Supervision in Coaching22 Mart 2014
SUPERVISION in Coaching
22 - 23 March 2014
About the workshop:
“Coaches, coach training institutes and commissioners of coaches now recognise supervision as an important component of an effective coaching process. The Coaching at Work surveys of 2009 and 2010 identified coach supervision as one of the top 10 issues for coaches and a necessary requirement for any coach wanting to operate within the Public or Corporate arenas. In addition the introduction of EMCC European Individual Accreditation (EIA) award has increased the demand for trained supervisors across the UK and Europe putting Coach Supervision training at the forefront of development needs for experienced Coaches. Initially borrowed from psychotherapeutic models of supervision but now with contributions from Peter Hawkins, Nick Smith, Graham Lee, Patti Stevens and Michael Carroll, coach supervision has a methodology firmly underpinned by organisational and psychological theory.
This unique workshop will serve as an introduction to Supervision and ethical practice covering Seven Eye’d Model of Supervision, and also introducing Gestalt contributions to Supervision; and psychodynamic theory and supervision with application to one-to-one and group supervision.
The training will be in English.
About Marjorie Shackleton:
Marjorie is an experienced coach and coach supervisor with extensive experience developing individuals and teams in organisations in the UK, US and Canada. Her early interest in supervision came from her first career as a mental health clinician where supervision was always a reflective space which offered challenge, support and new learning. Marjorie obtained her coach supervision training through the AoEC and Bath Consultancy Group and her supervision style is underpinned by systemic, Gestalt and psychodynamic thinking. Marjorie has undertaken advanced Gestalt training in the UK and the USA including The Gestalt Institute of Cleveland and The Gestalt International Study Center in Cape Cod. Marjorie is a Programme Director for the Psychology of Coaching Gestalt Coaching and Supervision programmes at the AoEC. She is an APECS accredited coach and coach supervisor.