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25th March 2018

Using Recordings in Supervision and Training

I’ve been reflecting on the use of recordings in supervision and training as I believe they can be very helpful in our personal and professional development.  There is something different about discussing what we remember about our coaching or mentoring second-hand, compared to listening to what really happened.  We all have our blind spots, or […]

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13th January 2018

Understanding our PPP

A few years ago I trained as a supervisor at Oxford Brookes University.  One of the toughest, most challenging and ultimately rewarding assignments was to explain our model.  We needed to demonstrate that…

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21st May 2017

Understanding our values – a free tool

In a recent session of the Global Supervisors’ Network I was reminded of  just how much our values play out in our life, personal and professional, and how they influence our patterns and challenges. The facilitator, Benita Treanor, directed us to the Barrett Values Centre, where there is a free questionnaire that takes around 5 minutes […]

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27th April 2017

The Hero Round Table

This event in London on May 12 and 13 gives us an opportunity to learn how ordinary people do extraordinary things.  Anyone can be a hero is the theme of The Hero Round Table, at work, in their community and in the world.  It is in the UK, in London, for the first time at […]

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17th June 2016

Coaching at Work conference – July 6th

There are just a few spaces left for the annual Coaching at Work conference which takes place in London on July 6th.  The subject is “Maintaining Momentum: Coaching and Mentoring in a VUCA (Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, Ambiguity) World.”  I am delighted to be running two sessions, one on the subject of ‘Working Together: creating effective multi-stakeholder […]

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