10th December 2018
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Making the most of our supervision

Webinar: Tuesday 22 January 2019 I’m looking forward to leading a webinar on coaching supervision in January, with the New York chapter of the Association for Talent Development (ATD). This is a follow-up webinar to the one I led in December, ‘Coaching supervision – what is it really all about?’ […]
6th December 2018
Anni Albers tapestry

A group supervision day at Tate Modern

I’ve been working with a group of five executive coaches in group supervision for the past year. We usually meet in a regular office space for short days together six times a year, but for our final session, we decided to take a new approach. We visited Tate Modern to […]
26th November 2018
Artgym Advanced Diploma prospectus

Advanced diploma helps to facilitate creative collaboration

Artgym has just published details of its Advanced Diploma in Facilitating Creative Collaboration for the UK in 2019, which begins with a ‘virtual kick-off’ on 8 February. I’m delighted to be a member of the faculty for this programme, as supervisor of the virtual action learning sets, and the Self […]
20th November 2018
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The Psychopathology of Everyday Life… revisited in the 21st century

Dr Diana Shmukler, clinical psychologist, teacher and supervisor, is leading a course at the Oxford University Summer School for Adults next July, and it promises to be highly creative and applicable across many disciplines, including coaching supervision. The Summer School describes itself as ‘bringing together a cosmopolitan range of like-minded […]
14th November 2018
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The value of not knowing (video)

In organisations, the people who come to coaching often assume they’re meant to be experts. They’re meant to know how to do their jobs, and they’re meant to be masters of their practice. But the coaching relationship allows them to come and say, ‘I’m confused, I’m uncertain, and I’m scared.’ […]