Contents Director’s Update Calendar of Events & CSA News Articles: Reframing my road map for Coaching Supervision – Elena Granelle Why Leading Well Is So Difficult – Elaine Patterson Judgement: Philosophical, Psychodynamic and Pragmatic Perspectives – Keri Phillips CSA Presence at ICF Global Conference in Rio de Janeiro – Karyn Prentice CSA Community: Events & […]
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“It’s just another coaches selling to other coaches scam” Myths like this, and a number of other assumptions and fears, still exist around supervision in the coaching profession, resulting in a significant number of coaches not experiencing the benefits that good supervision could bring to their practice. How better to debunk some of the myths […]
Links to our approach For further information on co-operative enquiry go to: www.human-inquiry.com Links to our colleagues Association of Coaching Supervisors www.associationofcoachingsupervisors.com Aboodi Shabi www.aboodi.net Alison Hodge www.alisonhodge.com Marianne Craig www.fireworkcoaching.com Carole Gaskell www.fullpotentialgroup.com
Part 1 – 3 days: Key Elements in Coaching Supervision: Introduction to CSA’s Full Spectrum Coaching Supervision Model, Tasks and Skills – includes the 7-eyed process model. Beginning the Supervision Conversation – a ‘learning partnership’. Establishing the supervision contract Coming into Multi -dimensional Presence and discovering the power of working with Energy Fields Using feedback […]
Imagine this not so unlikely scenario: a coaching client has access to four different coaches in one day, all identically trained. The coaches are comparably gifted and experienced. The client will contract to work on the same issue with each coach for one hour. At the end of the day, the client will choose which […]
CSA’s approach centres on creating a lively professional partnership with coaches, one in which they can significantly develop their range and capabilities as a coach and can return to their work, resourced and stimulated. Ethics and Standards It is essential that supervision enables coaches to become ethically mature, capable of negotiating the often complex conversations […]
Choose your coach supervisor with care. As you look to your supervisor to provide reflection, insight and support, they must be suitably qualified to work with you in collaborative conversation. Below are some guidelines that will help you to choose a Coach Supervisor. Ticking these boxes will help to ensure that you find a supervisor […]
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