7th March 2018
Photo of animal cards for group work

Modelling openness and curiosity in groups

I was working with a group recently, and as I often do when we’re getting started, I put a lot of cards down on the floor, face up. Some of the cards were images of animals which I’d collected, because animals offer a wonderful way for people to associate with […]
23rd February 2018
workshop discussion

Sydney workshops for coaches and supervisors

I’m in Sydney in April and May this year, and I’m offering two experiential workshops for executive coaches and coaching supervisors. Here’s a summary of each workshop. For the complete details, please follow the links to the PDF documents. Working with Groups and Teams in Coaching Supervision An experiential workshop […]
11th February 2018
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Leading change in groups, organisations and communities

Artgym is launching its new programme, Advanced Diploma in Facilitating Creative Collaboration, at three locations in London, Singapore and Shanghai, this spring. The UK course begins in April 2018, while the Singapore and China courses start in March. I’m delighted to be a member of the faculty for this programme, […]
9th February 2018
Photo of river rowers with their coach

EMCC Conference workshop on team coaching supervision

I’m looking forward to leading a workshop on team coaching supervision at the annual EMCC Coaching and Mentoring Conference in Amsterdam (11-13 April 2018). We’ll be working with the parallel process in group supervision to shed light on what is happening in the organisational system. In supervision, we are working […]
29th January 2018
Young guy texting on the street

Adolescence: whose problem is it anyway?

I’m fascinated to see that Diana Shmukler, clinical psychologist, teacher and supervisor, is teaching a programme this July at the Oxford University Summer School for Adults on Adolescence: Whose Problem Is It Anyway? The course description says: ‘From the children of the “sturm und drang” to the millennials, adolescence has […]