Group Coaching Supervision Session via Zoom

Date: Wednesday 10 July 2019
Time: 10:00 - 13:00
Location: Virtual
Event Fees:Member - £60.00 (Ex VAT)
Non-Member - £75.00 (Ex VAT)

Calling new and experienced coaches! Have you ever thought…
• What happened there?
• Can I just explore…?
• Why do I feel stuck?
• I’m not sure that technique worked so well with one client and not with another?
• I think I might be missing something – but what?
• How do I manage confidentiality boundaries when we work in the same organisation?
If any of these sound familiar, then you are not alone as they are some of the questions that crop up often for practicing coaches – however experienced.
So where do we find answers for ourselves?

Supervision! 
Supervision provides a confidential space and time for you to step back and reflect on your work, to make sense of what is happening for you and your clients in their complex work situations and to gain greater clarity that can inform your ongoing work and coaching relationships.
If you haven’t yet had an experience of group supervision, come along and find out how useful it can be to work with an experienced supervisor who will help you pay attention to your professional, ethical and learning edges whilst also tapping in to the combined experience of the other coaches in the virtual room. This four-hour event is open to anyone who is coaching in their organisation. It will be run virtually by Jane Cox using ‘Zoom’ video conferencing facility.

Provided by Jane Cox, Master Coach & Supervisor
Jane is an experienced & professionally qualified executive coach, coaching & organisational supervisor and facilitator of change with over 35 years’ wide-ranging business experience, in both public and private sectors. Over the years she has developed her own integrative approach to coaching and supervision, drawing together her fundamental humanistic beliefs, a respectful curiosity about the power that resides within each individual to achieve personal change, and the importance of relationship in that process.
Jane believes that her role as a supervisor is to help her clients to gain greater awareness of themselves, their relationships, and the systems within which they operate. This is done through collaboration and co-enquiry which can allow the emergence of deeper understanding and in turn, acceptance of what is before we move on to explore alternatives and opportunities for personal change that can have an impact on relationships and the wider systemic environment.

Also running on 20 September, and 3 December 2019

For more information please contact hilary.jarrett-firat@eelga.gov.uk

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