AC Skills Development: Love & Fear in Coaching with Robin Shohet
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AC  Skills Development: Love & Fear in Coaching with Robin Shohet

The Association for Coaching are delighted to welcome Robin Shohet to speak for them in this skills development event kindly sponsored by NatWest Markets. Love is very often considered a taboo word in the work we do. It is perhaps even more taboo than fear. And yet both are there in our work in different forms. DUE TO THE VENUE'S STRICT SECURITY POLICY BOOKINGS WILL CLOSE ON 23.2.18. PHOTOGRAPHIC ID WILL BE REQUIRED AT REGISTRATION. EX VAT: Members £20.83, Non-Members £37.50

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When: Tuesday 27th February 2018
6:30 PM
Where: 250 Bishopsgate
London EC2M 4AA
United Kingdom
Contact: Sally Bullock


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Love is very often considered a taboo word in the work we do.  It is perhaps even more taboo than fear. And yet both are there in our work in different forms.

Join Robin where he gives permission for both to be talked about.  Robin believes that love is the basis for our work, but the word itself evokes misunderstanding and fear.  Around fear itself, there is often shame about acknowledging it, leading us to become adept at denial, hiding from each other, which can lead to us feeling fraudulent.   

Fear, also, is an expert at disguising itself to maintain its existence – coming under the guise of denial, criticism, jealousy, envy, comparisons, regret, manipulation, justified anger even. In fact anything that stops us being present. Seeing through its various disguises brings relief and opens us to real contact (love).  Robin has found that creating a safe enough climate for such topics to be talked about results in a willingness to be more robust and honest in subsequent conversations with both supervisees and supervisors. They become less “other” as we recognise, at core, our and their vulnerability.  
  
SPEAKER BIO

 
Robin Shohet is co-author with Peter Hawkins of "Supervision in the Helping Professions" fourth edition published by the Open University Press in 2012 and editor of “Passionate Supervision” and "Supervision as Transformation". He has been a supervisor for forty years and is currently writing about using improvisation drama in supervision and also the spiritual dimension of supervision.


Attendance qualifies for CPD and a certificate will be sent to you after the event. 

DUE TO THE VENUE'S STRICT SECURITY POLICY BOOKINGS WILL CLOSE ON FRIDAY 23RD FEBRUARY 2018. 

Please ensure you arrive with photographic ID as you will not be allowed entry without it.


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