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The latest posts on Alison's blog
2nd September 2020

Mapping the complex territory of team coaching and supervision

There’s been a growing awareness for some time in the world of coaching and supervision that what happens in team coaching is complex, fluid, and often uncertain. I’ve been researching this area since David Clutterbuck and I conducted a scoping research study in 2017, and following that, I developed a […]
8th July 2020

Developing a framework of team coaching

In May, I led a virtual session with EMCC Global for team coaches, trainers and supervisors of team coaching to explore the relevance and usefulness of my map representing the dynamics involved in team coaching. The session was consciously presented as a dialogue, rather than a webinar, as I wanted a genuine forum to engage with […]
8th July 2020

Research into 1:1 executive reflection

I was really pleased to be the research supervisor for Elaine Patterson and Jackie Arnold, who have just released the results of their action research inquiry into ‘the Relevance and Value of 1:1 Executive Reflection to Leaders in a Global, Virtual and Diverse World’. The research came out of work […]
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