About the event
Join us for an introduction to systemic coaching supervision and a demonstration of a group supervision process in action.
Coaching supervision provides an opportunity for coaches to step back from their work and take a broader view, which is essential to our ongoing effectiveness and transformation. Organizations are increasingly requiring supervision as part of their quality assurance when hiring coaches. Many professional coaching bodies, including AC, require supervision as part of their accreditation requirements.
It has been suggested that quality supervision provides the link between theory and practice, and as such, is the core of all continuous personal and professional development. When done well, it serves the coach, their client, their client organization and development of the coaching profession.
Complimentary event for members and non-members.
- Provide an introduction to the principles and main functions of coaching supervision
- Discuss the rise in coaching supervision including its uses and benefits
- Demonstrate a process of group coaching supervision
- Engage with a model for broadening your perspective on a coaching issue
Angela Wright serves as the Regional Co-Chair of the Association for Coaching, East Coast, USA. She has 25 years global professional experience including over 10 years experience as a coach, coach supervisor, educator and researcher.
In 2018 Angela received an award from the European Mentoring & Coaching Council for her contribution to the field of coaching supervision. Angela currently serves as a Special Ambassador for the Association for Coaching Supervisors and co-facilitates the Oxford Brookes Advanced Program on Coaching Supervision in the United States. Prior to her coaching career, Angela practiced as an attorney specializing in disputes around professional responsibility, breach of duty of care, conflicts of interest and ethical issues.
Sarah Tennyson serves as the Regional Co-Chair for the Association for Coaching Region East Coast, USA. Sarah combines her background in organizational psychology with over 15 years’ experience of consulting to large global organizations in more than 20 countries.
An executive and team coach, and an active member of one of the first coaching supervision groups offered by a professional association in New York City, Sarah was an early adopter of supervision. She attended the Oxford Brookes Advanced Professional Program in Coaching Supervision. Prior to launching her independent practice in 2015 Sarah was senior director at Moodys Analytics where she led a global team of consultants.
As with all Association for Coaching events, your attendance will qualify you for a CPD (Continuous Professional Development) Certificate, which will be emailed to you after the event.
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