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    • 6 Feb 2023
    • 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
    • Virtual
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    Anne Archer

    Exploring our choices when a coachee expresses thoughts of suicide in a coaching session with Anne Archer, coach, coach supervisor, mental health advocate and educator

    As coaches and coach supervisors we are privileged to be alongside clients at the best of times and sometimes the worst. Anyone who is at a place of considering ending their life because they see no other option to escape their pain needs support. If a client expresses the depth of their feelings and thoughts to us, it may be they have told no-one else. This can be about themselves or someone else. How we react and respond in that moment they share with us, may save a life.

    In this session we will explore:

    • Some myths about suicide and that it isn’t always someone exhibiting signs of declining mental health who are having suicidal thoughts
    • Our own assumptions, values, and attitudes towards suicide generally and then specifically in the coaching context
    • What is needed in that moment of sharing with us?
    • How can we react and respond in a way that reduces stigma and discrimination and supports resource building?
    • How does our ethical code and contracting support us in these moments?

    We will use case studies, breakout room discussions, plenary sharing with input and content. We will explore the topic both from a supervisory and coach perspective.

    A prevous participant said about this session: 

    Good, very odd to say enjoyable or interesting about such a dark subject but overall yes very interesting.


    About Anne Archer:
    I am a coach, coach supervisor, mental health advocate and educator and suicide prevention trainer. I work with Mental Health First Aid England, the National Centre for Suicide Prevention and Training, I volunteer for a crisis line and have first-hand experience of the devastation suicide can bring to family, friends and colleagues.

    In this work specifically my clients include public and private sector, global corporations, professional service firms, a major animal charity and many smaller organisations. I hold an MSc in the Psychology of Wellbeing which included a spell in the community during our Clinical Psychology stint.

    The most important piece of my story is that I am passionate in creating a future for my grandchildren where they can thrive and flourish. For me suicide prevention work is life affirming. It means choosing life and that can sometimes feel like the hardest option.

    https://annearcherassociates.com

    • 10 Feb 2023
    • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Virtual
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    Anne Archer

    Exploring our choices when a coachee expresses thoughts of suicide in a coaching session with Anne Archer, coach, coach supervisor, mental health advocate and educator. 

    As coaches and coach supervisors we are privileged to be alongside clients at the best of times and sometimes the worst. Anyone who is at a place of considering ending their life because they see no other option to escape their pain needs support. If a client expresses the depth of their feelings and thoughts to us, it may be they have told no-one else. This can be about themselves or someone else. How we react and respond in that moment they share with us, may save a life.

    In this session we will explore:

    • Some myths about suicide and that it isn’t always someone exhibiting signs of declining mental health who are having suicidal thoughts
    • Our own assumptions, values, and attitudes towards suicide generally and then specifically in the coaching context
    • What is needed in that moment of sharing with us?
    • How can we react and respond in a way that reduces stigma and discrimination and supports resource building?
    • How does our ethical code and contracting support us in these moments?

    We will use case studies, breakout room discussions, plenary sharing with input and content. We will explore the topic both from a supervisory and coach perspective.

    A prevous participant said about this session: 

    Good, very odd to say enjoyable or interesting about such a dark subject but overall yes very interesting.

    About Anne Archer:I am a coach, coach supervisor, mental health advocate and educator and suicide prevention trainer. I work with Mental Health First Aid England, the National Centre for Suicide Prevention and Training, I volunteer for a crisis line and have first-hand experience of the devastation suicide can bring to family, friends and colleagues.

    In this work specifically my clients include public and private sector, global corporations, professional service firms, a major animal charity and many smaller organisations. I hold an MSc in the Psychology of Wellbeing which included a spell in the community during our Clinical Psychology stint.

    The most important piece of my story is that I am passionate in creating a future for my grandchildren where they can thrive and flourish. For me suicide prevention work is life affirming. It means choosing life and that can sometimes feel like the hardest option.

    https://annearcherassociates.com

    • 28 Feb 2023
    • 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
    • Webinar via Zoom
    • 3
    Register

    Opposites in the space of supervisionWill Medd

    Playing with ‘opposites’ offers a simple, powerful yet overlooked tool for cultivating awareness in coaching supervision.

    As coach supervisors we are familiar with exploring forms of ‘reframing’, for example reframing self-limiting beliefs or self-narratives. The assumption is often that we need to replace something less good with one that is better - whether somatic experience, emotion, thought, belief, narrative. Yet the world of opposites has so much more to offer and is always available. Instead of seeking to replace or reframe, in this experiential webinar, we'll explore what happens when we hold opposites together in the same moment, what happens when we let them go, and how opposites offer an interesting pointer to the place of the observer and wider field of awareness.

    This session will explore experientially how opposites can show up and their role as a tool in supervision for opening up possibility.


    Host: Will Medd

    Will is a CSA Tutor, Supervisor, Coach and Meditation teacher. While intellectually opposites have long been of interest, he stumbled across opposites in their full effect while learning iRest Yoga Nidra Meditation Training - based on non-dual approaches to life - and realised how powerful they are to work with experientially, to free up possibility. He brings to this session a curiosity to see what opposites will reveal for you as we can inquire together.

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

    • 3 Mar 2023
    • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Webinar via Zoom
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    Opposites in the space of supervisionWill Medd

    Playing with ‘opposites’ offers a simple, powerful yet overlooked tool for cultivating awareness in coaching supervision.

    As coach supervisors we are familiar with exploring forms of ‘reframing’, for example reframing self-limiting beliefs or self-narratives. The assumption is often that we need to replace something less good with one that is better - whether somatic experience, emotion, thought, belief, narrative. Yet the world of opposites has so much more to offer and is always available. Instead of seeking to replace or reframe, in this experiential webinar, we'll explore what happens when we hold opposites together in the same moment, what happens when we let them go, and how opposites offer an interesting pointer to the place of the observer and wider field of awareness.

    This session will explore experientially how opposites can show up and their role as a tool in supervision for opening up possibility.


    Host: Will Medd

    Will is a CSA Tutor, Supervisor, Coach and Meditation teacher. While intellectually opposites have long been of interest, he stumbled across opposites in their full effect while learning iRest Yoga Nidra Meditation Training - based on non-dual approaches to life - and realised how powerful they are to work with experientially, to free up possibility. He brings to this session a curiosity to see what opposites will reveal for you as we can inquire together.

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

    • 20 Mar 2023
    • 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
    • Webinar via Zoom
    • 4
    Register

    Recognizing Individual Trauma in
    organisations
     with Anne Roques Anne Roques

    In this seminar, we explore what trauma looks like in individuals within organisations ; how does a supervisor support their coach to address the matter adequately.

    Practical examples / case studies will be shared, based on my experience as a coach and as a supervisor

    Participants will learn how to:

    • Recognise signs which indicate the client may be being traumatised
    • Support the coach in paying attention to these signs
    • Strengthen their tool box as a coach and as a supervisor, on the do’s and don’t with the final client in order to avoid re traumatisation
    • Develop better clarity on how to supervise in such circumstances
    • Understand the concept of post traumatic growth.

    Places are limited on this event so early registration is recommended. This event is a prelude session to the longer CSA seminar exploring Organisational Trauma being held on the 17th April

    Facilitated by CSA Accredited Supervisor: Anne Roques
    Anne is a seasoned leadership coach, guiding transformation, especially in chaotic situations. She works mostly with blue-chip companies and their leaders and is an accredited supervisor with CSA since 2009. She is quickly able to get to the core of her clients’ issues and illuminate situations by bringing together her track record as both a corporate executive and independent coach. Her corporate career was as a Finance Director and then a Supply Chain Executive with chemical companies, which gave her a broad track-record of organisational challenges, from strategy design to execution. She is Franco-British, is fluent in French and English and she lives as a global citizen.

    Joining: This is a 90 minute webinar - please keep the date/time. The Zoom link will be sent the day before the event. 

    • 24 Mar 2023
    • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Webinar via Zoom
    • 9
    Register

    Recognizing Individual Trauma in
    organisations
     with Anne Roques Anne Roques

    In this seminar, we explore what trauma looks like in individuals within organisations ; how does a supervisor support their coach to address the matter adequately.

    Practical examples / case studies will be shared, based on my experience as a coach and as a supervisor

    Participants will learn how to:

    • Recognise signs which indicate the client may be being traumatised
    • Support the coach in paying attention to these signs
    • Strengthen their tool box as a coach and as a supervisor, on the do’s and don’t with the final client in order to avoid re traumatisation
    • Develop better clarity on how to supervise in such circumstances
    • Understand the concept of post traumatic growth.

    Places are limited on this event so early registration is recommended. This event is a prelude session to the longer CSA seminar exploring Organisational Trauma being held on the 17th April

    Facilitated by CSA Accredited Supervisor:  Anne Roques
    Anne is a seasoned leadership coach, guiding transformation, especially in chaotic situations. She works mostly with blue-chip companies and their leaders and is an accredited supervisor with CSA since 2009. She is quickly able to get to the core of her clients’ issues and illuminate situations by bringing together her track record as both a corporate executive and independent coach. Her corporate career was as a Finance Director and then a Supply Chain Executive with chemical companies, which gave her a broad track-record of organisational challenges, from strategy design to execution. She is Franco-British, is fluent in French and English and she lives as a global citizen.

    Joining: This is a 90 minute webinar - please keep the date/time. The Zoom link will be sent the day before the event. 

    • 28 Mar 2023
    • Virtual
    Register

    "Sacred Landscape with Nature as Inspiration and Partner"

    Sacred Landscapes


    A Year’s Immersion in Nature and the Wisdom of the Five Seasons to Enrich You and Your Coaching and Supervision Practice

    Beginning March 2023 


    from Elaine Patterson and Karyn Prentice at PattersonPrenticeDesigns

    This Series has been inspired by Karyn Prentice’s book “Nature’s Way Designing the Life you Want Through the Lens of Nature and the Five  Seasons” taking its concepts and ideas into the field of coaching and  supervision practice. This Series is based on our experience harvested by  working in this way in 1:1’s and with groups for the last seven years.

    Nature as Inspiration and Partner

    This Series brings a fresh lens to the joys and the fruits of working in nature. We will walk together through each of the 5 seasons using the rich, varied, and creative metaphorical lens and language of nature opening you up new insights, new perspectives and fresh thinking which can nourish, inspire and resource you and your practice in new and different ways.

    Our Design:

    This series unfolds over a 12 month calendar cycle of the Five Seasons: Spring, Summer, Late Summer, Autumn and Winter.

    Starting in Spring, this Series takes you through a uniquely personal and professional journey of developing new insights for you and your practice as we connect to the distinctive beauty, inspiration and wisdom of Nature.

    In this way we are attending to our own inner ecology, growing our resilience and resourcefulness as we deepen our reservoirs compassion for discover, reflection, emergence and fresh insights. And indeed, as the year progresses you will notice your own deepening connection to the Nature that you already greet as Friend.

    In this work we partner with Nature in real time and explore the metaphor of each season as it unfolds and gives way to the next.

    We will meet on-line in our virtual green field 5 times throughout the year inWoodland Path sync with the seasons. We offer a morning or afternoon webinar for each season to cover all the different time zones. Each seasonal webinar will focus on exploring the current season, its essence and tonality and the questions it asks of us in creative, poetic and meditative ways and how you can bring this into your coaching supervision practice.

    During our webinars we will provide you with ideas, exercises and practices, which you can use for yourself and with your clients. A short field book will also be provided to accompany you for each of the seasons.

    Full Series Details and Information (pdf)

    Costs:

    Early Bird Registration Rates available till January 31st 2023
    Your investment is £245 GBP (+vat) for CSA students and Accredited Supervisors and £275 GBP (+vat) for everyone else.

    Full Rate from February 1st 2023 your investment is £295 GBP (+vat) for CSA students and Accredited Supervisors and £325 GBP (+vat) for everyone else.

    If you have any questions or queries, please do not hesitate to contact us.

    Karyn Prentice and Elaine Patterson

    Karyn Prentice     Elaine Patterson

    • 17 Apr 2023
    • 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Webinar via Zoom
    • 23
    Register

    Exploring Organisational Trauma with Anne Roques and Dr Ty Francis

    This exclusive three hour CSA interactive event will be allow a wide  exploration of this issue with plenty of opportunity for experiences and sharing. 


    Anne RoquesDr Ty Francis


    While much is known about individual trauma and collective trauma, the question of whether an organisation can be traumatised remains largely unexplored. Yet unaddressed organisational trauma compromises work with both colleagues and clients, negatively impacts service delivery, and weakens an organisation’s ability to respond to internal and external challenges. In addition, the effects of organisational trauma on leadership and team development are incalculable.

    In this seminar, we explore the case for organisational trauma and discuss how to diagnose and deal with it effectively. We shall share our analysis of current theory as well as our own practice as coaches and consultants; provide inputs and case studies; facilitate discussions and offer a framework as well as principles for intervening that have emerged directly from our own practice.

    Participants will learn how to:

    • Recognise different types of organisational trauma
    • Identify sources of organisational trauma and understand which organisations might be more susceptible and which might be more resilient to potential trauma
    • Diagnose organisational trauma
    • Explore a practice framework and principles for dealing with organisational trauma

    Places are limited on this event so early registration is recommended. This event is a follow up session to the shorter CSA webinars focussed on Recognising Individual Trauma being held on the 20th March and 24th March 

    Facilitated by CSA Accredited Supervisor:  Anne Roques and Dr Ty Francis

    Anne is a seasoned leadership coach, guiding transformation, especially in chaotic situations. She works mostly with blue-chip companies and their leaders and is an accredited supervisor with CSA since 2009. She is quickly able to get to the core of her clients’ issues and illuminate situations by bringing together her track record as both a corporate executive and independent coach. Her corporate career was as a Finance Director and then a Supply Chain Executive with chemical companies, which gave her a broad track-record of organisational challenges, from strategy design to execution. She is Franco-British, is fluent in French and English and she lives as a global citizen.

    Dr ty Francis is the founder and Director of meus – a company specialising in cultural transformation, working in the space between leadership/team development, change management and corporate communications. He completed his Doctoral research on the psychology of breakthrough and transformation, and has a commercial background as a Brand Strategist in the pharmaceutical and IT industries before establishing his own Organisational Development consultancy. Ty is a systemic practitioner who pioneered the practice of Organisational Constellations in the UK more than 20 years ago. Currently, he uses his skills as a film-maker and storyteller to elicit the essence of our human experience.

    https://meus.co.uk

    Joining: This is a 3-hour seminar with plenty of space for breaks from screen and interactive discussion set in the programme - please keep the date/time. The Zoom link will be sent the day before the event. 

    • 1 May 2023
    • 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
    • Webinar via Zoom
    • 20
    Register

    Wholeness Arises Being Generative
    with CSA Acredited Supervisor Janet Harvey

    In the words of Scott Peck, “The human race is in the midst of making anJanet Harvey evolutionary leap. Whether or not we succeed in that leap is our personal responsibility.” As human development practitioners, we have the privilege and responsibility to challenge what we and our clients recognize as our status quo, to release it, so we can catch up with the forever-changed reality of professional life today. Our new virtual workplace creates a timeless workday rhythm. We operate in a zero geography and technology-enabled, multiple-team matrix. All these factors require management and leadership capability that enthusiastically shares responsibility for outcomes and places a premium on teaming our way through continuous change.

    The emergent world of work and life demands each of us to tap into underutilized, innate creativity that permits our inner aspects to interact and influence dialogue in fresh, emergent ways. These words begin to describe being generative. That way of engaging allows wholeness to arise individually and then collectively. Being generative together is the formula for making the whole bigger than the sum of the parts. As Coaching Supervisors, we offer an alchemy of space that cultivates vulnerability for learning and growth, preparing leaders, coaches, and teams to loosen their grip on the narrowness of the status quo and embody the wholeness of human beings, always innately creative and capable to rise to the challenge evolution presents.

    The mode of exploration for the session:

    • Experiential activity – both somatic and emotional – to activate right brain awareness of what is beyond conscious understanding of our habits and routine actions that hold the status quo in place
    • Triad and plenary exploration of reflective questions that intend to reveal the barriers to generating harmony between left and right brain processing on purpose.
    • Expressive arts to inspire faith in a generative process by which to invite change.

    Key learning outcomes for anyone attending.

    • Learn the contextual and cultural factors, embedded in our current mindset, that influence evolution of customer and employee experience with organizations.
    • Get clear about the impact of mindset on readiness and motivation to change, individually, for teams and as this influences the organizational climate.
    • Discover how being generative removes the barriers to mindset shift and empowers breakthrough to invite change that allows wholeness to arise and be embodied.

    Host: Janet Harvey

    Janet M. Harvey is a bestselling author, speaker, vanguard leader, ICF master certified coach and accredited educator who has engaged leaders, teams, and global enterprises for nearly 30 years to invite change that sustains well-being and excellence. Visionary CEO of inviteCHANGE, a coaching and human development organization, Janet Harvey uses her executive and entrepreneurial experience to cultivate leaders in sustainable excellence through Generative Wholeness™, a signature coaching and learning process. As Janet shares, “coaching in its many forms has at its root the effect of awakening consciousness and doing so in a highly accelerated fashion that sustains.” Audiences regard her as a vanguard human being, provocative (her wedding dress was a mini in purple silk and she arrived at the ceremony on a Harley), articulate, and compassionate.

    Joining: This is a 90 minute webinar - please hold the date/time in your calendars - The zoom link will be sent the day before the session
    • 4 May 2023
    • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Webinar via Zoom
    • 12
    Register

    Coaching the "Great Reset" with CSA Accredited 
    Supervisor
     and MCC Angelos Derlopas 

    The "Great Reset" or "Great Turning" refers to the new conditions created by the pandemic that catalysed changes and habits at work and in life. This accelerated our possibilities to make choices in an intentionally conscious way. A sudden faucet turn off on a global scale that allowed many of us to step off the hamster wheel and step into our temenos. Considering the different cultures of the generations that pass the baton at work and in society that signalled a need to become aware as citizens, fellow humans, coaches, and supervisors.

    As supervisors, with a shared agenda for fairness, equality, and sustainability,  how are we preparing ourselves to enable and catalyse the regeneration of society?

    NB. Participants are asked to have a small amount of beliefs and the willingness to play with new possibilities! Please also have a bowl of wishes in sight.

    Facilitator:  Angelos Derlopas

    Angelos Derlopas is a thought leader and reputed coach; coach educator; mentor and supervisor.

    Founder and Director of Education at Positivity Coaching, Master Certified Coach (ICF MCC-the highest level of accreditation for coaches held by just 4% of all coaches worldwide) with an Advanced Certification in Team Coaching (ICF ACTC) and an Accredited Coach Supervisor (EMCC ESIA).

    30 yrs of business experience. 20,000 hours coaching. Clients in 130 countries. Conference speaker in 3 continents. Trained 1,000 coaches. Academic studies include MBA and MSc in Psychology. Book author. Director of Education of ICF LEVEL 2 accredited coaching educational program. Trains and certifies Mentor Coaches. Subject matter-expert in ICF Global for both the updated Core Competencies and the Team Coaching Competencies. Angelos values include integrity, justice, and human rights.

    https://positivityglobal.org

    Joining: This is a 90 minute webinar - please keep the date/time. The Zoom link will be sent the day before the event. 

    • 10 May 2023
    • 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
    • Webinar via Zoom
    • 14
    Register

    Coaching the "Great Reset" with CSA Accredited 
    Supervisor
     and MCC Angelos Derlopas Angelos Derlopas

    The "Great Reset" or "Great Turning" refers to the new conditions created by the pandemic that catalysed changes and habits at work and in life. This accelerated our possibilities to make choices in an intentionally conscious way. A sudden faucet turn off on a global scale that allowed many of us to step off the hamster wheel and step into our temenos. Considering the different cultures of the generations that pass the baton at work and in society that signalled a need to become aware as citizens, fellow humans, coaches, and supervisors.

    As supervisors, with a shared agenda for fairness, equality, and sustainability, how are we preparing ourselves to enable and catalyse the regeneration of society?

    NB. Participants are asked to have a small amount of beliefs and the willingness to play with new possibilities! Please also have a bowl of wishes in sight.

    Facilitator:  Angelos Derlopas

    Angelos Derlopas is a thought leader and reputed coach; coach educator; mentor and supervisor.

    Founder and Director of Education at Positivity Coaching, Master Certified Coach (ICF MCC-the highest level of accreditation for coaches held by just 4% of all coaches worldwide) with an Advanced Certification in Team Coaching (ICF ACTC) and an Accredited Coach Supervisor (EMCC ESIA).

    30 yrs of business experience. 20,000 hours coaching. Clients in 130 countries. Conference speaker in 3 continents. Trained 1,000 coaches. Academic studies include MBA and MSc in Psychology. Book author. Director of Education of ICF LEVEL 2 accredited coaching educational program. Trains and certifies Mentor Coaches. Subject matter-expert in ICF Global for both the updated Core Competencies and the Team Coaching Competencies. Angelos values include integrity, justice, and human rights.

    https://positivityglobal.org

    Joining: This is a 90 minute webinar - please keep the date/time. The Zoom link will be sent the day before the event. 

    • 22 May 2023
    • 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
    • Webinar via Zoom
    • 10
    Register

    Aware of Awareness and its qualities in coaching supervisionWill Medd

    Awareness is one of those words that we often use quite freely along with its close relatives of being present, mindful, openness and so on. Whether we’re dropping down the “U”, sailing the seven eyes, moving through a drama triangle, or sitting in relational presence, cultivating awareness is at the heart of our supervision. Awareness is at the heart of the mantra ‘who we are is how we supervise’. Yet what about our awareness of being aware of who we are? Sounds enough to give you a headache!

    Don’t worry - this webinar will offer an experiential exploration of ‘awareness’ as ever present and available in ways that are neither claiming an impossible transcendental state nor an infinitely regressive thinking loop! We’ll be exploring the wonderful qualities that emerge when we turn attention into being aware of awareness itself. You’ll come away having experienced inquiries into being aware of awareness and ways to explore this for yourself and with your clients.


    Host: Will Medd

    Will is a CSA Faculty Member, Supervisor, Coach and Meditation teacher. He’s increasingly aware (!) of the ways in which simple practices can bring us to the qualities of awareness in which that can transform our supervision practice.

    While meditation teachings often help us cultivate our observing-self or witness, it was training as a Certified iRest Yoga Nidra teacher that Will realised the value of nondual approaches that turn attention experientially to the place of awareness itself. He brings to this session a curiosity to see what we’ll find together in exploring explicitly our awareness of awareness itself!

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

    • 25 May 2023
    • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Webinar via Zoom
    • 12
    Register

    Aware of Awareness and its qualities in coaching supervisionWill Medd

    Awareness is one of those words that we often use quite freely along with its close relatives of being present, mindful, openness and so on. Whether we’re dropping down the “U”, sailing the seven eyes, moving through a drama triangle, or sitting in relational presence, cultivating awareness is at the heart of our supervision. Awareness is at the heart of the mantra ‘who we are is how we supervise’. Yet what about our awareness of being aware of who we are? Sounds enough to give you a headache!

    Don’t worry - this webinar will offer an experiential exploration of ‘awareness’ as ever present and available in ways that are neither claiming an impossible transcendental state nor an infinitely regressive thinking loop! We’ll be exploring the wonderful qualities that emerge when we turn attention into being aware of awareness itself. You’ll come away having experienced inquiries into being aware of awareness and ways to explore this for yourself and with your clients.


    Host: Will Medd

    Will is a CSA Faculty Member, Supervisor, Coach and Meditation teacher. He’s increasingly aware (!) of the ways in which simple practices can bring us to the qualities of awareness in which that can transform our supervision practice.

    While meditation teachings often help us cultivate our observing-self or witness, it was training as a Certified iRest Yoga Nidra teacher that Will realised the value of nondual approaches that turn attention experientially to the place of awareness itself. He brings to this session a curiosity to see what we’ll find together in exploring explicitly our awareness of awareness itself!

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

Past events

24 Jan 2023 Embodying resilience: accessing inner resolve at difficult times
20 Jan 2023 WriteHere, RightNow
9 Jan 2023 Monday Morning Meditation
12 Dec 2022 Monday Morning Meditation
9 Dec 2022 CSA CPD - Exploring the space of Creativity and Supervision
6 Dec 2022 CSA CPD - Exploring the space of Creativity and Supervision
5 Dec 2022 Monday Morning Meditation
28 Nov 2022 Monday Morning Meditation
21 Nov 2022 CSA CPD - An Inquiry into Freedom, Spontaneity and Not Knowing
21 Nov 2022 Monday Morning Meditation
17 Nov 2022 Coaching at Work Annual Conference
14 Nov 2022 Monday Morning Meditation
11 Nov 2022 CSA CPD - Mask Workshop
7 Nov 2022 Monday Morning Meditation
1 Nov 2022 Cultivating and Choreographing the Rich Tapestry of Whole Hearted Creativity
21 Oct 2022 CSA CPD - Introducing Creativity’s Compass Rose: 8 Ways for You to Own your Creativity and to re-Source Your Practice
20 Oct 2022 Autumn Reflection - Nature inspired guided reflection
17 Oct 2022 CSA CPD - Introducing Creativity’s Compass Rose: 8 Ways for You to Own your Creativity and to re-Source Your Practice
6 Oct 2022 CSA CPD - Working with Metaphors in Supervision: a Clean Language Approach
4 Oct 2022 CSA CPD - Working with Metaphors in Supervision: a Clean Language Approach
7 Sep 2022 Late Summer Reflection - A Pause and Reflection inspired by Nature
25 Aug 2022 CSA CPD - Polyvagal Theory and How is it Relevant to Coaching?
16 Aug 2022 Loyalties @ work: how your family of origin influences your choices and interactions
26 Jul 2022 Pause with Purpose
7 Jul 2022 Karpman Drama Triangle
27 Jun 2022 Pause with Purpose
23 Jun 2022 Summer Reflection - Seasonally inspired guided pause and reflection
22 Jun 2022 Contemplating leadership with Amanda Ridings
21 Jun 2022 The Write Place - 7 Wonders in 7 Weeks - Summer Creativity Challenge
16 Jun 2022 Presence & Theory U
15 Jun 2022 Author Talk: Coaching Supervision Groups: Resourcing Practitioners
9 Jun 2022 Author Talk: Coaching Supervision Groups: Resourcing Practitioners
9 Jun 2022 Embodying resilience – accessing inner resolve at difficult times
26 May 2022 Pause with Purpose
24 May 2022 Climate and Biodiversity Coaching
19 May 2022 The Full Spectrum Model
13 May 2022 The Write Place - The Boot and Pen!
12 May 2022 CSA Annual Conference 2022
28 Apr 2022 CSA CPD - Multi Intelligences in Individual and Collective Supervision
26 Apr 2022 CSA CPD - Multi Intelligences in Individual and Collective Supervision
21 Apr 2022 Supervision & the CSA Approach
14 Apr 2022 CSA CPD - Two Part Experiential Workshop to explore Contracting with Supervision Groups
12 Apr 2022 CSA CPD - Two Part Experiential Workshop to explore Contracting with Supervision Groups
7 Apr 2022 Spring Reflection Workshop
31 Mar 2022 Spring Retreat in Normandy
30 Mar 2022 Sacred Landscape: Insight and Wisdom through the 5 Seasons
29 Mar 2022 The Conscious Coach Retreat
24 Mar 2022 CSA CPD - Aware of Awareness and its qualities in coaching supervision
22 Mar 2022 CSA CPD - Aware of Awareness and its qualities in coaching supervision
10 Feb 2022 Author Talk: Coaching Supervision Groups: Resourcing Practitioners
1 Feb 2022 The Write Place - 28 Day Writing Challenge
27 Jan 2022 Free Introductory Webinar to the CSA Diploma
27 Jan 2022 CSA CPD - Exploring the space of Creativity and Supervision
27 Jan 2022 Free Introductory Webinar to the CSA Diploma
25 Jan 2022 CSA CPD - Exploring the space of Creativity and Supervision
13 Jan 2022 Author Talk: Coaching Supervision Groups: Resourcing Practitioners
12 Jan 2022 Outdoor Intelligence for online coaching.
15 Dec 2021 Free Introductory Webinar to the CSA Diploma
14 Dec 2021 Free Introductory Webinar to the CSA Diploma
9 Dec 2021 Author Talk: Coaching Supervision Groups: Resourcing Practitioners
9 Dec 2021 CSA CPD - Using art as a tool for deepening the awareness of the Self
7 Dec 2021 CSA CPD - Using art as a tool for deepening the awareness of the Self
6 Dec 2021 CaW - Coaching in a Thinking Environment
30 Nov 2021 Where’s the line: How to support a coaching client’s mental wellbeing?
24 Nov 2021 Cultivating and Choreographing the Rich Tapestry of Whole Hearted Creativity
18 Nov 2021 Gems from Julie: Take a Sneak-Peek into JJC's Huge Coaching Toolkit
27 Oct 2021 Autumn Reflection Workshop (Morning)
21 Oct 2021 Loyalty @ work: how to use loyalty as a catalyst for positive change in coaching and supervision
20 Oct 2021 How can Positive Intelligence Empower People to be Happier and More Productive at Work?
19 Oct 2021 Loyalty @ work: how to use loyalty as a catalyst for positive change in coaching and supervision
28 Sep 2021 CSA - Certificate in Developing Self as Group Coaching Supervisor
23 Sep 2021 Asia Pacific Coaching Supervision Gathering
16 Sep 2021 Opposites in the Space of Supervision
16 Sep 2021 Team Coaching Approach - So you think you’re coaching your team?
14 Sep 2021 Late Summer Reflection Workshop (Evening)
14 Sep 2021 Opposites in the Space of Supervision
8 Sep 2021 Late Summer Reflection Workshop (Morning)
15 Jul 2021 Working with Unknowing in Coaching and Supervision
12 Jul 2021 Working with Unknowing in Coaching and Supervision
29 Jun 2021 Summer Reflection Workshop
22 Jun 2021 Summer Reflection Workshop
18 Jun 2021 The Write Place
18 Jun 2021 The Write Place
16 Jun 2021 Who’s Helping Your Coaches Grow? - Should coaching supervision be a ‘must’ for your internal and external coaches?
10 Jun 2021 Supervising Groups – How am I showing up?
8 Jun 2021 Supervising Groups – How am I showing up?
20 May 2021 Everyone Calls Themselves a Coach - Essential criteria to discern your perfect match
20 May 2021 CSA Spring Conference Day
14 May 2021 Using art as a catalyst for deepening the awareness of the 'self'
29 Apr 2021 Fourth Annual Americas Coaching Supervision Conference
21 Apr 2021 Founders & Start-ups - Why your next investment should be a coach
8 Apr 2021 Spring Reflection Workshop
25 Mar 2021 Supervising Groups – How am I showing up?
23 Mar 2021 Supervising Groups – How am I showing up?
9 Mar 2021 Winter Reflection Workshop - Free Webinar
25 Feb 2021 Integration of Theory U in Practice
4 Feb 2021 Empowerment in Health & Wellness
19 Jan 2021 Reimagine Leadership reunion/new beginnings
21 Dec 2020 The Write Place
21 Dec 2020 The Write Place
23 Nov 2020 Setting Sail for 2021 – Coaching Supervision Academy – North America
12 Nov 2020 Falling in Love with Creative Reflection
28 Oct 2020 Setting Sail for 2021 – Coaching Supervision Academy – North America
18 Aug 2020 Loyalties @ work: how your family of origin influences your career choices

N.B. Unless stated event times displayed are UK Timezone

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