This session will focus on coaching supervision as a route to developing self-awareness or self-dselusion. It will explore firstly it’s role in developing self-awareness, highlighting when coaching supervision works at its best. It will then focus on the risks of coaching supervision i.e. as the coach chooses what to take it might risk self-delusion. This will focus on why and how this might happen. The participants will be encouraged to think about how they can establish a relationship with a coaching supervisor as to avoid self-delusion, and contemplate what they might need to request of their coaching supervisor, so they can take everything to supervision, including what they are ashamed of! This will be a facilitated session where the participants will be given the opportunity to reflect in small groups.
Speaker: Dr. Julia Carden, PhD, MSc, PCC
Julia is an EMCC accredited coaching supervisor, she heads up the Professional Certificate in Coaching Supervision at Henley Business School, and is passionate about coaching supervision believing that it is has been the most influential factor in her own development as a coach. In addition, she teaches on the Professional Certificate in Coaching and MSc at Henley. Alongside her teaching role she runs a private coaching and coaching supervision practice. Her work is underpinned by her PhD research which explored the role of self-awareness in the development of the coach. She is also an EMCC Master Coach Practitioner and ICF PCC accredited coach.
Benefits for the participants
- Understand the role coaching supervision can play in their development as a coach
- An appreciation of the risks of coaching supervision and how it might lead to self-delusion
- Know what to ask of/discuss with coaching supervisor as to avoid self-delusion
Tue, 21 Nov 2023 19:00 - 20:30 CET
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