‘Supervision is an opportunity to bring someone home to their own mind and show them how good they can be.’ Nancy Kline
From September, you can experience first class coaching supervision at a very affordable price.
Where: Jury’s Inn Hotel, Brighton (1 minute’s walk from Brighton station)
Dates: 2011: September 29, October 27, December 1st 2012, January 19, February 23, March 29.
Time: Thursdays, 5 30 – 8pm
Numbers: Max 10 participants.
Cost: £80 per session – sessions every 4 or 5 weeks. Initial commitment of 6 sessions.
The group will begin in September for 6 monthly sessions and we will have 2½ hours to learn together and to explore all aspects of your coaching practice. The group will combine Coaching Supervision with exploration and teaching on key coaching themes, which emerge in the sessions. This lively learning experience will enable you to return to your clients, better skilled, resourced and resilient.
We will use CSA’s Full Spectrum Model of coaching supervision as a guide; the model is unique in that it combines the classic 7- eyed model of Supervision with contemporary coaching tools and insights.
FORMAT Our starting point will usually be with case studies or coaching enquiries which interest or concern you. I will work with the material presented and then the group will add their support/insight. I will teach a form of feedback which ensures that we are enabled (not disabled!) by feedback. As the group progresses, major coaching themes will emerge and there will be reflection, teaching and discussion on these. Typical supervision themes include:
Contractual issues, ‘Difficult’ clients, Exploring critical moments in coaching, Personal Development focus, Establishing good boundaries, Dilemmas of confidentiality, Use of self in coaching, Working in systems, Skills development, Relational coaching, Coaching /counselling borders, Working with intuition, Image and metaphor, Coaching Psychology, Advanced listening skills. And much more.
Along the way, we may attend to the following:
Building the Internal Supervisor, Multi-layered Coaching Presence (TheoryU – Sharmer/Senge), Using Gestalt Dialogue, Systemic thinking, Unconscious factors in coaching, TA principles, Magic box work, Multiparty contracting, Increasing interventions, Transpersonal focus, Mid-life clients, Somatic coaching.
This will be a closed group in order to create commitment and the conditions of safety and trust, which deepen the group’s experience and accelerate learning.
Being in the group will give you a space for professional reflection and will significantly extend your skills, competence and comfort zone. This is not a group for absolute beginners. The group is for coaches who have coaching experience and who will bring client situations from their practice to the group.
Jury’s Inn Hotel Brighton is just 1 minute’s walk from Brighton Station. (London Victoria, 1 hour)
CSA CPD certificates will be given to participants.
If you are interested in this group, please contact Edna in the first instance: 01323 897 344 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Edna Murdoch, Director of CSA, is one of the pioneers of Coaching Supervision in the UK and has run many coaching supervision groups since 2001. Edna is delighted to lead this new Supervision and CPD group and looks forward to creating a lively supervision/CPD experience for coaches in the South East.
Through CSA, Edna has trained almost 100 executive coaches to be coach supervisors and has presented on coaching supervision topics at EMCC, ICF, BASPR and BACPC conferences. In addition to her training and experience as a coach and a supervisor, Edna is a specialist in: Gestalt dialogue, Transpersonal skills, Neuroscience and Coaching, Relational Coaching, Creativity, understanding Parallel process, Quantum Coaching, Advanced Dialogue Process, Transactional Analysis, Working with Energy, Resolving unconscious factors in Coaching, Mindfulness, using Heart Intelligence in Coaching.
Here are some testimonials from earlier groups:
This has been wholly positive…quality supervision…such a wealth of experience and insight..I really enjoyed the sessions…..it’s great to have a different perspective…I receive professional care and support…they never touched this stuff in the training….excellent input and facilitation…the space Edna creates is very supportive, totally non-judgemental, safe, affirming and encouraging……. It is wonderful to have a safe place to be able to take the issues that come up for me in my coaching………. I’m delighted to commend Edna for her quality supervision that gave me some excellent input and facilitation that moved me forward in my coaching skills and confidence. …. Supervision is about moving forward with my clients, faster, by offloading concerns and asking for possible solutions I have not seen. It is also about being helped through a blind spot. ….The supervision with Edna was very helpful as it made me feel more confident about the direction I was taking. I was also very lucky to be in the group with lovely peers. ……All of it was a very useful experience….many thanks for a very enlightening and enjoyable series of coaching supervision sessions. I’ve learnt loads.