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13th September 2018

Executive Fellow, Henley Business School

I am delighted to have become an Executive Fellow and Tutor at Henley Business School from the beginning of September alongside my current Visiting Fellowship at the University of Southampton. The Henley Centre for Coaching is one of the leading providers of coach and supervision education and is also heavily involved in research. The Director is […]

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5th July 2018

2018 award for contributions to supervision

Eve Turner received the 2018 award for Contributions to Coaching Supervision in the annual Coaching at Work magazine awards in London on 4th July.  The citation talks of her voluntary work, including setting up and leading the Global Supervisors’ Network (GSN), her work for the professional bodies, alongside her writing and research.  She and Jonathan […]

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1st December 2017

First publication of GSN research on supervision of supervision

Global Supervisors’ Network members Michel Moral, Eve Turner and Damian Goldvarg have published their first article on the worldwide research into supervision of supervision by the GSN working group which is led by Julia Menaul.  The article is available in the Association for Coaching’s Autumn 2017 Global Perspectives magazine, pages 39-41.

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5th November 2017

First article published on tricky dilemmas research

The first of a number of articles has been published on the tricky ethical decision-making research project being led by Eve Turner and Professor Jonathan Passmore.  It is in the latest edition of Coaching at Work magazine – Vol 15 (6) pp34-39.  It highlights the challenges for supervisors and coaches responding to ethical dilemmas around the […]

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30th September 2017

A Handbook of Coaching – but you will need two hands

I am currently reading “The Sage Handbook of Coaching” edited by Tatiana Bachkirova, Gordon Spencer and David Drake.  It is an ambitious undertaking, seeking as it does to present “an account of this fast developing discipline, to map out where it is going, and to identify the key debates and issues that are influencing coaching practice […]

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28th June 2017

What value supervision?

There is a debate in the world of coaching and mentoring as to the proven value of supervision.  While some professional bodies insist on it in order to become accredited, like the AC, EMCC and APECS, and there are many instances of its impact intuitively, is this sufficient?  Another body, the ICF, does not require it though recommends it.  […]

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