26th September 2019

Mapping the dynamics of team coaching

In the past few years, it has become evident to team coaches and those who supervise them that the practice of team coaching often presents challenges that are significantly more demanding and complex than anything which emerges in one-to-one coaching. David Clutterbuck and I carried out an online research survey in 2017, […]
1st August 2019
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An innovative four-day programme for qualified coaching supervisors

Next March (2020) I’m going to be involved in facilitating an innovative and immersive four-day programme for qualified coaching supervisors at beautiful Salomons Estate in Kent. Beyond Models, Going Deeper promises to be a time of personal reflection, giving us the opportunity to pause and discover a deeper vision of […]
17th July 2019

New virtual coaching supervision group starts this September

From September, I’m starting a new virtual coaching supervision group for 4-5 professional coaches/supervisors. We’ll be exploring and reflecting on different aspects of your coaching/supervision practice and professional development. Themes that may arise include: • What can I learn about myself from being in the group that might inform what […]
30th June 2019
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The value of reflection (video)

I’m really struck, over the years I’ve worked in supervision, how more and more we are emphasising the process of reflection on practice that supervision involves. A recurring question that arises with some of my clients is perhaps personified in a statement from one client, who said, ‘You know, Alison, […]
25th June 2019
Montreal conference demonstration by Alison Hodge

At a coaching supervision conference in Montréal

I’ve just returned from a wonderful coaching supervision conference in Montréal, Canada, organised by the Americas Coaching Supervision Network. I don’t often describe conferences as wonderful. Sometimes, they’re interesting, sometimes they’re stimulating, sometimes they’re worthwhile, sometimes they’re just ok. So what was different about this one? Well, there was a […]