Sydney workshop: 25 January 2017
There are many advantages for coaches to come together in a group for supervision of their practice. At the same time, as supervisors, we can find it extremely challenging when faced with the diverse experience, learning styles, needs and expectations of the participants.
In this very practical and participative workshop we’ll explore:
> The advantages and disadvantages of group supervision
> Getting started
> Setting the scene
> The first session – contracting
> Managing the group – the skills and tasks needed that enable most learning
> Group Processes – what happens in groups
> Different types of intervention
> Ending the group
By the end of the day you will:
> Have a much deeper appreciation of the complexities of group supervision
> Develop further your skills in managing group supervision sessions
> Develop your capacity to co-create learning relationships with appropriate safety and containment
> Have greater awareness of your own patterns in groups and how this impacts on your practice
> Appreciate the diverse patterns of group formation, behaviours and development
If you would love to develop your skills within group supervision and come together with like minded professionals, then here are the details:
Title: Group supervision one-day workshop in Sydney
Venue: North Sydney
Date: Wednesday 25 January 2017
This very practical and participative workshop is available for the exceptional value of AUD $375.
To allow everyone to have a voice, there are limited spaces, so places will be confirmed on a first come first served basis.
To confirm your place please contact Julie Hinge via the contact page. On receipt of your email confirmation, we will send an invoice for your immediate attention. Payment of the invoice will secure your place on the programme.
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