What does it take to become a coaching supervisor? Rather than an extension of a master coach skill set, we will propose that it requires a shift in mindset.
|Date||20 October 2022|
|Time||11:00-12:00 (Timezone: Europe/London)|
|Price||£25 +VAT (FREE to Coaching Centre Members)|
What does it take to become a coaching supervisor? Rather than an extension of a master coach skill set, we will propose that it requires a shift in mindset. We will share a framework of the seven principles of a coaching supervision mindset (inspired by Peter Bluckert’s work). As a supervisor, we will invite you to consider how congruent this espoused mindset is with your own practice. As a coach, we will invite you to enquire about this mindset when seeking a supervisor yourself. The framework is the subject of ongoing research and we welcome your feedback.
Who Should Attend?
Supervisors, coaches and any other helping practitioner interested in reflective practice.
By attending this event live, you will receive 1 CCEU unit from the ICF and 1 CPD hour from the AC.
Michelle Lucas is an experienced and Accredited Master Executive Coach and Accredited Coaching Supervisor. Her background in psychology and HR generates a curiosity about individual difference, organisational dynamics and the interplay between the two. Eclectic in her approach, she is described by her supervisees as a generative and creative presence. She has co-authored two books on coaching supervision and is the sole editor of a third. Based in Weymouth, UK she has a global client base.
“Michelle has the rare ability to create and hold a safe space, balancing compassion with robust challenge. She used her wisdom in a way that allowed me to access my own. Thank you.