JOIN A SUPERVISION GROUP, FACE-TO-FACE OR VIRTUAL

An opportunity to learn with and from other coaches in a safe environment

WE ARE HAPPY TO TAKE REQUESTS FOR THE VIRTUAL AND FACE-TO-FACE GROUPS AT ANY TIME.  PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR DETAILS.

New face-to-face supervision groups with Eve start every September.  The next scheduled groups, one on Saturdays 0930-1230 and one on Wednesdays 0945-1245, begin in September 2019 and both groups are now full.  Groups meet in September, November, January, March, May and July gathering for coffee and tea half an hour before the session starts.  Six face-to-face sessions are scheduled, and the cost for 2019-2020 covers attending 5, with the 6th a bonus if participants are available.  The price is £690 + VAT in total for 2019-2020 and there are 6 coaches, mentors or consultants in each group.

Further groups can be set up at other times according to demand.  We also keep a waiting list so please contact Eve if you are interested in being part of a group starting at a later date, including September 2020.

Virtual supervision is held using Zoom video conferencing, including the use of breakout rooms, with 4 members and sessions lasting 2 hours.  Times are chosen so that members can take part from around the world.  From spring 2019 the cost for a group of 4 virtual supervision groups is £400 + VAT.  New groups can start at any point during the year and the commitment is for 4 sessions.  Please contact Eve.

Eve Turner, Jackee Holder and Nick Smith are experienced and qualified supervisors.  Nick worked with Bath Consultancy Group’s supervisor training programme, the first in the world, from its start in the early 2000s and now tutors in supervision at the Henley Centre for Coaching.  He is the co-author, with Professor Peter Hawkins, of  one of the most widely-used books: “Coaching, Mentoring and Organizational Consultancy – Supervision, Skills & Development.”   Jackee is also an author and part of the faculty of the Coaching Supervision Academy and Eve is an accredited supervisor by two of the leading professional bodies, the EMCC and APECS and is also associated with the Henley supervision certificate programme.  To book please contact Eve.

“I believe supervision is the most undervalued part of our work and Eve’s focus on developing a community of learning across the supervision space so that we might develop and grow this capability I find inspirational.”
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