Sorry this event is now fully booked, we are holding two more repeat sessions in June details here:
Tuesday 8th June from 08:00 to 09:30 London (click here to book) and
Thursday 10th June from 15:00 to 16:30 London (click here to book)
When we are working as supervisors in group supervision, often questions arise about the practical aspects of the size or format or frequency of the group. At the same time, what is going on for us emotionally and psychologically? How do we feel ourselves about being in a group? What are our patterns and triggers? How do we manage ourselves when we are facilitating and supervising?
This workshop is for qualified supervisors, already familiar with offering group supervision.
Host: Alison Hodge
Working globally as a coaching supervisor with individuals and groups of both internal and external executive coaches, Alison seeks to co-create generative working agreements that enables practitioners to explore their practice, their client work and their ongoing professional wellbeing. She is particularly interested in the relational phenomena that arise in supervision, especially in groups. This may inform supervisees about their own process with their client relationships as well as what may be occurring in their individual and organisational client systems.
Alison is an accredited Executive Coach at Master Practitioner level with EMCC and an accredited Executive Coaching Supervisor with APECS and EMCC. She completed her DProf in Coaching Supervision at Middlesex University in 2014. She has been a member of the international faculty of CSA (coachingsupervisionacademy.com), for some 10 years, where she supervises supervisors-in-training.
Joining: This is a 90 minute webinar - please hold the date/time - The zoom link will be sent the day before the session
The leading international provider of supervision training for Executive Coaches, HR, Leaders, OD, People Professionals and their teams
Coaching Supervision Academy
Phone: (+44) 7891 513 929
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