Supervision Opportunities

  • 7 Oct 2020 11:08 PM | Anonymous

    CSA Graduate Martin Vogel and Hetty Einzig are opening a new round of eco-systems supervision focussed on supporting practitioners as society’s response to the pandemic enters a new phase. If you are a coach or practitioner whose work involves supporting people, we invite you to join this programme of group supervision sessions. Depending on circumstances we plan to offer a blended model of online and face-to-face sessions.

    Our innovative approach fosters awareness of the eco-systems in which we are located and the influence we can bring to bear on them as individuals. It encourages an integration of our identities as people, practitioners and citizens.

    The pandemic and the economic recession it has triggered provoke a range of often conflicting emotions. Sacrifices will be demanded of us and professional and personal choices will need to be made as the recession bites. Coaching professionals can play in important role in helping people navigate the choices ahead. But we will need to take care of ourselves and be adaptive. Old certainties have fallen away, new openings will emerge.

    We are offering monthly sessions of three hours with a break in the middle. And we will respond flexibly to the group’s needs as situations unfold. The sessions address a mixture of thematic group content and supervision of individual practice issues.

    Our approach is values-based, collaborative and experimental – exploring coaching practice within the context of wider societal and environmental considerations. At this time when all of humanity is simultaneously facing trauma at several levels, it could not be more timely. We draw also on our backgrounds in transpersonal coaching, bodywork, creative work, mindfulness, and psychodynamic theory and practice.

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    Please contact us with expressions of interest or any queries: ecosystems@vogelwakefield.com


  • 19 Sep 2020 10:30 PM | Anonymous

    Facilitated by EDNA MURDOCH, Co-Founder and CEO of CSA - Please contact Edna if you would like to be considered for the next group.

    A series of 6 sessions, each lasting 90 minutes designed for a maximum group of 5 people.

    Groups are great places in which to learn. I love running them and I love learning in them. I have run supervision groups for many years now – groups for supervisors, coaches and internal coaches.

    Into this group, you can bring client work, contractual conversations, coaching themes, critical incidents in your work, personal reflections and anything else that you feel might be useful for you to talk about in supervision.  I want you to feel that whatever your musings are or whatever your coaching enquiries are, you can bring them into the room; you do not have to look only at client issues. I really want the learning space to be open and for you to feel free to explore whatever you need to in order to return to your work refreshed and resourced.

    Delivery:

    This skills development series will be delivered in a webinar format via Zoom conference link. Don't worry if you are not familiar with this process. Our team will be on hand to offer assistance and guide you through the sign on process.

    Please contact Edna f you would like to be considered for the next group.

  • 19 Sep 2020 9:56 PM | Anonymous

    Facilitated by MIRIAM ORRISS CSA Co-founder - please contact Miriam if you would like to be considered for the next group

    A series of 6 sessions, each lasting 90 minutes designed for a maximum group of 5 people. 

    Transactional Analysis is a favourite communications tool for coaches worldwide.  Miriam Orriss, has studied and practised TA for over 25 years, beginning with a 6-year course in TA at Metanoia, London.  Miriam has particular skills in supporting coaches who wish to develop their practice through the TA lens.   

    Miriam is a Director of the Coaching Supervision Academy and she has taught the TA component on the EMCC/ICF accredited CSA supervision diploma for many years. Her supervisees benefit hugely from her in-depth understanding of TA and her long experience as a coach supervisor.

    This is a unique offering and a unique opportunity; if you already have some experience as a coach and would like to know how to use TA in your practice, this is a great opportunity to work with an expert in the field of both TA and supervision. 

    Participants on the course will increase their skills in the following areas using a case study focus, and key TA concepts:

    • Contracting – spot contracting, multiparty contracting
    • Creating the working alliance
    • Getting to know your client
    • Getting to know yourself
    • Working with ‘difficult’ clients
    • Using the Karpman Drama Triangle
    • Recognising and resolving the ‘games people play’
    • Learning about scripts and how to support your client to resolve them
    • Learning about what drives your clients.
    • Communication and dialogue skills through using the 3 ego-states
    • Using TA to resolve ‘critical moments’ in coaching.
    • Reflecting skilfully on your coaching sessions

    Delivery:

    This skills development series will be delivered in a webinar format via Zoom conference link. Don't worry if you are not familiar with this process. Our team will be on hand to offer assistance and guide you through the sign on process.

    To check availability and reserve a place in this group , please contact Miriam Orriss


  • 18 Sep 2020 8:00 PM | Anonymous

    Pilot series of short reflective dialogues by conference call, from October 2020

    To reserve your place please contact me at Amanda@originate.org.uk 

    These encounters will form five purposeful ‘breathing spaces’ for a small group of leaders, in which to reflect on our leadership practice and reconnect with our leadership spirit.

    Together, we’ll:

    • Use pieces from my recent book, Weekly Leadership Contemplationsas a framework for exploring our recent 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.


    The monthly sessions will be 90 minutes in duration, scheduled for 4pm on a Wednesday afternoon to offer a precious yet practical oasis of companionship and thoughtful conversation. Places are limited to six.

    The sessions will be shaped by the four section headings from Weekly Leadership Contemplations. For each session, you will choose a piece from the relevant section as the basis for your personal inquiry. The pieces are approximately 600 words long (a 3-minute read, according to Linked In) and include contemplation questions to stimulate reflection. In the conference calls we’ll share individual experiences and insights and collectively explore any themes that arise, aiming to sow seeds that continue to germinate and grow between sessions.

    The dates and themes are:

    1. Wednesday 7 October 2020, 4pm - 5.30pm: gathering, checking-in, scene setting

    2. Wednesday 4 November 2020, 4pm - 5.30pm: self-leadership

    3. Wednesday 2 December 2020, 4pm - 5.30pm: leadership in conversations

    4. Wednesday 13 January 2021, 4pm - 5.30pm: leadership perspectives

    5. Wednesday 10 February 2021, 4pm - 5.30pm: leading and learning

    This is a pilot programme – a first step into a potential new normal. The cost is therefore discounted to £250 per person for the series, payable on booking. You will also need a copy of Weekly Leadership Contemplations.

    For the conference calls, my facility provides local numbers for dialling in from many countries. To check your location or to request a booking form, please contact me at Amanda@originate.org.uk

  • 18 Sep 2020 5:04 PM | Anonymous

    From Doug Montgomery and Liz Nottingham

    Why

    Now, more than ever, we coaches need a safe space to pause, reflect and refresh ourselves.  Group Coach Super-Vision provides just such a space.

    Much of the “former normal” we took for granted is slipping away to reveal what is important; what is really important. The path ahead is one of uncertainty and potential risk as well as opportunity.  Leaders we talk to are noticing change in the behaviour of their teams and challenging how they think about their leadership.

    What

    The Coach Super – Vision* we offer is a facilitated learning partnership founded on strong relational presence that will enable and deepen your own reflective practice. We think of coach super-vision as a multi-perspective Super form of Vision, that brings multiple lenses through which to view and explore you and your coaching practice. 

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  • 15 Sep 2020 5:13 PM | Anonymous
    Would you like to join an international coach supervision group and practice or learn about David Grove’s Clean Language and Symbolic Modelling Methodology?

    Jackie Arnold CSA Graduate is offering 6 monthly sessions of group supervision in a small group of max 8 participants.

    Do join me for lively discussion, joint learning and shared experiences for a VUCA and GVD Global Virtual & Diverse World

    Supporting leaders to ‘lead wisely in turbulent times’

    FREE BOOK ‘TOMORROW’S LEADERS TODAY’

    By Elaine Patterson and Jackie Arnold for all participants

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     Contact Jackie Arnold

  • 10 Sep 2020 5:18 PM | Anonymous

    by Martin Vogel & Hetty Einzig

    In response to the COVID-19 emergency CSA graduate Martin Vogel is working with Hetty Einzig opening a new round of eco-systems supervision focussed on supporting practitioners through this time of personal and systemic turbulence.

    Our innovative approach fosters awareness of the eco-systems in which we are located and the influence we can bring to bear on them as individuals. It encourages an integration of our identities as practitioners and citizens.The current crisis triggers a range of often conflicting emotions. It demands sacrifices of us as members of society. It also calls on us to first take care of ourselves before defining what our contribution can be. Old certainties have fallen away, new openings will emerge. There is an imperative to find reflective space to support wise interventions, restraining the impulse to forge answers prematurely.

    This group is for experienced practitioners wishing to deepen their connection and contribution through their work at this turbulent time.

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