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    • 12 Apr 2022
    • 21 Jun 2022
    • 2 sessions
    • Virtual via Zoom
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    Alison Hodge

    Two Part Experiential Workshop to explore Contracting with Supervision

    Two 90 minute interactive webinars facilitated by Dr Alison Hodge

    “Contracting” in supervision is a fascinating and complex discipline for us all to master.  Contracting with groups of coaches is an order of magnitude more complex.  We would like to invite you to a live experience in contracting to extend your flexibility and strengthen your capacity to build safe containers for your supervisees. 

    Whilst most of us are familiar with contracting 1 to 1 in a coaching or supervision setting, we may have less experience or practice of doing this with groups.  We will be exploring what changes when the contract involves multiple stakeholders.

    In Part 1
    We’ll explore the diverse phenomena that may exist as a group of external coaches come together for group supervision.    We’ll look at your own relationship with groups.  We’ll explore some of the practicalities of getting started as well as what is going on relationally when a group comes together and how we might attend to these.     

    Groups

    In Part 2
    We will extend our inquiry to look at the additional elements and layers of setting up group supervision for internal coaches, who is involved, how we negotiate the “business end” of the contract with the sponsor and how we engage and contract with the coaches themselves. 

    To respect the confidentiality of everyone in the room, we will not be recording these sessions – and let’s notice how this may impact our capacity to engage, feel safe and participate.

    Dr Alison Hodge is a member of the CSA Executive and Senior Faculty member, she has been working and contracting with learning groups as both participant and facilitator since 1985.


    Please Note:
    Part 1 will be held on the 12th April and Part 2 on the 21st June, both sessions will run from 08:00 - 09:30 (London) and the second part will build on the dialogue and content from the first. Registrations are accepted for both sessions and no refunds will be given if you are unable to attend one of the booked sessions.

    • 14 Apr 2022
    • 23 Jun 2022
    • 2 sessions
    • Virtual via Zoom
    • 1
    Register

    Alison Hodge

    Two Part Experiential Workshop to explore Contracting with Supervision

    Two 90 minute interactive webinars facilitated by Dr Alison Hodge

    “Contracting” in supervision is a fascinating and complex discipline for us all to master.  Contracting with groups of coaches is an order of magnitude more complex.  We would like to invite you to a live experience in contracting to extend your flexibility and strengthen your capacity to build safe containers for your supervisees. 

    Whilst most of us are familiar with contracting 1 to 1 in a coaching or supervision setting, we may have less experience or practice of doing this with groups.  We will be exploring what changes when the contract involves multiple stakeholders.

    In Part 1
    We’ll explore the diverse phenomena that may exist as a group of external coaches come together for group supervision.    We’ll look at your own relationship with groups.  We’ll explore some of the practicalities of getting started as well as what is going on relationally when a group comes together and how we might attend to these.     

    Groups

    In Part 2
    We will extend our inquiry to look at the additional elements and layers of setting up group supervision for internal coaches, who is involved, how we negotiate the “business end” of the contract with the sponsor and how we engage and contract with the coaches themselves. 

    To respect the confidentiality of everyone in the room, we will not be recording these sessions – and let’s notice how this may impact our capacity to engage, feel safe and participate.

    Dr Alison Hodge is a member of the CSA Executive and Senior Faculty member, she has been working and contracting with learning groups as both participant and facilitator since 1985.


    Please Note:
    Part 1 will be held on the 12th April and Part 2 on the 21st June, both sessions will run from 08:00 - 09:30 (London) and the second part will build on the dialogue and content from the first. Registrations are accepted for both sessions and no refunds will be given if you are unable to attend one of the booked sessions.

    • 24 May 2022
    • Virtual

    Climate Biodiversity Coaching

    Climate and Biodiversity Coaching

    Jackie Arnold and colleague Lydia Stevens are hosting a course for supervisors wishing to integrate skills, reflection, journaling and specific techniques to address confidence when coaches are introducing climate and biodiversity into their coaching & supervision conversations.

    There is a good deal of emotional trauma surrounding these conversations. Feelings of loss sadness and overwhelm can often arise. This course aims to support participants to feel better equipped to deal with these strong emotions and to share experience and delve into climate science in a safe environment.


    WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR?

    • Skilled internal and external coaches or supervisors who want to use their knowledge and expertise in the field of climate and biodiversity coaching and supervision

    • Senior people in business or consultants who have coaching as part of their function: for example Human Resources, Organisational Development, Learning and Development, Heads of Departments

    • Participants will be looking for a challenging, ICF accredited program that can provide an excellent forum for learning and development.


    BY THE END OF THIS COURSE YOU WILL BE ABLE TO

    • Embody a climate coaching mindset

    • Establish and maintain agreements and responsibility

    • Understand how you can come across as a climate and biodiversity coach

    • Demonstrate ethical practice

    • Draw on climate related emotional intelligence

    • Think and relate systematically

    • Integrate climate science into coaching without attachment


    ADDITIONAL BENEFITS

    • ICF Continuing Coach Education Units (CCEUs)

    • Belonging to a global, diverse community of like-minded professionals

    • A more integrated coaching and supervision practice


    Visit the Climate Biodiversity Coaching site for more information and to book your place 

    • 26 May 2022
    • Virtual

    Pause with purpose: bringing meditation into the midst of life

    A unique day of bringing meditation right into the heart of what you do, into the midst of your normal everyday life.

    Hosted by CSA Faculty member Will Medd

    Pause with Purpose


    About this event

    A unique day of bringing meditation right into the heart of what you do, into the midst of your normal everyday life.

    “Very different to anything I’ve done previously, participating enabled me to make a different choice from a more spacious place where I could see more options available and while not drastic, they felt profound. It was like time was less scarce despite having lots to do.”

    “Stopping to reflect and meditate at regular points during the day helped me to stay connected to what I was doing and made me more aware of how I was moving though my day the day turned out to be one of my most productive days for a long time.”

    “I had lots of things to distract me, the non-retreat helped me stay on track. And I could have been very stressed, instead approached the day with curiosity and learnt loads! Very productive and enjoyable day!”


    This day of non-retreat on Zoom will invite you to :

    - bring a sense of heartfelt purpose alive and present in the midst of your everyday life

    - to nurture a sense of responding fully to what life is presenting, rather than what you wish it was or should have done

    - begin from a place of ‘I am enough’ while nourishing a sense of feeling safe, secure and belonging

    - notice what pulls you away from recognising presence


    What will the day involve?

    You will be going about your normal day. So, no major changes to your diary required except for the addition of a series of interventions.


    Full details and boking information can be found on our Eventbrite page

    I've not set a charge for this event - instead I ask you to make a contribution based on the value the day will bring to you and in relation to what's affordable to you, while recognising my time and energy designing and running the day (that's why I've set the Eventbrite to 'donate' - rather than a fixed cost for a ticket)

    • 9 Jun 2022
    • 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Perth Subud Centre, 7 St Leonards Bank Perth PH2 8EB

    Amanda Ridings

    Embodying resilience –
    accessing inner resolve at difficult times

    An introductory Leadership Embodiment workshop with Amanda Ridings

    Subud Centre, Perth

    Event outline and details (pdf)

    About this workshop…
    This workshop is for all those who wish to develop a steadier presence in the push and pull of life and work, whether you are completely new to Leadership Embodiment practices or have previous experience and wish to reconnect with them. The practices will enhance both your self-leadership and your interactions with others.

    Over the day, you can expect to gain insight into your habits and patterns when you’re under pressure and to experience how to change your relationship to demanding or charged circumstances so that you handle them more skilfully.

    What to expect…
    We’ll be moving around and making gentle physical contact with each other on hands and arms. You should wear comfortable clothes and flat, comfortable indoor shoes. Our work will be mainly experiential, with brief opportunities to share learning after each activity.

    The workshop take place in the Subud Centre, a 5-minute walk from Perth train station – and parking is also available. We will begin at 9.30am and finish at 5pm.

    Practicalities…
    The fee for the workshop is £150, payable on booking. VAT does not apply as I keep my business small to support balance in my life. The fee is not refundable if you cancel or are unable to attend at short notice. It may be possible to offer you a place on a future workshop - but there’s currently too much uncertainty to commit to this.

    Places are limited to twelve - to request a booking form, please email me at

    amanda@originate.org.uk

    Read full description here


    • 16 Jun 2022
    • 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (UTC+08:00)
    • Virtual

    FREE SPRING INTRODUCTORY WEBINARS

    Are you interested but still feel unsure? Or perhaps you have unanswered questions?

    We are offering 4 x 60minute Free Interactive Webinars to give a taster of the CSA approach.

    Come along, listen, join in, find out more about us and what this fabulous course offers.

    All dates to be held at 9am – 10am Singapore (SGT)

    Webinar 3:
    Presence & Theory U with Leanne Lowish
    Thursday 16th June 2022

    Webinar 4:
    Karpman Drama Triangle with Sabreena Andriesz
    Thursday 7th July 2022


    If you would like to join us, pop the date in your diary NOW!

    Then send a quick email to sam@csa-ap.com saying which webinars you are interested in and Sam will send out log in details to you.

    Details and details for the next AP Diploma


    • 21 Jun 2022
    • Virtual
    Register

    “The Write Place”

    "7 Wonders in 7 Weeks - Summer Creativity Challenge"

    The Write Place

    Beginning Tuesday 21st June

    We are delighted to invite you to join us on our new summer offer from the “The Write Place” ™
    7 Wonders in 7 Weeks - Summer Creativity Challenge

    from Elaine Patterson and Karyn Prentice at PattersonPrenticeDesigns


    Summer Solstice


    Your Invitation:

    Draw on the sparkle of mid-June to free your imagination and lovingly breathe exhilaration into writing from the heart to refresh your creative practice in the joy and ripeness of Summer’s fire (if you are in the northern hemisphere) or Winter’s stillness (if you are in the Southern hemisphere) themed on the 7 modern wonders of the world – and the 8th wonder which is you.

    This is an opportunity for you to welcome in the mid-year and to engage your creative self on a seven-week project launched with a Welcome and Opening Webinar on Tuesday 21st June – with the mid-year Solstice.

    Our Design:

    In mid-June you will receive a Welcome Pack from us offering you hints and tips to ready yourself for our journey!

    We will gather in an Opening Salon at either 8.00am or 3.00pm GMT for 75 minutes on Tuesday 21st June on Zoom. Here we will launch our Creativity Challenge feeling our way into the joy of writing, and the energy of community in anticipation of exploring our creativity alone together.

    From the 21st June you will then receive 7 weekly challenges direct into your email inbox as you (and we together) embark in spirit in a summer- long personal inquiry inspired by the 7 Wonders of the modern world.

    Please feel encouraged to explore many different methods like clay pottery, painting, sketching, music, or any crafts or simply take up your pen in any way you would like to explore. We will give a little background to each of the 7 Wonders as well as offer you hints and tips which you can use as your own launchpad into your own inquiries and design.

    You are invited to go on your own inner odyssey, to work at your own pace, to indulge your senses, to play, to have fun and to luxuriate experiences of summer (if you are in the northern hemisphere) or winter (if you are in the southern hemisphere). The Challenges are completely portable so you can continue to participate wherever you go for your holidays!

    The seven weeks then culminate in a second and Closing Salon at either 8.00am or 3.00pm GMT for 75 minutes on Tuesday 6th September on Zoom to celebrate our shared odyssey and to our experiences and learning from our process alone and together.

    Please note you are welcome to participate in the Challenge without any obligation to attend either the Opening or Closing Salons.

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

    Full details about this New Reflective Writing opportunity here 

    Karyn Prentice and Elaine Patterson

    Karyn Prentice     Elaine Patterson

    • 22 Jun 2022
    • 6:00 PM
    • Falkland Palace, Falkland, Fife, KY15 7BY

    Amanda Ridings

    Contemplating leadership with Amanda Ridings

    Two days of dialogue in Falkland, Fife

    22-24 June 2022, in person



    Leadership Contemplations

    What we’ll do together…

    This event is an in-person ‘breathing space’ for a small group of leaders and practitioners, in which we’ll reflect on our leadership practice and reconnect with our leadership spirit. Together, we’ll:

    • Use pieces from my book, Weekly Leadership Contemplations, as a framework for exploring our leadership experiences; and

    • Enjoy the ‘food for thought’ generated by the sort of conversations with kindred spirits that may have recently been in short supply.

    We’ll gather for a light supper on the evening of Wednesday 22 June and spend time creating good conditions for the conversations that will follow. In four sessions, we’ll explore the themes of self-leadership, leadership in conversations, leadership perspectives, and leading and learning.

    Places are limited to ten.

    Contemplating Leadership Brochure

    Booking form

    • 23 Jun 2022
    • 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
    • Virtual via Zoom


    Join us for a spacious hour of Pause and Reflection, inspired by Summer's abundance, warmth and glorious colour.

    Come and join CSA Faculty members Liz Nottingham and Doug Montgomery for their Summer Seasonal Reflection workshop.

    About this Event

    Summer is the season of fire and joy, growth and abundance.

    It is the season when all the hard work and preparation of winter and spring come to fruition and produce gardens and parks full of colourful flowers and lush grass. The days are long, the sun high in the sky, the evenings balmy. It is the season of ice creams, barbecues, and time with friends in the outdoors. Every Season has it's place and purpose in nature’s cycle.

    Join Liz Nottingham and Doug Montgomery in our Science meets Creativity Summer Reflection. Using the metaphor and qualities of the season as the inspiration for a spacious hour of quiet and deep personal reflection on what the Summer means for you and what do you want to get from it.

    Join us with a cool drink and pens and paper at the ready as we invite you to attend to your Summer time.

    If you missed the Autumn and Winter or Spring reflection workshops, here is what participants said:

    Thank you, Doug and Liz, for a wonderfully reflective and rich session, beautiful, heartily recommend to anyone who can make the next one!

    It was beautiful - an autumnal golden hour. Thank you. Such a lovely start to the day.

    I loved it! What a beautiful space you guys created, many many thanks.

    It was great. Just what I needed.

    Thanks for such a wonderful session. It was good to make time to reflect on the last year and to think about the things that will nourish and sustain me through winter and beyond. You complement each other well and created a warm cosy atmosphere - we could have been gathered round a winter's fire.

    Price £30 per person - Book your place here:

    https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/201827761267


    • 7 Jul 2022
    • 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (UTC+08:00)
    • Virtual

    FREE SPRING INTRODUCTORY WEBINARS

    Are you interested but still feel unsure? Or perhaps you have unanswered questions?

    We are offering 4 x 60minute Free Interactive Webinars to give a taster of the CSA approach.

    Come along, listen, join in, find out more about us and what this fabulous course offers.

    All dates to be held at 9am – 10am Singapore (SGT)

    Webinar 4:
    Karpman Drama Triangle with Sabreena Andriesz
    Thursday 7th April 2022


    If you would like to join us, pop the date in your diary NOW!

    Then send a quick email to sam@csa-ap.com saying which webinars you are interested in and Sam will send out log in details to you.

    Details and dates for the next AP Diploma


    • 7 Sep 2022
    • 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
    • Virtual via Zoom

    late summer reflections

    Join us for a spacious hour of Pause and Reflection inspired by the qualities images and metaphors of Late Summer

    Come and join CSA Faculty members Liz Nottingham and Doug Montgomery for their Late Summer Seasonal Reflection workshop.

    About this Event

    Late Summer is the transition from high summer to early autumn. It is the time of the year in which we often get to fully enjoy the work and preparation we put in during the of winter and spring. Gardens and parks are full of beautiful colourful flowers. Soft fruit is in abundance and tomatoes and apples are ripening. The veg garden is in full production.

    Although the days are staring to shorten and we may long for summer to last just a little longer, we know that each balmy evening is to be savoured.

    Every Season has its place and purpose in nature’s cycle. Join Liz Nottingham and Doug Montgomery for their Science meets Creativity Late Summer Reflection.

    Using the metaphor and qualities of the season as the inspiration for a spacious hour of deep reflection on what the Late Summer means for you.

    Please join us with a pen, paper, some crayons and a cup of something lovely!

    If you missed our previous reflection sessions, here is what some participants said:

    Thank you, Doug and Liz, for a wonderfully reflective and rich session, beautiful, heartily recommend to anyone who can make the next one!

    It was beautiful - an autumnal golden hour. Thank you. Such a lovely start to the day. · I loved it! What a beautiful space you guys created, many many thanks.

    It was great. Just what I needed.

    Thanks for such a wonderful session. It was good to make time to reflect on the last year and to think about the things that will nourish and sustain me through winter and beyond. You complement each other well and created a warm cosy atmosphere - we could have been gathered round a winter's fire.

    Price £30 per person - Book your place here:

    https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/202088661627


    • 4 Oct 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
    • Webinar via Zoom
    • 16
    Register

    Lynne Cooper

    Working with Metaphors in Supervision: a Clean Language Approach

    Metaphors are fundamental to language, offering a shorthand way of describing something in terms of another thing or experience.  Clean Language originator David Grove explained, ‘Metaphor mediates the interface between conscious and unconscious processes’, which affords us the ability for powerful exploration in supervision.

    This highly interactive webinar focusses on how to work Cleanly with supervisees’ metaphors, how to elicit metaphors, and how not to influence others’ metaphors.  You’ll practise tuning your ear for metaphors and symbols, ask Clean Questions, draw out and develop supervisee’s metaphorical descriptions and pay close attention to language.  You’ll experience how this approach, combined with a strong relational presence, offers access to unconscious thinking, quickly and easily.

    Host: Lynne Cooper

    Lynne Cooper has been supervising for 12 years (CSA Accredited) and coaching for over 20. She is an Accredited Master Executive Coach and Honorary Life Fellow of the Association for Coaching.  Since 2002 she has pioneered the practical application of Clean Language and Symbolic Modelling approaches in organisations. Lynne is the co-developer of the Five-Minute Coach, trains Clean approaches to Coaches and Supervisors, and is a tutor on two accredited Coach training programmes.  She is a member of CSA faculty and is Leading the Design and Development team for the UK17 Diploma Programme. 

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

    • 6 Oct 2022
    • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Webinar via Zoom
    • 18
    Register

    Lynne Cooper

    Working with Metaphors in Supervision: a Clean Language Approach

    Metaphors are fundamental to language, offering a shorthand way of describing something in terms of another thing or experience.  Clean Language originator David Grove explained, ‘Metaphor mediates the interface between conscious and unconscious processes’, which affords us the ability for powerful exploration in supervision.

    This highly interactive webinar focusses on how to work Cleanly with supervisees’ metaphors, how to elicit metaphors, and how not to influence others’ metaphors.  You’ll practise tuning your ear for metaphors and symbols, ask Clean Questions, draw out and develop supervisee’s metaphorical descriptions and pay close attention to language.  You’ll experience how this approach, combined with a strong relational presence, offers access to unconscious thinking, quickly and easily.

    Host: Lynne Cooper

    Lynne Cooper has been supervising for 12 years (CSA Accredited) and coaching for over 20. She is an Accredited Master Executive Coach and Honorary Life Fellow of the Association for Coaching.  Since 2002 she has pioneered the practical application of Clean Language and Symbolic Modelling approaches in organisations. Lynne is the co-developer of the Five-Minute Coach, trains Clean approaches to Coaches and Supervisors, and is a tutor on two accredited Coach training programmes.  She is a member of CSA faculty and is Leading the Design and Development team for the UK17 Diploma Programme. 

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

    • 20 Oct 2022
    • 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
    • Virtual via Zoom

    autumn reflection

    Pause with us to reflect and harvest inspired by Autumn's purpose and qualities.

    Come and join CSA Faculty members Liz Nottingham and Doug Montgomery for their Autumn Seasonal Reflection workshop.

    About this Event

    This workshop is spacious pause to reflect creatively on the metaphorical gifts of autumn as we pickle and preserve our own harvest and prepare for the winter ahead. Autumn is a time of harvest as well as a time to clear, prune and slow down as we make room in our lives for new growth. It is a time to prepare our winter store cupboard to support, delight, and sustain us as we move forward into the new year.

    Each season has its own special purpose and energy. Every season also connects with our human rhythm of life. And every season is unique to it's particular year. Each season in turn prepares us for the next season and takes it's lead from the previous season. It's important that we slow down in the busy-ness to reflect on what this season is bringing us, challenges and gifts and to make the most of it's harvest.

    Please join us with a pen, paper, some crayons and a cup of something lovely and warming!

    If you missed our previous reflection sessions, here is what some participants said:

    Thank you, Doug and Liz, for a wonderfully reflective and rich session, beautiful, heartily recommend to anyone who can make the next one!

    It was beautiful - an autumnal golden hour. Thank you. Such a lovely start to the day. · I loved it! What a beautiful space you guys created, many many thanks.

    It was great. Just what I needed.

    Thanks for such a wonderful session. It was good to make time to reflect on the last year and to think about the things that will nourish and sustain me through winter and beyond. You complement each other well and created a warm cosy atmosphere - we could have been gathered round a winter's fire.

    Price £30 per person - Book your place here:

    https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/202089413877

    • 1 Nov 2022
    • Virtual via Zoom

    tapestry

    A Virtual 12 month Inquiry to re-Source You and re-Vitalise your Professional Life

    A new EMCC Global Quality Award Level 5 Bespoke Accredited Practitioner Diploma Programme from PattersonPrenticeDesigns

    Join us to explore your creativity to craft soulful change in a confusing world!

    Your head, your heart and your soul will thank you!

    Elaine and Karyn from PattersonPrenticeDesigns invite you to join them on their beautifully curated flagship Diploma journey with blends latest thinking with our love of the arts, music, poetry, film, design and nature in a supportive community of like-minded professionals!

    We invite you to hear your soul calling to you to gift yourself a precious and spacious year where you can explore the warp and weft of your own unique creativity, as you immerse yourself in the juices and the droughts of the creative cycle and experience first-hand the seasonal joys and frustrations of bringing your own creative project of your own choosing to life.

    "I will not die an unlived life. I will not live in fear of falling or catching fire. I choose to inhabit my days, to allow my living to open me, to make me less afraid, more accessible, to loosen my heart until it becomes a wing, a torch, a promise. I choose to risk my significance; to live so that which came to me as a seed goes to the next as a blossom and that which came to me as a blossom, goes on as fruit.”

    Dawna Markova, Ph.D WRITER, SPEAKER

    A detailed outline of this programme  

    For more information or to book your place please email either Elaine at elaine@ep-ec.com or Karyn at karyn@fletcherprentice.com

    We look forward to hearing from you!

Past events

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
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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