Free webinar: Essentials of Supervision: Part 4

Bob Thomson leads this series of four one-hour webinars, setting out the basics of supervision for coaches who have little or no experience of using supervision as part of their practice. This is webinar 4: The practicalities of finding and working with a supervisor.
 

About the series

The webinar series is facilitated by Professor Bob Thomson of Warwick Business School. Please note that the series is about receiving supervision, rather than being a training programme for supervisors. 

Each webinar contains ideas and models explained via PowerPoint slides, questions and exercises to invite participants to reflect upon ideas and upon their practice, and an interview with a coach who has had little experience of supervision.

Here are all the webinars in the series:

Webinar 1: What is supervision?
Webinar 2: Reflecting on practice
Webinar 3: The relationship between coach and supervisor
Webinar 4: The practicalities of finding and working with a supervisor

Webinar 4: The practicalities of finding and working with a supervisor

The previous webinars in the series have viewed supervision as a one-to-one relationship. This fourth webinar goes on to consider the pros and cons of group supervision. It discusses peer supervision or co-supervision, which may be a practical and inexpensive option for someone who is building their coaching practice.

It also explores finding and selecting a supervisor, and how to prepare effectively for a supervision session. Practical exercises enable participants to translate ideas into their own context.

The webinar includes some case studies to invite participants to explore ethical issues which might arise, such as confidentiality, boundaries and self care, and concludes with an online interview with a coach who has limited experience of supervision.

About the facilitator

Professor Bob Thomson of Warwick Business School is an EMCC accredited coach and supervisor. He regularly runs webinars for students from across the globe who are studying for a distance learning MBA. He established a Certificate and Diploma in Coaching at the University of Warwick’s Centre for Lifelong Learning. He also acts as an internal mediator, helping members of staff at the university who are in conflict with one another to find a way forward that will resolve their difficulties.

Bob has written a number of books on learning from experience and on coaching.His latest book, How to Coach, was published by Sage in February 2020.

Registration details

This is a free resource for EMCC UK members, and we’re also inviting non-members to join us for a registration fee of £35. The session will be recorded, but the recording will only be shared with attendees.

Please register for this event and the dial-in details will be sent separately the week before. If you are a member, you will need to sign into your account to register. If you are not a member, you will need to create an account which will be used solely to enable you to register.

We look forward to seeing you online on the day.

When
6/23/2020 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
GMT Standard Time
Where
Virtual

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