Announcing CSA North America’s 2017 Diploma in Coaching Supervision
Dear North American Colleague:
May I draw your attention to the CSA – North America’s Coaching Supervision Diploma 2017?
Like its counterparts in the UK, France, and around the world, this rigorous nine-month program centers on creating a lively professional partnership with coaches; one in which they can significantly develop their range and capabilities as a coach and supervisor and return to their work resourced and stimulated. It is highly experiential in its approach while still being supported by teaching and practice in current supervision theories and models.
Who Is This Program For?
Highly skilled, experienced internal and external coaches who want to use their knowledge and expertise differently and who are looking for their next challenge or career move.
Senior people in business or consultants, who have coaching and mentoring as part of their function: for example HR, OD, L&D, Heads of Departments, Change Management and Strategy.
Coaches, mentors, consultants who are looking for a well-established, challenging, EMCC accredited program that can provide an excellent forum for learning and development.
Anyone in the coaching and mentoring field who wants to become a first class supervisor and continue their own journey toward mastery.
What You Will Learn
An in-depth knowledge of the Full Spectrum Model – this model was developed from over a decade of practice, reflection and refinement in the field, so is highly tested. It includes: Hawkins and Smith’s 7 eyed model, Senge et al work on Presence and U theory, Time to Think and Appreciative Inquiry insights.
Up to date research on relational dynamics and presence.
Process and structure of coaching supervision including: contracting, designing the working alliance, creating the learning partnership, the difference between coaching and supervision
Energy management – applying the principles of quantum physics, neuroscience and mindfulness to coaching supervision, including managing strong emotions.
Teaching on coaching psychology including: Transactional Analysis, Gestalt, Transpersonal Psychology, transference, parallel process, collusion, narcissism, blind spots.
Latest developments in systems thinking in organisations.
Knowledge of a wide variety of tools for use in sessions, for example – Karpman Drama Triangle, Magic Box, Two chair work, ways to access relational wisdom, constellations, use of cards and other creative techniques, use of body and other somatic and embodiment techniques.
Development of the internal supervisor, reflective practitioner and use of self in supervision.
Program Venue and Dates
The program will be held in Seattle (Edmonds), Washington, on the following dates:
Module 1: January 12th, 13th, 14th 2017
Module 2: May 19th, 20th, 21st 2017
Module 3: September 15th and 16th 2017
Deadline: November 30th 2016 because there is considerable pre-work before Module 1.
What Are The Benefits?
Being at the forefront in people development particularly within the coaching and mentoring industry.
Earn ICF 40 CCEUs (16 Core Competencies and 24 Resource Development), a further 8 CCEUs in Core Competencies can be gained from the compulsory supervision sessions attached to the course, and attending a course approved by ICF and accredited by EMCC – European Mentoring and Coaching Council
Accreditation by CSA and membership into CSA community of accredited, highly skilled and experienced coaching supervisors
Entries in CSA coaching supervision database for those looking for coaching supervisors
Additional revenue stream and improvements to your current coaching practice
“CSA supervision course bought together all my prior learning and experience resulting in a deepening in all areas of my work. It is a holistic course encompassing many of the great psychological teachings with contemporary coaching techniques and thinking. It was rigorous, academic, theoretical, awareness raising and self-reflective. The wealth of knowledge, wisdom and experience of the tutors gave the course solidity, credibility and diversity. They were very inspiring, supportive and inclusive. It put supervision in a context as an essential tool for coaching and clearly demonstrated the qualitative value to a coach’s practice.” Leanne Lowish CSA Graduate
Since 2005, CSA has trained over 400 Executive and Business coaches and leaders; their accredited graduate supervisors are working world-wide. Our approach has a dual focus, personal and professional, as it is based upon our assertion that, “who you are, is how you supervise”. You can learn more about the Coaching Supervision Academy from their website: Coaching Supervision Academy.
Find Out More
For further information on the US based CSA Supervision Diploma or to register interest in this program, please contact either myself email@example.com, (425) 787-0846 or Lynne De Lay: firstname.lastname@example.org, (413) 458-5110