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What should we call Supervision?

Should we even call it supervision? In the UK and Europe, the major coaching bodies (ICF, EMCC, AC, APECS) are considering the results of lengthy discussions held over a two-year period, one of which looks at all aspects of supervision. One of the most difficult conversations we had was what to call this ‘new’ practice […]

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The Key Role of the Internal Supervisor

Experiential coaching supervision presentation at the OCM CPD Event – 1st July 2010 Edna Murdoch and Miriam Orriss were delighted to be asked to conduct a coaching supervision workshop at OCM’s CPD event in July. Overview ‘The success of an intervention depends on the inner condition of the intervener.’ Peter Senge. The term ‘Internal Supervisor’ […]

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Resource centre

Boosting your creativity by Karyn Prentice “There is no use trying,” said Alice; “one can’t believe impossible things.” “I dare say you haven’t had much practice,” said the Queen. ”When I was your age, I always did it for a half an hour a day. Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things […]

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The Karpman Drama Triangle

Karpman Drama Triangle By Steven B Karpman   Responsibility, Power and Boundaries The basic concept underpinning the Karpman Drama Triangle is the connection between responsibility and power, and their relationship to boundaries. The Karpman Drama Triangle was originally conceived by Steven Karpman and was used to plot the interplay and behavioural “moves” between two or […]

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The Seven-eyed Model of Supervision

A systemic perspective to knowledge building and increased effectiveness. Peter Hawkins and Robin Shohet developed this model originally for supervisors working with individuals, with groups, and with organisations, in the Human Service professions. It takes a personal and social systems perspective. It supports the coach/mentor to build and develop expertise in several levels of knowledge […]

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What is Coaching Supervision?

An Introduction to Edna Murdoch This a unique opportunity to hear Edna Murdoch, one of the pioneers of Coaching Supervision, talk about the birth of coaching supervision and of the Coaching Supervision Academy, about what supervision does and about the internationally successful CSA supervision diploma. The FREE video is a short section of a new video […]

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Training In Supervision Skills For Internal Coaches

Since 2004 CSA has run supervision programmes for Internal Coaches who wish to run their own peer-supervision groups. We offer on-going consultancy to these groups. We have designed and delivered a flexible training for Internal Coaches, coaching companies and coaches in Education, which covers the essential elements of supervision, using CSA’s Full Spectrum Model of […]

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Models and tools

To deliver our Full Spectrum Model coaching supervision, we use a broad range of models and tools, ensuring that you get the access of traditional and contemporary methodologies, wrapped in a broader, more holistic approach that encompasses body, mind and spirit. Conceptual tools we use include: Full Spectrum Model Karpman Drama Triangle The Seven-eyed Model […]

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