Date: Thursday, 5th May 2016 from 14.00 to 18.00
Venue: NCVO, 8 All Saints Street, London N1 9RL
Cost: £75 (no VAT) to CSA graduates.
Please note that the cost of the ticket also includes a free copy of ‘Coaching Supervision: A Practical Guide for Supervisees’. This book normally retails at £24.99.
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The Effective Supervisee: How to help your Supervisees get more out of their Supervision
Like coaching itself, supervision works better when both parties understand what is expected of them and have the skills to contribute to the process. In this thought provoking and participative master class, David Clutterbuck, Carol Whitaker and Michelle Lucas will share some of their key learning from the forthcoming book “Coaching Supervision: A Practical Guide for Supervisees”, which they co- authored.
Among the topics they will explore are:
- What qualities are needed for a coach to be an effective supervisee?
- How can the supervisor help the supervisee prepare for and fully engage with the supervision process?
- How important is the cognitive and emotional maturity of the two parties? Is it valid to assume that the supervisor will be more mature than the supervisee?
- How do you assess the quality of a supervisory relationship?
- With a strong UK influence in supervision activity what impact does this have for pan-culturalism and diversity in supervision?
- How do you know when it is appropriate to help your supervisee move on to a new supervisor? And how do you do it?
- In keeping with their highly practical writing for the book, they will demonstrate some of the practical exercises that they use when contracting with a new supervisee. In the spirit of collaboration you will be invited to share your own experience of similar tools and engage in small discussion groups.
By the end of the master class you will have:
- Greater clarity about how to optimise the supervision partnership from both the supervisor™s and superviseeÂ™s perspective
- Stretched your thinking about both the supervisors and the supervisee™s perspective
- Experienced some new tools and approaches which you could use in your own practice
- Developed some practical strategies as a Supervisor for helping your supervisees take joint responsibility for the supervision process
- Identified some questions for continued reflection for your own practice.
Do contact Peter Welch or Susanna Way AoCS’s Learning Coordinator for the event at firstname.lastname@example.org for any further information.