch Business School (USB) as well as coaching and consulting to organisations.

Louise Sheppard

Louise Sheppard

Louise Sheppard is an executive coach and coaching supervisor with over 20 years of coaching experience in 50 organisations globally. Louise's background is in business, leadership development and change management. She is on the advisory board for a social enterprise, Rising Minds, which provides coaching and mindfulness services to commercial organisations and to those who cannot afford it in the community. Louise is a qualified and accredited executive coach and coaching supervisor (APECS) and she has an MA in Professional coaching (Middlesex University). Louise is currently studying for a professional doctorate in coaching supervision at Oxford Brookes University.

Robin Shohet

Robin Shohet

Robin Shohet has been supervising for nearly forty years and co-written with Peter Hawkins Supervision in the Helping Professions, now in its 4th edition and translated into eight languages. He is also editor of Passionate Supervision, Supervision as Transformation and Supervision in the Medical Profession. He is a student of the Course in Miracles.

Carmelina Lawton Smith

Carmelina Lawton Smith

Carmelina is a coaching and development specialist and combines her private coaching consultancy with a lecturing role on the MA in Coaching and Mentoring Practice at Oxford Brookes University Business School. She has over 20 years experience in personal growth, consultancy and facilitation. She is a member of the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching.

Sarah Talbot

Sarah Talbot

Sarah Talbot is a teacher-educator at the University of Applied Sciences, Amsterdam, and also a qualified Supervisor in Education working with teacher-trainees in the final year of their Bachelor's in Education degree. Sarah is a strong advocate of a positive approach in supervision whereby insight into the Core Quadrant can act as a catalyst for improved interaction in the classroom and a more integrated professional-personal approach to teaching.

Eve Turner

<Eve Turner

Eve won the prestigious EMCC 2015 European Coach of the Year Award, and has Master Executive Coach and Supervision accreditation. Eve's background includes senior leadership and qualifications include an MBA and MSc. Eve works systemically with groups and individuals and recently set up a Global Supervision CPPD Network for experienced supervisors.

Carol Whitaker

Carol Whitaker

Carol has experience at Board level in a number of industries, an MBA with an early career in HR. The development of potential in the people has always been her passion. She specialises in Executive Coaching, Supervision and Mentoring Entrepreneurs.

Catlin Walker

-Catlin Walker

Caitlin is the developer of Systemic Modelling, a group coaching process using Clean Language. She designs and delivers tailor-made L & D programs for facilitating issues around: diversity, leadership, creating 'learning organizations' and supervision. She is the author of From Contempt to Curiosity: Creating the Conditions for Groups to Collaborate.

Peter Wrycza

Peter Wrycza

Peter, who has been involved in coach development since 2000, founded the International Academy for Deep Transformation in Russia and the Nirarta Centre for Living Awareness in Bali. He is the developer of the Deep Transformational Coaching model and creator to two ICF ACTP diploma programmes. He trained in Coaching Supervision with the Coaching Supervision Academy (CSA) in France, Singapore, and Hong Kong and is the author of Living Awareness, and co-author of Moksha, Living in the Spirit and When Performance Meets Alignment. He encourages an holistic and consciousness-based approach to human development in general and coaching supervision in particular.

Programme   (click on the name to see the abstract of the presentation)

START
9.00 Registration with refreshments
9.30 Welcome from Tatiana Bachkirova
9.40 - 10.25
Keynote 1 - Erik de Haan

The vulnerability of supervision

There seems to be a growing understanding of

  • the particular sensitivity of engaging in supervision, and of
  • the extent to which supervisees suffer and feel strong ambivalence about the process, up to the point of struggling or resenting to participate in supervision.
I will bring information to substantiate these findings and some attempts at understanding the underlying issues. I will bring some models of supervision inspired by ancient Greek tragedy and Buddhism to begin to make sense of the particular vulnerability of (being in) supervision. I also intend to demonstrate with the help of a few case vignettes how despite (and also thanks to) the fragility of supervision supervisees can achieve results that make a profound and lasting difference in practice.

Research-based Presentation Conceptual papers Case studies Demonstrations
10.30 - 11.15
Julie Hay

Exploring the Differences to Identify the Similarities

A report on, and invitation to contribute to, research into the nature of the various 'talking approaches' – coaching, therapy, etc. (including the rapidly growing approach of 'therapeutic coaching'), and what this means for supervision. Prompted by the common factors/dodo bird (Rosenweig, 1936) research findings within therapy that it is the therapist rather than the approach that makes the difference, then what are we doing that is the same, what is different, and how can we learn from each other? And how does this apply to supervisors?

Peter Wrycza

Beyond the 7-Eyed Model: The Double-Diamond Multi-Focus Model of Coaching, Mentoring, and Supervision

Peter Hawkins' (1985) Seven-Eyed Model provides a simple, elegant, and easily memorable model for the key perspectives and elements of coaching supervision. But is this elegance and memorability achieved at the cost of dealing adequately with the real-life complexity of the problem space of coaching supervision? This presentation introduces the Double-Diamond Model and considers how it provides a more nuanced way of embracing the complexity of what happens in coaching, mentor-coaching, and supervision. The session aims to demonstrate how this complexity is easy to inhabit, allowing a more precise exploration of what happens between coach and client and between coach and supervisor.

Zoë Cohen & Sandra Hilton

The Client in the Room: Bringing the Client into Supervision

We often talk about bringing our clients to supervision but rarely actually have them in the room. Sandra and Zoë will share their experience of what it was like to experiment with this and how it helped one particular client. We would like to stimulate a conversation to contemplate together what can be revealed to us and to the client when we take supervision to the heart of a system. When is it appropriate to work with your client in this way and how might this conversation shift others within the organisation?

Linda Aspey & Michelle Lucas

Supervision in a Thinking Environment

This interactive session will explore how the Thinking Environment®, developed by Nancy Kline, may be applied to coaching supervision. We will demonstrate part of a 1:1 supervision session enabling the supervisee to think for themselves, intelligently, courageously and without interruption. Delegates will get a chance to experience, in pairs, how to "listen to generate, not to respond". Given the non-directive and egalitarian approach, the intention of the supervisor is to deploy the fewest interventions possible; so how does the Thinking Environment supervisor attend to all the supervisee's formative, restorative and normative needs including the perspective of their clients? There will be opportunity for rich discussion of this and many other points arising.

11.15 - 11.30 Refreshments
Research-based Presentations Conceptual Papers Case studies Demonstrations
11.30 - 12.15
Louise Sheppard

What supervisees really think and feel about coaching supervision and how they can maximise the experience

There is a lack of empirical evidence about the role of supervisees in the coaching supervision process and how they can best enhance their coaching supervision. The theoretical literature and research on coaching supervision largely focuses on supervisors. Yet it is more challenging and exposing to be a supervisee than a supervisor and the mind-set adopted, active role played and techniques used by supervisees are vital to the success of supervision. I share the lived-in experiences of supervisees from my recent grounded theory study.

Louie Gardiner

From dialogue to metalogue: Introducing a meta-framework for personal and systemic transformation

In the workshop, we will compare and critique coaching and supervision models against systems/complexity theories and principles. We will examine the structure/form and nature of these models and methods, exploring their underpinning assumptions, claims and constraints. I hope to illuminate what is evident in current approaches and to demonstrate the systemic, metalogic nature of a radically different meta-framework: the Potent 6 Constellation (P6C). I will illustrate the P6C in action, showing how it reveals intrapersonal dynamics within an individual's 'black box'. I will offer empirical evidence demonstrating that its deployment nurtures adaptive capacity whilst seeding personal and systemic transformation in human systems.

Eve Turner & Jonathan Passmore

When the police come calling: How safe are our coaching notes?

"The police have just been in touch and want to seize the notes on one of my clients…" How would you respond to this question from one of your supervisees? This presentation will start with small group discussion of a dilemma based on real events, and will broaden into considering wider issues of note taking, record keeping and access to information for coaches and supervisors. We will discuss this dilemma using advice from the coaching and mentoring professional bodies, lawyers and insurers.

Sarah Talbot

Using the Core Quadrant Model in Supervision

The Core Quadrant Model works with an individual's strong, intrinsic qualities and the pitfalls, challenges and allergies encountered in oneself and in dealings with other people. During Supervision, attention is given to identifying the core quality and accompanying pitfall, challenge and allergy so that the supervisee gains insight into their emotional and interactional behavioural patterns. Working from the core quality empowers the supervisee and assists towards further personal and professional integration.

12.20 - 13.05
Michel Moral

Supervision in "Strong Coaching Culture" environments

The concept of "Coaching Culture" introduced 10 years ago is becoming more and more popular as some evidence of its positive effect on employees' engagement and financial results exists. However, although we know a lot about the coaching side of it, we have to admit that the supervision aspects have not been thought through. Two key questions are raised: What approaches to coaching supervision are the most effective and do we need new techniques? Starting from several real life situations in the French Industry the session will explore these two questions.

Michelle van Reenen

SYSTEMIC coach supervision model: guidelines for internal coaches

The recent global financial crisis has forced organisations to scrutinise their expenditure and returns, which, in turn, has led to a growing trend to use more internal than external coaches as cost efficiency becomes a driver. Furthermore, as investing in coaching grows, so does the growing demand for quality assurance, leading to the emerging of coach supervision. However, the role and nature of coaching supervision of internal coaches within organisations remain unknown, especially in South Africa. A qualitative study analysing the views and experiences of internal coaches, supervisors and managers was conducted and highlights the complexity of coach supervision. The SYSTEMIC coach supervision conceptual model was developed as an attempt to manage the systemic issues, organisational culture aspects and ethical challenges of internal coaching.

Sarah Gilbert, Mike Hurley & Eve Turner

Evolving, innovating, maturing: how chain supervision can accelerate your learning as supervisor and supervisee

This workshop will draw on our collective learning over six years as a supervision chain to:

  • offer you one framework for effective chain supervision as a possible addition to your mix of CPD
  • give you practical ideas on how to keep your supervision and reflective practice fresh and stretching
  • outline three steps that you can take as a chain to stay relevant in the face of change
  • show you how a supervision chain can contribute to your wider professional community
We invite you to join the discussion and broaden our exploration with your perspective

Francesco Pimpinelli

The Magic of Systemic Constellations in one-on-one coaching Supervision

The aim of the workshop is to demonstrate the power of Systemic Constellations in Coaching Supervision in a one-on-one setting. Systemic Constellations provide a powerful set of tools for Coach Supervisors to support Coaches in clarifying their issues, with immediate results. They allow for quick and deep shifts in the Coach's perspective, creating a strong transformational impact. Outcomes of the presentation:

  • An overview of the applications of Systemic Constellations in one-on one Coaching and in Coaching Supervision
  • A case using a Systemic Constellation in a one-on-one Coaching Supervision Session
  • How Systemic Constellations can be integrated into one's Coaching Supervision practice

13.05 - 14.00 Lunch
14.00 - 14.50
Keynote 2 - Robin Shohet

What's Love Got to Do With It?

"Fear knocked at the door. Love answered and there was no-one there." Sufi maxim. Following on from the workshop the previous day when we looked at how we might not allow ourselves the freedom to act, because of hidden and unacknowledged fear, in this keynote I want to look at how we might support ourselves in taking risks, not knowing, being vulnerable. How can we enter the coaching or supervisory relationship "without memory, desire or understanding" to quote Wilfred Bion? And what HAS love got to do with it?

Conceptual papers

Conceptual papers/discussion Research based presentation Demonstrations
14.50 - 15.35
James Pritchard

Body, Self, thinking and feeling – our search for authenticity in action

Authenticity in speech and action are often cited as desirable in leaders and may be something clients, coaches or supervisors strive for. We aim to establish a more holistic model of the human being to include physicality and witness consciousness or Self. This model gives us a language to explore what authenticity means for the players in the coaching and supervision drama and the alignment of our being, which leads to authenticity in action.

David Clutterbuck, Carol Whittaker & Michelle Lucas

In this interactive session, we will share all the research questions that we have identified and invite the audience to add to this list. We recognise that supervision in coaching is a relatively new market, we will explore how we develop a data bank in support of our emerging profession. Furthermore we will invite delegates in small groups to problem solve how these research questions could be addressed. The session with close with a prioritisation of topics for research and potentially an embryonic action plan for how these gaps in the literature could be addressed.

Peter Duffell & Carmelina Lawton Smith

What is the significance of emotion in coaching supervision?

This is an interactive session to explore the role of emotion in coaching supervision, specifically if emotion is relevant to and should be a consideration in coach supervision practice. A summary of research data will be presented for discussion with the intent of identifying any relevant themes or learning that might be important considerations for coach supervision practice. As there is little research data on supervision practice it is expected that this session with allow participants to contribute to ongoing research in the field as well as an opportunity to comment based upon their own experiences and insights.

Linda Miller & Niro Amin

Graphic reflections; a novel methodology for coach supervision, clinical supervision and supervisor supervision.

Graphic novels are an increasingly popular genre. This workshop demonstrates how graphic methods offer a unique narrative approach for reflection, clinical and coach supervision. The structure, phenomenological and metaphorical power of graphic novels will be demonstrated. The method builds on the use of the 7 eye model, narrative, metaphor, clean language and appreciative enquiry in supervision and incorporates the "Sparkling Moments" concept. As a novel approach it effectively elicits motivations and energises supervision. Participants will develop graphic methods for their own CPD, supervision and coaching practice.

15.35 - 15.50 Refreshments
Conceptual Papers Demonstration Demonstration Demonstration
15.50 - 16.40
Cathy Lasher

Getting the most from your thinking time: A new model for rigorous thinking to benefit coaches and their clients

Many people say that even when they are able to snatch some time from their incredibly hectic lives to think and reflect, they don't always know how to use that time most effectively. In this session Cathy will share her simple model for reflective, focussed thinking, to help you elicit maximum benefit from the time you do invest in thinking, and avoid the trap of cycling round and round the same points to no good end. This session will help you get the most from your supervision, and also give you a useful tool to share with your clients.

Terri McNerney

Creative Supervision, Combining Artful Knowing and Clean Space

This session will provide an introduction to and practical experience of more artful and creative ways of knowing and examples of how these can be used in supervision. During this interactive session you will:

  1. Learn and practice a complementary approach for supervising coaches/consultants who are stuck in habitual ways of thinking and knowing.
  2. Build confidence is using this approach
  3. Take away a framework and references so you can practice and develop further
Terri will share her experiences in how these creative approaches can be used when supervising coaches/consultants working with a range of client's & organisations.

Alison Hodge

Creating the core conditions to support team coaches to reflect on their practice in supervision

Team coaching is becoming increasingly valued for senior leaders in the complex and changing world of organisations. The knowledge and skills required by coaches to facilitate these interventions includes a hybrid range from group facilitation, executive coaching, organisational development, complexity and systems theory. So, what part can supervision play to support team coaches in this work? How does the supervisor create the core conditions to enable the coach to explore and unravel the complex and often seemingly messy issues that arise in these projects? In this dialogic workshop, we will explore these questions and in particular consider the supervisor's own relationship and experience with groups and how this manifests in creating the "core conditions" in their supervision.

Jackie Arnold & Catlin Walker

Are you Supervising at Your BEST? Build Engage Support Trust

You will have the opportunity to see demonstrations showing the power of Clean Language and Symbolic Modelling in supervision. You will be encouraged to experiment with this unbiased and highly respectful methodology and to assess how and whether you could use it in your practice. At the end of the workshop you will leave with a new methodology which could be described as:

  1. Efficient
  2. Succinct
  3. Assumption free
  4. And most importantly, gives your clients the space to explore what they would like to have happen

16.40 - 17.00 Panel Discussion
17.00 Close

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