CPD for Coaches Programme One-Day Workshop
This day is part of our Continual Professional Development (CPD) for Coaches Programme. The day is only suitable for qualified or nearly qualified coaches.
Coaching SupervisionThe Coaching Academy is proud to be working in partnership with Miriam Orriss and Edna Murdoch, Foundersand Directors of The Coaching Supervision Academy (CSA).
Supervision is a process of Reflection, Insight and Support. It enhances a coach’s ability to see: looking deeper into one’s own practice, illuminating subtle processes in coaching conversations and becoming aware of blind spots in oneself and in one’s thinking. ‘Supervision’ is then something that I, the coach, take away with me – an enhanced view, a super-vision of my practice.
Supervision is experienced by many coaches as an essential part of their practice development and support network. Indeed, it is becoming a must have for succeeding with corporate contracts. This one-day workshop will explore the essence of supervision - what it is and what it is not. Participants will learn and experience how supervision can support and develop their practice and will understand better what is happening in the interactions between themselves and their coachee.
What will be covered on this workshop?
- Tasks of Supervision
- Inclusion model
- Third Entity
- Full Spectrum Model
- Nature of supervisory dialogue
- Karpman Drama Triangle
During this CPD Day you will explore via models, tools and concepts of supervision, the dynamics, which occur between the coach, the coachee and the organisation or field that the coachee is operating within. Participants will learn how the connection between themselves and another, forms another "entity", which becomes the arena in which the coaching process takes place. It will be demonstrated that from the perspective of relational dynamics, the supervisee is enabled to stand back and look at what is occuring within the coaching. The coach is supported by the supervisor to find alternative perspectives and tools to aid their interventions. This will enable the supervisee to support the coachee to achieve their aims and objectives.