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29th May 2019

Coaching Supervision Advancing Practice, Changing Landscapes

An excellent new book on coaching supervision has just been published and is highly recommended.  Coaching Supervision Advancing Practice, Changing Landscapes, edited by Jo Birch and Peter Welch, has an impressive collection of contributors such as Katherine Long, Elaine Patterson, Alison Hodge and David Clutterbuck and covers a range of subjects from the unconscious mind, […]

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17th May 2019

The Manifesto for Supervision

The Manifesto for Supervision is a “call to arms”: it promotes the importance of supervision in coaching, examines its history, why it is important, summarizes main models and research, considers ethics in supervision and calls for collaboration between industry stakeholders.  Written by Peter Hawkins, Eve Turner and Jonathan Passmore, it is jointly published by Henley […]

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10th April 2019

The Launch of the Manifesto for Supervision – May 2019

Supervision has a key role to play in coach development, linking theory and practice through the whole action learning cycle and is the core of quality reflective practice. On Wednesday 15th May the Association for Coaching is holding a Master Class to launch a manifesto for supervision in Canary Wharf, London with speakers including AC […]

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12th February 2019

Book recommendation: Mastering Executive Coaching, edited by Jonathan Passmore, Brian Underhill and Marshall Goldsmith

I am delighted to recommend a new book on coaching, called Mastering Executive Coaching. It is edited by three leaders in the field: Jonathan Passmore, Brian Underhill and Marshall Goldsmith and is in 4 parts: Mastering themes: contracting, ethics and evaluation Delivering value to clients: behavioural change, organizational change, exploring meaning, purpose, values and strengths, […]

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29th December 2018

Blowin’ in the wind

How do coach supervisors respond to ethical dilemmas and tricky issues?  Jonathan Passmore and I have been conducting research over the last few years in stages and we have just published a two-part series in Coaching at Work magazine with fellow researcher Marta Filipiak.  Seven main themes emerged: sources of ethical dilemmas, obstacles in dealing […]

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19th November 2018

How do we re-source ourselves?

In Chapter 4 of the new book The Heart of Coaching Supervision – Working with Reflection and Self-Care edited by Stephen Palmer and I, Peter Hawkins suggests 10 ways a supervisor can help to re-source both them-self and their supervisors. I have reflected greatly on number 10 (p75) which talks of “systemic hope.” Peter argues […]

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