Upcoming events

    • 14 Sep 2021
    • 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM (UTC+01:00)
    • Webinar via Zoom
    • 10
    Register

    Opposites in the space of supervision

    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

    • 16 Sep 2021
    • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (UTC+02:00)
    • Virtual via Zoom

    JJC CoachingThis series is being offered by CSA accredited Supervisor Julie Johnson.

    Webinars in this series are intended for those interested learning more about coaching and the impact that these distinct and transformational conversations can have on individuals, teams, organizations and this world.

    Team Coaching Approach - So you think you’re coaching your team?

    A football audience and the football team on the field differ. The former has a common interest, the latter a common goal.

    Would you like to verify whether you are really coaching your team? Join one of the top team coaches around in order to gain insights on the following:

    Do you actually have a team? Clarify the essential characteristics that define a team.

    Are you currently coaching your team? Learn what team coaching really looks like.

    What are the benefits of developing a team coaching approach with your team?

    Hear a few true stories for inspiration.

    Why bother to coach your team?

    Research shows that the ROI of taking a team coaching approach contributes an average increase of 20-25% in positivity and productivity.

    Webinar Leaders:

    Peter Hård – Certified Team Performance Coach, Faculty at Team Coaching International (TCI), ICF Subject matter Expert on Team Coaching

    Leni Christine Jebsen – Certified Organization & Relationship Systems Coach, Faculty at Team Coaching International and Owner of c-Momentum


    https://www.julie-johnson-consulting.com/blog_view/Coaching_is_an_Art_Webinars_and_Events

    • 16 Sep 2021
    • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM (UTC+01:00)
    • Webinar via Zoom
    • 8
    Register

    Opposites in the space of supervision

    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

    • 23 Sep 2021
    • 12:00 PM (UTC+08:00)
    • 24 Sep 2021
    • 4:00 PM (UTC+08:00)
    • Virtual via Zoom

    Asia Pacific Coaching Supervision Gathering

    DAY 1: Thursday 23rd September 2021
    @ 12pm-4pm SGT/ 2-6pm AEST/ 4-8pm NZST

    DAY 2: Friday 24th September 2021
    @ 8am-12pm SGT/ 10am-2pm AEST/ 12pm-4pm NZST


    Leanne Lowish is delighted to announce our Gathering for coaches and supervisors in the Asia Pac region.

    “As a New Zealander, I would love to adopt the spirit of the Maori term, ‘Hui' for the meeting of our community. For me, this means people coming together to listen and be heard, to share and understand, and to be open to new wisdom.  Let’s come together in the spirit of community and celebrate the wisdom in our region.”

    The Gathering will be over two days, each will include workshops and experiences for a wide professional community. There will be a range of topics suitable for experienced practitioners and those new to supervision. 

    The link to book via Eventbrite will be coming soon.

    Email: sam@csa-ap.com for details

    Do share this with your friends and colleagues - everyone is welcome!


    • 28 Sep 2021
    • (UTC+01:00)
    • Virtual via Zoom - UK/US from Sep 2021 to Sep 2022 & APAC from Feb 2022 - Feb 2023
    Register

    Certificate logo

    Dr Alison Hodge

    Dr Kathryn Downing





    with Dr Alison Hodge and Dr Kathryn M Downing

    Join us for a year of engaging in a deep, emergent exploration into group supervision underpinned and informed by an action research approach. Based around adult learning theory this is about reflection on practice. This is about groups and group facilitation and who are we as supervisors in this practice. As we create the container we will enable those who come into our supervision groups to continue to learn and grow in their practice because of our capability, flexibility, and capacity.

    We will meet as a whole cohort for the core of the program for three, two-day modules and a final integration day. The cohort will be small, between 12 and 18 at the maximum. In the final day you will have an opportunity, as a cohort, to share your integrated view of who you have become as group supervisors.

    The learning happens throughout the year. We would like everybody to form peer practice groups, which will be rich with feedback and learning. These will be two and a half hour sessions meeting at least 6 times.

    We've found that tutorials are invaluable. The group comes together with questions about your practice, about your reading, and about theory, practice and experiences with the modules. We support with inquiry, guidance, suggestions and examples.

    As participants each of you will be running a group of your own, and that's almost a prerequisite before you join the program. Having an active group running, with at least six sessions over the 12 months will provide you with live experience in your own client work. You will commit to be in your own supervision of your supervision of groups with at least six sessions over the 12 months.

    Each of you will develop a learning portfolio throughout the year. The portfolio can be in the form of photographs, recordings, diary, journaling, however you like to do that. And of course, a reading list to die for, some of which you will be familiar with and some will be new to you. Given the breadth and depth of experience in this group, there will be additional books you may like to add to the reading list.

    What you can expect:

    • Discover more about yourself as supervisor in the group context
    • Investigate the unique elements of group supervision
    • Explore group dynamics
    • Deepen your commitment to diversity, inclusion and cross-cultural awareness.
    • Deepen your use of observing and naming psychodynamics at play
    • Engage in action learning sets
    • Cultivate an inquiring practitioner stance
    • Inform your work by considering the research within coaching supervision and group supervision


    Date & Key Themes for the 3 modules:

    UK/US

    Module 1: 28-29 September 2021
    Cultivation of self with a focus on self in relationships in groups.

    Module 2: 8-9 February 2022
    Facilitation processes, awareness and tasks with an eye on individual and group development.

    Module 3: 7-8 June 2022
    Improvisation and Artistry in group supervision.

    and 15 September 2022 – Integration Day

    Times - This will be delivered virtually via Zoom: click here to download a full schedule for the UK programme

    UK 14.00 – 20.00
    USA (EST) 9.00-15.00


    Programme Cost:

    Early Bird before 30 June 2021: £5750 +UK VAT

    Standard Rate from 01 July 2021: £6250 +UK VAT


    Asia/Pacific 

    Dates with times more suitable for those in Asia/Pacific time zones are also now confirmed. Please click here to see the full details or click here to see the programme schedule 

    We will be starting on 23rd February 2022 leading to Integration day on the 16th February 2023. Please register interest or email us if you are interested in this programme.


    Registering Interest:

    You can register your interest in this programme here. This assumes no commitment yet on our/your part. All those who express interest will be invited to a brief conversation with either Alison or Kathryn to explore the programme in more details and answer any questions you may have.

    Places on this programme are strictly limited and will Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis following the conversations. 


    Dr Alison Hodge and Dr Kathryn M Downing are on LinkedIn:

    https://www.linkedin.com/in/kathryndowning

    https://www.linkedin.com/in/alison-hodge


    • 19 Oct 2021
    • 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM (UTC+01:00)
    • Webinar via Zoom
    • 19
    Register

    Loyalty @ work: how to use loyalty as a catalyst for positive change in coaching and supervision

    Your family of origin is your first context. This is where you get a blueprint of the important life themes. This is where you learn to deal with good and bad, recognition and punishment, power and authority, emotions and logic, ,…

    This happens both consciously and unconsciously. With this blueprint, you enter your work context. Loyalty towards your family of origin influences your way of functioning at work and your collaboration with colleagues.

    In this webinar you discover how underlying processes and patterns of loyalty manifest in your life. Increased awareness helps you to make conscious choices when dealing with professional challenges in a more constructive way. Living more in alignment with your essence and at the same time staying loyal to you family will create inner peace. It will give meaning to your life.

    Furthermore the insights you gain from this lecture will help you to address these themes with your clients.

    3 main learning outcomes of the webinar

    1. Insights on how loyalty towards your family of origin impacts your career choices

    2. How you can transform hidden/negative loyalty in to constructive loyalty

    3. Reflective questions on how to explore this topic with your clients


    Host: Thea Bombeek

    Thea has more than 20 years’ experience in international companies (KBC-CBC and KPMG). Her strengths lie particularly in the areas of authentic leadership, personal development, organisational culture, purpose, communication and dealing with loss.

    Thea has Master’s degrees in History of Art (University of Ghent) and in Human Resources Management (Antwerp Management School). She is a Master Certified Coach (ICF), a Certified Transformation Presence Coach and Mentor (Alan Seale), and a contextual-systemic therapist (Leren over Leven). She is a CSA graduate (2019) and she is the first EMCC accredited supervisor in Belgium.

    Thea is the former chair of the International Coach Federation Belgium.

    She is the author of the book: ‘Hoe overleef ik mijn collega’s: tools voor zelfvertrouwen op het werk’ (LannooCampus, 2018) (How to survive your colleagues: tools for self-confidence at work).

    Interest in the topic.

    Thea Bombeek is currently researching the topic of loyalty and how this influences both career choices and the behaviour at work as she is currently writing a book on the topic of ‘loyalty@work’

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

    • 20 Oct 2021
    • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (UTC+02:00)
    • Virtual via Zoom

    JJC CoachingThis series is being offered by CSA accredited Supervisor Julie Johnson.

    Webinars in this series are intended for those interested learning more about coaching and the impact that these distinct and transformational conversations can have on individuals, teams, organizations and this world.

    How can Positive Intelligence Empower People to be Happier and More Productive at Work?

    The more time people in your company spend in positive emotion, the higher your company will fly. Research shows that well-being, performance, and team collaboration are enhanced when employees are pulled by the delight of success rather than pushed by the fear of failure. In this JJC webinar, you will experience shifting to positive emotion in real-time using mental fitness and begin to understand the Positive Intelligence (PQ) operating system and its applications. You will also imagine how PQ can drive performance and results in your company today.

    Webinar Leaders:

    Dana Lefeuvre, International Master Certified Coach & ICF Mentor Coach

    Jane Mobille, Professional Certified Coach, Executive & Communications Coach

    Dana and Jane have completed Positive Intelligence’s Certification program and are providing individual and group PQ coaching to executives around the world. They have practiced mental fitness daily since September 2020.

    https://www.julie-johnson-consulting.com/blog_view/Coaching_is_an_Art_Webinars_and_Events

    • 21 Oct 2021
    • 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM (UTC+01:00)
    • Webinar via Zoom
    • 16
    Register

    Loyalty @ work: how to use loyalty as a catalyst for positive change in coaching and supervision

    Your family of origin is your first context. This is where you get a blueprint of the important life themes. This is where you learn to deal with good and bad, recognition and punishment, power and authority, emotions and logic, ,…

    This happens both consciously and unconsciously. With this blueprint, you enter your work context. Loyalty towards your family of origin influences your way of functioning at work and your collaboration with colleagues.

    In this webinar you discover how underlying processes and patterns of loyalty manifest in your life. Increased awareness helps you to make conscious choices when dealing with professional challenges in a more constructive way. Living more in alignment with your essence and at the same time staying loyal to you family will create inner peace. It will give meaning to your life.

    Furthermore the insights you gain from this lecture will help you to address these themes with your clients.

    3 main learning outcomes of the webinar

    1. Insights on how loyalty towards your family of origin impacts your career choices

    2. How you can transform hidden/negative loyalty in to constructive loyalty

    3. Reflective questions on how to explore this topic with your clients


    Host: Thea Bombeek

    Thea has more than 20 years’ experience in international companies (KBC-CBC and KPMG). Her strengths lie particularly in the areas of authentic leadership, personal development, organisational culture, purpose, communication and dealing with loss.

    Thea has Master’s degrees in History of Art (University of Ghent) and in Human Resources Management (Antwerp Management School). She is a Master Certified Coach (ICF), a Certified Transformation Presence Coach and Mentor (Alan Seale), and a contextual-systemic therapist (Leren over Leven). She is a CSA graduate (2019) and she is the first EMCC accredited supervisor in Belgium.

    Thea is the former chair of the International Coach Federation Belgium.

    She is the author of the book: ‘Hoe overleef ik mijn collega’s: tools voor zelfvertrouwen op het werk’ (LannooCampus, 2018) (How to survive your colleagues: tools for self-confidence at work).

    Interest in the topic.

    Thea Bombeek is currently researching the topic of loyalty and how this influences both career choices and the behaviour at work as she is currently writing a book on the topic of ‘loyalty@work’

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

    • 24 Nov 2021
    • (UTC-00:00)
    • Virtual via Zoom

    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

    “Each of us holds a thread of some vast tapestry that we cannot know alone. It is in that awareness that we gather, laying down our burdens lifting up the threads”

    Extract from Judy Brown’s poem 'Retreat’

    Join us for a year long beautifully curated journey where you can cultivate and choreograph the essence of your own whole hearted creativity into a rich tapestry which will both re-Source you and re-Vitalise your professional practice in this new Global Diploma on-line programme.

    You will journey in community with like-minded professionals as we weave the threads of six creative thresholds of any creative journey into your own new ‘tapestries’ of being and doing - and which is brought alive as you work on your own creative project.

    Together we will share in the surprises, delights and challenges as you encounter and explore the ebbs and flows, the warp and weft, and the depth, source and breadth of your own unique innate creativity and potency, so that you can bring new and fresh energy and agency into your own life and into your professional practice. Because HOW you choose to journey is WHO you become, shaping WHAT you can create! …and because it takes a community to weave the multi-coloured threads of  the tapestry of life.

    Please click here for more information

    To discuss or to reserve your place please email Elaine at Elaine@ep-ec.com or Karyn at karyn@fletcherprentice.com

    We don't accomplish anything in this life alone...and whatever happens is the result of the whole tapestry of one's life and all the weavings of individual threads from one to another that creates something.”
    Sandra Day O'Connor

    • 7 Dec 2021
    • 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM (UTC-00:00)
    • Webinar via Zoom
    • 20
    Register

    Using art as a tool for deepening the awareness of the Self

    The Self is your main instrument in coaching and supervision. Hence the importance of exploring the Self extensively. The more you inhabit your whole Self the better you can be fully present and hold space for what wants to happen in the life of the client.

    Art is an excellent 'tool' for deepening the awareness of the Self. As George Bernard Shaw said:

    “You use a glass mirror to see your face. You use works of art to see your soul”

    Art invites you to reflect. Through art you get in contact with your inner beauty. In this way you tap into forces to shape your dreams. In turn, you invite clients to do the same. That's why paintings, music and poems are ideal tools for reflective practice and increasing self-awareness.

    3 main learning outcomes of the webinar

    1. Sharing my experience on the transformational power of art in my life and that of my clients

    2. Discovering tools and practises on how to use art as a tool for deepening the awareness of the self in coaching and supervision

    3. Experiencing the transformational power of art for yourself through exercises


    Host: Thea Bombeek

    Thea has more than 20 years’ experience in international companies (KBC-CBC and KPMG). Her strengths lie particularly in the areas of authentic leadership, personal development, organisational culture, purpose, communication and dealing with loss.

    Thea has Master’s degrees in History of Art (University of Ghent) and in Human Resources Management (Antwerp Management School). She is a Master Certified Coach (ICF), a Certified Transformation Presence Coach and Mentor (Alan Seale), and a contextual-systemic therapist (Leren over Leven). She is a CSA graduate (2019) and she is the first EMCC accredited supervisor in Belgium.

    Thea is the former chair of the International Coach Federation Belgium.

    She is the author of the book: ‘Hoe overleef ik mijn collega’s: tools voor zelfvertrouwen op het werk’ (LannooCampus, 2018) (How to survive your colleagues: tools for self-confidence at work).

    Interest in the topic.

    As an historian of art, art has been a source of inspiration in Thea’s life and work. She witnessed the transformational power of art as a direct way to explore feelings and emotions. Art opens clients up to their inner beauty Especially when working with cerebral functioning persons, art is an effective tool.

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

    • 9 Dec 2021
    • 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM (UTC-00:00)
    • Webinar via Zoom
    • 17
    Register

    Using art as a tool for deepening the awareness of the Self

    The Self is your main instrument in coaching and supervision. Hence the importance of exploring the Self extensively. The more you inhabit your whole Self the better you can be fully present and hold space for what wants to happen in the life of the client.

    Art is an excellent 'tool' for deepening the awareness of the Self. As George Bernard Shaw said:

    “You use a glass mirror to see your face. You use works of art to see your soul”

    Art invites you to reflect. Through art you get in contact with your inner beauty. In this way you tap into forces to shape your dreams. In turn, you invite clients to do the same. That's why paintings, music and poems are ideal tools for reflective practice and increasing self-awareness.

    3 main learning outcomes of the webinar

    1. Sharing my experience on the transformational power of art in my life and that of my clients

    2. Discovering tools and practises on how to use art as a tool for deepening the awareness of the self in coaching and supervision

    3. Experiencing the transformational power of art for yourself through exercises


    Host: Thea Bombeek

    Thea has more than 20 years’ experience in international companies (KBC-CBC and KPMG). Her strengths lie particularly in the areas of authentic leadership, personal development, organisational culture, purpose, communication and dealing with loss.

    Thea has Master’s degrees in History of Art (University of Ghent) and in Human Resources Management (Antwerp Management School). She is a Master Certified Coach (ICF), a Certified Transformation Presence Coach and Mentor (Alan Seale), and a contextual-systemic therapist (Leren over Leven). She is a CSA graduate (2019) and she is the first EMCC accredited supervisor in Belgium.

    Thea is the former chair of the International Coach Federation Belgium.

    She is the author of the book: ‘Hoe overleef ik mijn collega’s: tools voor zelfvertrouwen op het werk’ (LannooCampus, 2018) (How to survive your colleagues: tools for self-confidence at work).

    Interest in the topic.

    As an historian of art, art has been a source of inspiration in Thea’s life and work. She witnessed the transformational power of art as a direct way to explore feelings and emotions. Art opens clients up to their inner beauty Especially when working with cerebral functioning persons, art is an effective tool.

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

    • 23 Feb 2022
    • (UTC-00:00)
    • Virtual via Zoom - from Feb 2022 - Feb 2023
    Register

    Certificate logo

    Dr Alison Hodge

    Dr Kathryn Downing





    with Dr Alison Hodge and Kathryn Downing

    Join us for a year of engaging in a deep, emergent exploration into group supervision underpinned and informed by an action research approach. Based around adult learning theory this is about reflection on practice. This is about groups and group facilitation and who are we as supervisors in this practice. As we create the container we will enable those who come into our supervision groups to continue to learn and grow in their practice because of our capability, flexibility, and capacity.

    We will meet as a whole cohort for the core of the program for three, two-day modules and a final integration day. The cohort will be small, between 12 and 18 at the maximum. In the final day you will have an opportunity, as a cohort, to share your integrated view of who you have become as group supervisors.

    The learning happens throughout the year. We would like everybody to form peer practice groups, which will be rich with feedback and learning. These will be two and a half hour sessions meeting at least 6 times.

    We've found that tutorials are invaluable. The group comes together with questions about your practice, about your reading, and about theory, practice and experiences with the modules. We support with inquiry, guidance, suggestions and examples.

    As participants each of you will be running a group of your own, and that's almost a prerequisite before you join the program. Having an active group running, with at least six sessions over the 12 months will provide you with live experience in your own client work. You will commit to be in your own supervision of your supervision of groups with at least six sessions over the 12 months.

    Each of you will develop a learning portfolio throughout the year. The portfolio can be in the form of photographs, recordings, diary, journaling, however you like to do that. And of course, a reading list to die for, some of which you will be familiar with and some will be new to you. Given the breadth and depth of experience in this group, there will be additional books you may like to add to the reading list.

    What you can expect:

    • Discover more about yourself as supervisor in the group context
    • Investigate the unique elements of group supervision
    • Explore group dynamics
    • Deepen your commitment to diversity, inclusion and cross-cultural awareness.
    • Deepen your use of observing and naming psychodynamics at play
    • Engage in action learning sets
    • Cultivate an inquiring practitioner stance
    • Inform your work by considering the research within coaching supervision and group supervision


    Date & Key Themes for the 3 modules:

    Asia Pacific 

    Pre-calls: 18th January and 15th February

    Module 1: 23rd & 24th February and 20th & 21st April 2022
    Cultivation of self with a focus on self in relationships in groups.

    Module 2: 1st & 2nd June and 20th & 21st July 2022
    Facilitation processes, awareness and tasks with an eye on individual and group development.

    Module 3: 21st & 22nd September and 9th & 10th November 2022
    Improvisation and Artistry in group supervision.

    and 15th & 16th February 2023 – Integration Day

    Times - This will be delivered virtually via Zoom:

    UK 05.00 – 08.00
    USA (EST) 21:00-00.00
    Singapore 13:00 - 16:00

    Please click here to see the schedule with times for Auckland and Sydney


    Programme Cost:

    Early Bird before 30 September 2021: £5750 +UK VAT

    Standard Rate from 01 October 2021: £6250 +UK VAT


    Registering Interest:

    You can register your interest in this programme here. This assumes no commitment yet on our/your part. All those who express interest will be invited to a brief conversation with either Alison or Kathryn to explore the programme in more details and answer any questions you may have.

    Places on this programme are strictly limited and will Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis following the conversations. 


    Dr Alison Hodge and Kathryn Downing are on LinkedIn:

    https://www.linkedin.com/in/kathryndowning

    https://www.linkedin.com/in/alison-hodge


Past events

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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