||Sue Congram, Julie Allan and Peter Hawkins
||A series of 4 online seminars: 60 minute interactive webinar and post session resources.
17th April The experiential field and supervision with Sue Congram
11th May Ethics, wisdom and the spaces in between with Julie Allan
21st May How to get the most value from your Coaching Supervision with Peter Hawkins
4th June Bringing it all together: Panel discussion with all speakers, facilitated by Michelle Lucas
Prices include the AC “Supervision in Coaching: Supervision, Ethics and Continuous Professional Development” book and mailing costs.
Members: £110+ VAT
Non-Members: £175 + VAT
Non-Members including 1 year AC Associate membership: £160 + VAT*
*This is only for new members and cannot be used towards renewal of current members
Short description of the topic
The “Supervision in Coaching” webinar series is based on the Association for Coaching “Supervision in Coaching: Supervision, Ethics and Continuous Professional Development” book, edited by Jonathan Passmore and published by Kogan Page.
"Supervision in Coaching” examines how coaches can use professional development tools including supervision and continuing professional development to improve and develop their coaching practice.
Written by a team of international coaching practitioners, the book provides essential guidance on this increasingly key area of coaching practice. The authors provide advice on a range of topics, including: Approaches to supervision, managing ethical dilemmas, the role of regulation and licensing in coaching and the development of accreditation and professional standards.
A copy of the book accompanies this webinar series and will be mailed to each registered participant.
Topics and schedule for the webinar series
WEBINAR 1: THE EXPERIENTIAL FIELD AND SUPERVISION with Sue Congram
Live session will take place on 17th April 2018. The recording and slides will be available after the session.
This webinar introduces the idea of experiential fields, describing how a field perspective can deepen and enrich the supervision process. It will briefly describe the five core principles that underly field dynamics, explaining how the interconnecting fields between supervisor-coach-client create a whole, giving rise to rich layers of information in the supervisory process and coach-client relationship. The webinar will include live experiential components for better understanding and practice.
In this webinar you will learn:
- How the experiential field provides a process for working in-depth in supervision
- Five core principles of a field approach
- About co-created fields and relational dynamics in the supervision-coach-client system
- How to bring an experiential field approach to your supervision.
About Sue Congram Ph.D.
Sue is a leadership consultant providing progressive and innovative consultancy for national and global companies to radically shift their leadership ethos towards more balanced practices. Based in the UK with thirty years experience in this work, in 2013 Sue co-founded Engendering Balance Ltd (now the EB Centre), taking the findings from her PhD research forward. She describes this initiative as ‘of our time’ being part of a bigger wave contributing to deep change in corporate leadership. Sue has authored, co-authored & co-edited a number of books, chapters and articles for professional journals. Her PhD dissertation was titled ‘Dynamic fields of leadership: a study of underlying social, cultural and collective influences’. Sue presents and speaks about leadership at conferences in the UK and abroad.
A qualified Chartered Psychologist, Sue has been deeply influenced by Gestalt, Field Theory and depth psychology of Carl Jung through the teachings of Marion Woodman. She was a Director on the Board of the Marion Woodman Foundation (US) for eight years.
In her spare time Sue is a photographer and watercolour artist, which she says enriches her creativity in her professional pursuits. You can reach Sue here.
WEBINAR 2: CAN YOU NOT JUST BEHAVE YOURSELF? ETHICS, WISDOM AND THE SPACES IN BETWEEN with Julie Allan
Live session will take place on 11th May 2018. The recording and slides will be available after the session.
Ethics concerns how you decide what to do or to leave undone. It isn’t the law or the rules, although knowing how these relate with your work could be part of your ethical capability. Ethics intrinsically requires consideration of people, relationships, intent and possible outcomes.
Practical wisdom begs consideration of how you bring yourself to real-world situations and act beneficially. It requires awareness and an orientation towards flourishing.
In this webinar you will learn:
- Key aspects of ethics and wisdom relevant for coaching
- Elements of ethical capability a fully-fledged ‘professional’ might demonstrate
- The chance to consider where you meet your ethical boundaries
- Maps and options for guidance, from general principles to recent frameworks
About Julie Allan C Psychol AFBPsS FRSA
Julie Allan is a coaching psychologist, supervisor, consultant and writer. She is chartered (BPS) and registered as an Occupational Psychologist (HCPC) and has co-authored books and chapters for Wiley, Routledge and Kogan Page on Ethics, Gestalt Coaching and Story in Organisations. She has spoken at conferences on the topics of ethics and wisdom, was for some years a member of the BPS Ethics Committee and the Special Interest Group in Psychology Committee and was a member of the working group focused on an ethics curriculum for psychology, from A-Level onwards.
Julie has particular interests in adult developmental processes and the poetic imagination, as well as having conducted doctoral research into metacognition. She supervises coaches and consultants, and coaches for leadership at worklife transition points and under challenging circumstances, with a view to enabling wiser ways. Find out more about Julie here.
WEBINAR 3: HOW TO GET THE MOST VALUE FROM YOUR COACHING SUPERVISION with Peter Hawkins
Live session will take place on 21st May 2018. The recording and slides will be available after the session.
The third webinar will share the History of Coaching Supervision, a working definition and an outline of the three legs of Coaching Supervision: Qualitative, Developmental and Resourcing. Then Peter Hawkins will take participants through an experiential experience of the Seven-Eyed model of Coaching Supervision, which they can apply live to one of their current clients.
In this webinar you will learn:
- What is Coaching Supervision and why it has grown so fast in the last 15 years.
- The three key aspects of Qualitative, Developmental and Resourcing.
- The Seven-Eyed Model of Coaching Supervision and how to apply it to your own reflective practice.
- How to get the maximum value from your coaching supervision and reflective practice.
About Professor Peter Hawkins Ph.D.
Peter Hawkins is Professor of Leadership at Henley Business School, Chairman of Renewal Associates, and founder and emeritus Chairman of Bath Consultancy Group, Chairman of Metaco South Africa and Honorary President of the Academy of Executive Coaching and APECS. He is a leading consultant, writer and researcher in leadership and leadership development and an international thought leader in executive teams, systemic team coaching and coaching supervision. He has just led a major global research project on Tomorrow’s Leadership and the Necessary Revolution in Today’s Leadership Development for Henley Business School and finished writing the second edition of Leadership Team Coaching in Practice to be published in July 2018 by Kogan Page.
Over the last 35 years he has worked with many leading companies all over the world, co-designing and facilitating major change and organisational transformation projects and coaching company boards and leadership teams. He has helped several senior executive teams develop their vision, values and strategy for the future, both in commercial companies, public sector, higher education and large professional service organisations. Find out more about Peter here.
WEBINAR 4: BRINGING IT ALL TOGETHER - Panel discussion with all speakers, facilitated by Michelle Lucas
Live session will take place on 4th June 2018. The recording will be available after the session.
Having learnt about various theories and tools used in supervision, we will want to give all participants the opportunity to ask further questions and experience more of the knowledge shared by our speakers in this programme. The panel discussion will be facilitated by Michelle Lucas, Founder Greenfields Consulting Limited and AC Supervision Education Lead.
About Michelle Lucas
Michelle Lucas has run her own business since 2006 and specialises in providing executive coaching and coaching supervision. She also trains internal coaches through an Accredited Experiential Coach Development Programme and she trains internal coaches to become internal group coaching supervisors.
Michelle has a background in Psychology and Commercially oriented HR and therefore brings to her clients a solid understanding of what makes individuals and organisations 'tick' and, of course, the interplay between the two. She was trained at Oxford Brookes in both Coaching & Mentoring and Coaching Supervision – and has a Post Grad Diploma in both subjects. Michelle is Passionate about articulating standards in the market place. She is an AC Accredited Executive Master Coach and an Accredited Coaching Supervisor.
Michelle has recently co-authored two books about Supervision, published by Routledge, and is embarking on a third. She is an active volunteer for the Association for Coaching, and currently works as our Supervision Education Lead. Find more about Michelle here.
**Live webinars will take place at: 13hrs00 BST on the above mentioned dates.
Recordings, slides and all other resources will be made available to all registered participants.
Included in the webinar series price, we will mail you the “Supervision in Coaching: Supervision, Ethics and Continuous Professional Development” book, edited by Jonathan Passmore and published by Kogan Page for the Association for Coaching in 2012.
Written by a team of international coaching practitioners, the book examines how coaches can use a range of professional development tools to improve and develop their coaching. The authors provide advice on a range of topics, including approaches to supervision, managing ethical dilemmas, the role of regulation and licensing in coaching and the development of accreditation and professional standards.
Price and special offers:
As with all AC continuous professional development events, the fees are offered at a very good value, with an extra special price for AC members.
AC member: Your investment for the entire series is only £110 + VAT.
Non AC member: Pay £160 + VAT and you get access to the full series and ONE YEAR Associate Membership with the Association for Coaching immediately (NB: this is only for new members and cannot be used towards renewal of current members)
For this fee, you get:
- Four interactive webinars with Sue Congram, Julie Allan, Peter Hawkins and Michelle Lucas;
- Pre or post resources to explore the concepts and apply your learning;
- Recordings of all webinars and a copy of the slides for your own library;
- A Continuous Professional Development (CPD) Certificate at the end of the series;
- One-year Associate Membership with the Association for Coaching (if you are not already a member)
For any questions, please contact Smaranda Dochia, Director of Digital Learning & Events at firstname.lastname@example.org