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Accred Dip in Coaching Supervision – almost full!

CSA’s globally successful  diploma in Coaching Supervision, starting October in London, is already almost full! This rigorous and enjoyable diploma is accredited by EMCC and approved by ICF – details are on the Diploma page on the website. It is richly staffed by experienced trainers, tutors, webinar leaders and supervisors. If you would like to […]

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Restraining Your Automatic self

Restraining Your Automatic Self      Aboodi Shabi (aboodishabi.com) “The morning is always wiser than the evening.” – Russian Proverb What happens to you when someone says something you don’t like? Or when someone upsets you at a meeting, or cuts you up when you are driving? Or when you receive an email just as […]

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Spiritual and Religious Competencies – food for thought

Spiritual and Religious Competencies for Health Care Professionals By Cassandra Vieten, et al Adapted for coaches and coaching supervisors by Dede Osborn, MA, BCC, Dip CS Although this research was based on a U.S. sample and U.S. cultural values, as coaching grows as a profession globally, multi-cultural competencies in spiritual and religious beliefs and practices […]

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Don’t miss this rare supervision offer!

Don’t miss a superb opportunity for to get first class coaching supervision, either one to one, or in a group. Miriam Orriss, co-founder of Coaching Supervision Academy, currently has one space only in a monthly TA Supervision Group that starts soon. The group meets once a month on a Friday morning and runs for 90 mins. Cost […]

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The Day I Did Not Hold Back

The Day I Did Not Hold Back  February 2017 By CSA graduate, Doug Montgomery, PCC, Executive Coach, Coach Supervisor, Trainer       www.Elmbank-Coaching.co.uk So how honest and direct can a coach get? Well, I really pushed the limit a while back. Here’s what happened: The feeling surfaces I had been working with this particular client for […]

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Team Coaching – is it really “new”?

A CONVERSATION AROUND TEAM COACHING – IS IT REALLY “NEW”? Dr. Alison Hodge, CSA trainer Alison Hodge Associates[1] www.alisonhodge.com alison@alisonhodge.com Introduction As a coaching supervisor, I am increasingly finding that clients are bringing not only their one to one coaching practice to our sessions, but also their team interventions. The coaches refer to these projects […]

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