From February 2023, I’m starting a new virtual coaching supervision group for up to 5-6 experienced coaches/supervisors who would like to come together to explore and reflect on different aspects of your personal and professional development.
Themes that may arise include:
• What is the coaching/supervision development edge that I want to explore for myself?
• How can I work best in complex, ‘messy’ organisational systems?
• What is the impact of our supervisor-supervisee relationships on my practice with my clients?
• How can I keep myself fit for practice?
We’ll explore recurring themes, give and receive feedback around your client issues and your own personal presence. Sometimes we’ll draw on what is happening in the group to inform us about your clients and the systems they are working in. The group will enable you to recharge your batteries in the supportive learning environment we co-create.
Into this group you can bring your client work, contractual conversations, coaching themes, critical incidents in your work, personal reflections and anything else that you feel might be useful for you to talk about in supervision. I would like you to feel that whatever your musings or whatever your coaching and supervision enquiries, you can bring them into the room; you do not have to look only at client issues. I really want the learning space to be open and for you to feel free to explore whatever you need to in order to return to your work refreshed and resourced.
We meet for 8 x 2-hour virtual sessions and via Zoom over a period of 12 months. Here are the dates:
As the group is likely to come from diverse global regions, sessions will run from 3.00pm- 5.00pm UK time.
The fee for each session is £180.00 (+ VAT if UK based) per person, with the total cost of £1440.00 (+ VAT if UK based) per person for the year.
If this sounds like the sort of supervision space that you would like to co-create, or if you’re interested in finding out more, please get in touch via my contact page.
I look forward to hearing from you.
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