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“Autumn Equinox: Harvesting the Abundance” A Weekend Retreat for Coaches, Coach Supervisors, Leaders and People Professionals On Friday 5th to Sunday 7th of October 2018 at Tofte Manor, Souldrop Lane, Sharnbrook, Bedfordshire, MK44 1HH

In community we gather to harvest our year’s riches, sort our wheat from the chaff, and prepare our ground for the new seasons ahead Your Invitation Join us for our third retreat for coaches, coaching supervisors, leaders and people professionals! Our Weekend Retreat is an invitation for you to focus on the YOU who can […]

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“Embracing the qualitative function as a supervisor of a group – my learning steps” by Kathryn Downing

Embracing the qualitative function as a supervisor of a group – my learning steps. In a group supervision session a few months ago, a supervisee brought a case forward wondering if there might be potential conflicts of interest in holding multiple roles with a particular client and the client’s organization. In inquiring, considering and reflecting […]

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Article Published in Association for Coaching ‘Coaching Perspective’: “Reflection is an Oasis for Busy People in Busy Times”

  “Is reflection an oasis to the relentless pressure and changes that we face on a constant basis. Coaching Supervisor Elaine Patterson considers this question.” At no time in our human history have we faced so many changes on so many fronts. How we choose to live will determine who we are, who are becoming, […]

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“Learning How to Create Our Organisations of the Future” by Giles Hutchins and Elaine Patterson

“Problems cannot be solved from the consciousness which created them” Albert Einstein This article marks an exciting new collaboration between Giles Hutchins from The Future Fit Leadership Academy and ourselves. Both Giles Hutchins and Elaine Patterson have written extensively about transforming the nature of business and the role that reflection plays in helping to develop […]

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“What Role Can Spiritual Intelligence Play in Our Coaching Relationships and Practices?” asks Jackee Holder

  In this article, Jackee Holder explores how we can develop our own spiritual intelligence to both enrich our own lives and our work with our clients. 2016.09.02 The Spirit of Coaching Jackee Holder BACP’s Coaching Today With thanks to Coaching Today. This article first appeared in the July 2016 issue of Coaching Today, which […]

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A Personal View: The EU Referendum: A Collective and Personal Wake Up Call

Written on the 30th June 2016 I voted to Remain. I thought on balance Remain would give us the best chance to change organically from within whilst also appreciating although not always agreeing with the many of the points also raised by the Leave Campaign. But like many I woke up to what felt like […]

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How to access your Video Course.

During the ‘Checkout’ process you will be prompted to create a ‘Password’ for your account (please keep a record of this as you will need it to access the videos). The system will automatically create your username based on your email address. These details will be emailed to you as part of the purchase confirmation […]

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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 series on Personal Education Development which will be on […]

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What are Inclusive Leaders Made Of? By Razia Aziz and Jonathan Heath, the Equality Academy Ltd

Inclusive leadership is in fashion. Names such as McKinsey, Deloitte and Ernst & Young, have captured the attention of international business for the benefits of diversity, and the key role of inclusive leadership in ensuring that diversity is maximised – with an emphasis on a strategic approach. Research abounds which appears to show that diversity, […]

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The Lightest Touch by Jo Birch

  In this article Jo Birch explores what it feels like to be in the “Groan Zone” of Disturbance between Divergence and Convergence for learning and change. She writes: “I walked across the dry grass, conscious of my heart beating, the smell of the circus coming into my awareness. I drew back the canvas of […]

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