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 […]
20th June 2019
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The special power that changes people and situations

In this guest blog, Dr Franz Fendel, an executive coach from Darmstadt, Germany, who works with Dorothée Fendel in the management consultancy, Fendel & Partner, talks about his experience of the EMCC conference in Dublin in May. As a learning-oriented team, we recently participated in the annual conference of our […]
20th June 2019
Photo of workshop led by Alison Hodge

Sydney workshop in February 2020

I’m looking forward to being in Sydney again in February 2020. I’ll be offering a two-day workshop for experienced coaches and coaching supervisors on 3 and 4 February. The workshop will be based around groups, group facilitation and the impact that groups have on us as practitioners. This will be […]
10th May 2019
Edna Murdoch and Alison Hodge

Talking together with Edna Murdoch (video)

My close friend and colleague Edna Murdoch and I frequently spend time talking about all the issues that surround supervision, and how it plays out in our lives. We’ve recently decided we’d like share some of these conversations online in a series of videos. ’Talking together’ is going to be […]