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 […]
15th June 2019

Working with the parallel process in group supervision

In supervision sessions we are working with those issues that the coach chooses to bring into the room. The coach invites us to explore what might be happening to their client, to themselves, and between the two of them. Sometimes we stay solely with that which our client reports. At […]
5th July 2017

Leading and learning in team coaching

The Coaching Supervision Academy launched an exciting new training programme for team coaching supervisors in March. The programme, which I led, included three days of training in central London, and three evening teleforums. We completed the final module a couple of weeks ago, and what rich learning there was for […]
30th June 2017

A survey into team coaching supervision

Late in 2016, David Clutterbuck and I set up a survey into team coaching and the supervision of team coaching. We presented the results of the survey at the EMCC Annual Research Conference in June 2017. This survey was stimulated by a project to produce the first handbook of team […]