Working with Unknowing in Coaching and Supervision

  • 12 Jul 2021
  • 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
  • Webinar via Zoom
  • 1

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  • Free for CSA Accredited Supervisors & Students
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Working with unknowing in coaching and supervision

This session leans into the experience of unknowing. Constructs of leadership valorise the hero who “knows” how to strike forward. But the reality of many of our clients is one of complexity, in which the way through is not discernible in advance. Coaches often collude in the fantasy of knowing, drawing both coach and coachee into a spiral of anxiety in the face of difficult challenges that are not amenable to simple or linear solutions.

We will approach unknowing not as a form of ignorance to be overcome but as a way of stepping back from the false knowing that oversimplifies the reality that coaches and coachees might co-create. Based on practices of meditation in relationship developed by Gregory Kramer, we'll encounter unknowing in dialogue.


Host: Martin Vogel

Martin Vogel is currently researching the topic of unknowing and offers this session as a collaborative exploration of how it shows up in coaching and supervision. Martin coaches mainly in the media and higher education sectors. As a supervisor, he has an independent practice and also works in partnership with Hetty Einzig to offer ecosystems supervision groups, which have been supporting coaches and other practitioners to manage uncertainty through the pandemic. He blogs at https://unknowing.blog and https://vogelwakefield.com.

Joining: This is a 90 minute webinar - please hold the date/time - The zoom link will be sent the day before the session

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