CSA Showcase

Books and Events created by members of the CSA International Faculty


Courses and Events


Event

“Solstice!

Honouring Winter’s Sacred Landscape”

Hosted by Karyn Prentice and Elaine Patterson, both internationally accredited Executive Coaches, Coaching Supervisors, OD specialists and Writers.

 

As the earth is stilling, we are also invited to pause as we say “yes!” that is both a moment in time and is also timeless. As you put yourself into alignment with the stilling of the earth, at this Salon you can also be held in community as you – and we together - salute the years end and gift yourself a little rest and renewal as you perhaps see in a fresh and different light and start to invite the new into form.

 

You will discover your word for 2020 and craft your personal fragrance from essential oils to represent what it is you most desire in 2020. All materials will be provided.

Friday 6th December 2019

 

9.00am  to 5.00pm at Tofte Manor, Sharnbrook, Bedfordshire, MK44 1HH


Books and Publications


Books

Written by the co-founders of CSA Edna Murdoch and Miriam Orriss; their wisdom and skill is evident in every chapter. Full Spectrum Supervision takes the reader into the heart of reflective practice and provides fascinating insights into the complexities of this transformative work. The book offers the reader a unique view of what actually happens in supervision and shares many new and practical exercises; these can be used by a wide range of professionals and adapted to make your practice stronger. The case studies illuminate key skills that have emerged from mature practice.

 

Through exploring the Full Spectrum Model in these chapters, the reader will take away new ways of relating to and developing people. If you work with people and want to build your professional skills and your capacity to engage staff or clients, then this is the book for you. The book is generous, offering many new perspectives on supervision, new interventions, new maps and models which demonstrate the authors' original thinking and their commitment to best practice. "Who you are, is how you supervise"


Books

“Coaching for Leaders in the Workplace” How to motivate and get the best from your staff.

 

This book will give you the knowledge and skills to understand the differences between coaching, supervision & mentoring. It will demonstrate how effective coaching programmes can enhance behaviours and retain key staff. How it can reduce recruitment costs, promote well-being and give a robust return on investment.


Books

edited by Eve Turner

& Stephen Palmer

The Heart of Coaching Supervision takes us on a journey that starts with understanding who we are, and why we do what we do the way we do it, so that we can help those we work with understand themselves and their practice. The journey includes our background and personal and professional influences and considers the need for self-resourcing to resource others. It examines our being alongside our doing, to ensure that we can provide the best possible service to all those we work with.

 

CSA Graduate Keri Phillips contributed a chapter exploring Working with Intense Emotions

 


Books

Coaching Supervision at its B.E.S.T. contains clear strategies and real life case studies and can be used in all settings where there is a need for effective and efficient coaching supervision. The specific clean questioning technique allows the supervisor to remove assumptions and have an insightful and eagle-eyed view of the whole supervision spectrum.


The book follows closely the requirements for the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) Level 7 Masters level qualification in Coaching Supervision. Covers: workplace supervision, executive coaching, business coaching, career coaching, life coaching, management, leadership, business management, professional support, clean language, metaphor, symbolic modelling, team building, communication and professional effectiveness.


Books

by Elaine Patterson

Reflect to Create! is a holistic philosophy and set of reflective practices designed to free your innate creativity and humanity to craft wise, compassionate and skillful leadership, professional practice and supervision.

 

Explored through the metaphor of the dance and brought alive by nearly two hundred practices, this book invites you, the reader, to reflect, learn, and create anew for inspired living and great work.

 

Based on the author’s research, her own story, and the latest thinking in such diverse spheres as relational dynamics, mindfulness, adult learning, creativity, systems thinking, psychology, and the arts Reflect to Create! helps you to achieve crafted change by first owning your own humanity. 

 

Elaine Patterson is an international Executive Coach and Coaching Supervisor, Reflective Thinking Partner and Writer at the Centre for Reflection and Creativity Ltd. Her vision is to bring the creative powers of reflection – and reflective learning – to an international audience of leaders and people professionals for wise living and working in today’s constantly changing world.

 

 

Introducing the “Reflect to Create!” Dance Cards.

 

These beautiful dance cards have been designed as a companion to Elaine’s book.

 

A selection of card spreads and quotations are offered as a way into the dance for you and for your clients.

 

Click here for more information


Books

by Elaine Patterson

Introducing the “7C’s Being Fully Human” Cards

 

“Being Fully Human – the 7C’s for Learning, Change and Transformation” is a new lens for leading, coaching and coaching supervision, which has been designed by Elaine Patterson. The 7C’s are our natural and innate human qualities of Care, Curiosity, Courage, Compassion, Connection, Creativity and Contemplation for great work and inspired living.

 

This card pack enables you and / or your clients to discover how we can all learn how to invite more of our own humanity – and also our shared humanity – into our work for the good of all.

 

 


Books

edited by Jo Birch, Peter Welch

Coaching and mentoring supervision is a rapidly expanding field. This book is a curated collection of contemporary thinking; presenting cutting-edge contributions from international writers, leaders in the professional field, academics and practitioners who offer a range of accessible applied research, practice examples, case studies, guidelines and reflective prompts to readers. As in art galleries, some pieces require reflection – and return visits may be necessary. The work is edgy and new, and yet totally grounded in the coaching and mentoring supervisor experience, bringing pragmatic solutions to current complex challenges.

 

 

The book is available from Routledge direct using the link above with a special discount code - enter FLR40 at check out


Books

by Amanda Ridings

This book is for leaders, coaches and practitioners who are intrigued by their contribution to, and impact on, conversations, and who are committed to cultivating an authentic presence and voice.

 

The book explores: the influence of internal dialogue on your interactions with others and your effectiveness in your organisation; how to increase your versatility in challenging or delicate conversations and to develop capacity for doing this in 'bad weather' (adverse conditions); and how to germinate systemic change, one leadership conversation at a time.

 

 


Supervision


Supervision

by Catherine Goreham

CSA graduate Catherine Gorham specialises in integrating Nature as Dynamic Co-Partner in her coaching and supervision practice and offers masterclasses to other practitioners.

 

This new specialist Zoom supervision group will enable coaches who take clients outdoors to come together to deepen their inquiry and expertise in this powerful approach within a safe, virtual space of connection.

 

 


Supervision

by Martin Vogel & Hetty Einzig

 

 

 

Image courtesy Madison Nickel on Unsplash

Eco-supervision group in London


CSA graduate Martin Vogel is working with Hetty Einzig to offer a group supervision programme starting February 2020. The group will meet monthly for six months in central London.


What they are calling Eco-Supervision is a values-based, collaborative and experimental model which explores coaching practice within the context of wider societal and environmental considerations. It is rooted in the models of Analytic-Network Coaching and Eco-Leadership created by Simon Western. We have his agreement to refer to his frameworks. We will draw also on our separate backgrounds in Transpersonal Coaching and Leadership Embodiment (Hetty), creative practices and mindfulness (me). 


This group is for experienced coaches wishing to deepen their understanding and contribution through their work at this turbulent time when institutions, business, society and our environment are being severely challenged.