5th October 2017
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An experiential workshop on contracting with teams

Venue: Ashridge House, Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, HP4 1NS Date: Monday 30 October 2017 Contracting is a hard enough discipline for coaches to master. Contracting with teams is an order of magnitude more complex. That’s why I’m working with People & Performance, and Oyster Development in offering a live experience in team […]
15th September 2017
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New action research supervision groups starting in November

As coaches and supervisors, do you ever wonder: What happens to us (individually and as a group) which sheds light on what is happening in the client systems in which we are practising? How our practice changes through supervision? What is the impact of the supervisor-supervisee relationship on our practice […]
11th September 2017

Time away keeps me fit for purpose

I’ve just returned from virtually a whole month away from work. I started August with a week-long tai ji retreat in Herefordshire which was both calming and revitalising. I left there with my feet firmly on the ground, feeling centred, rested and balanced. I then set off alone for a […]
21st July 2017
Alison Hodge with her Coaching for Work award

Contributing to coaching supervision

I was really pleased and honoured to receive an award at the annual Coaching at Work awards earlier this month, in the category, Contributions to Coaching Supervision. I feel very encouraged that there is now an award for supervision work. It’s great to see that the value and relevance of […]
12th July 2017

The art of the ending

In my experience as a coaching supervisor, endings have given me more pause for thought and more professional challenge than almost anything else. I’ve found there are at least three different endings. The first and most satisfying ending goes like this: ‘Let’s agree it’s time to end our work. You […]