Topic: What goes on in coaching supervision? This forum is FREE for members. You must login to access the member registration.
Presenter: Dr Alison Hodge, EMCC Master Practitioner, APECS Executive Coaching Supervisor
Date: October 19, 2016, 9AM PDT/12PM EDT
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This interactive webinar is informed by Alison’s Doctoral Research Project in Coaching Supervision completed in 2014 at Middlesex University in UK.
Based on this research, coaching supervision is here to stay. Whilst some coaches may still question the usefulness and relevance, reflecting on practice on a one-to-one basis is extremely useful and highly valued. It is often a vital ingredient in the coach’s professional well-being and effectiveness. But what does it really involve? Is it solely a one-to-one dialogue with a qualified other? What other approaches are effective that enable coaches to practise safely, ethically and professionally? What part does supervision play in keeping coaches “fit for purpose”, especially given the demands and challenges of coaching, particularly in an organizational context with the complexities of multiple-stakeholders and the constantly changing economic, political and market conditions across the globe.
At the same time, the research also emphasised the power of the supervision relationship, attending to and creating the core conditions of adult learning and the importance and value of reflection on practice. The findings invite us to take a look at what coaching supervision needs to be and how the modeling of the supervisor supports coaches in keeping fit for practice.
This participative session will aim to engage you in the question and as a way to explore how supervision may best support coaches at all levels and stages of professional and personal development.
Dr. Alison Hodge, EMCC Master Practitioner, APECS Executive Coaching Supervisor
Alison is an accredited Executive Coach at Master Practitioner level with EMCC and an accredited Executive Coaching Supervisor with APECS. She works globally as a coaching supervisor with individuals and groups of both internal and external executive coaches. She teaches on the Supervision Module of the MSc in Coaching & Mentoring at Sheffield Hallam University and is a member of faculty and supervises supervisors-in-training with CSA (Coaching Supervision Academy). She graduated with her DProf in Coaching Supervision at Middlesex University in July 2014.
She has a particular interest in the relational phenomena that occur 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.
When you want to know more, please visit: http://alisonhodge.com/