Information on courses & events
STARTS JUNE 2017 in Singapore!
6th CSA Asia Pacific Diploma in Coaching Supervision Programme
Enrolment has begun! The Diploma commences in Singapore from June 2017. This hugely diverse course is attracting top executive coaches from across Asia Pacific: Malaysia, Taiwan, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand and more. The course is also open to senior people who use coaching skills within their work – HR professionals, OD Consultants, Leadership Development managers.
There is a series of free Webinars for anyone interested in finding out more. Everyone is welcome to the webinars – no obligation.
For more information, click here or contact Sam Fremantle, Programme Manager email@example.com
STARTS JUNE 2017 in Avignon!
France Diploma in Coaching Supervision
UNIQUE EN FRANCE
RECONNUE PAR ICF ET EMCC.
This hugely successful Diploma programme is delivered by a local team in French – graduates connect into the growing French speaking community. For more details and how to book click here
STARTS OCTOBER 2017 in London!
12th UK Diploma in Coaching Supervision
Here we go! Interviews are already underway for UK12 starting 5th October 2017! Please let colleagues know that module dates are now available. More information available soon. Book early, or register your interest by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
More details here
CPD & ADVANCED TRAINING
NEW from CSA/ICRP
Full Spectrum Coaching!
Adv CPD Certificate in Full Spectrum Coaching (Blended learning)
CSA/ICRP are delighted to announce the launch of their new online blended learning programme called Full Spectrum Coaching to refresh and re-energize you and your coaching practice.
This programme will take you to a world beyond your current models to focus on how your ‘being’ is key to impactful coaching.
The program will help you to focus on the core human capacities of relational presence, advanced dialogue process, field awareness and the art of reflection. These ensure competence for working with a post-conventional consciousness so that coaches are equipped and resourced to work effectively in highly complex and ever-changing environments.
This 6-month program is structured around 6 x 90 minute themed webinars. The webinars will be hosted by a member of CSA/ ICRP Faculty with expert input from Edna Murdoch, Miriam Orriss, Elaine Patterson and Karyn Prentice.
The webinars will be supported by 2 personal 1:1 Tutorials and by participants meeting in 4 peer coaching triads. Read more here and pass it on!
To book on the 8am (BST/GMT) Group click here
To book on the 3pm (BST/GMT) Group click here
INTERNATIONAL SUPERVISION GROUPS
CSA/ICRP run a variety of fabulous Supervision Groups – each with a unique focus and different supervisor. Join us! Or, if you have an idea for a supervision group that would suit you, be the catalyst to start one! Contact Jo and she will find out what you are looking for, and link you to one of the experienced CSA/ICRP faculty to make the group happen! For new groups email Jo email@example.com
New! Coaching Supervision Group!
Starts Feb/March 2017 for 6 months.
Supervisor: Miriam Orriss
Focused on TA.
Max 5 participants. £65 per session.
Total £390 for the series.
For more information and booking details click here
New! International Coaching Supervision Groups!
Two groups starting April 2017 for 4 sessions.
Supervisor: Elaine Patterson
Focus: Being Fully Human” Working with the 7C’s: the 7 Human Capacities for Change, Learning and Transformation.
Max 4 participants. £380 for the series (+ Eventbrite booking fee).
For information and to book 8am (London BST) group here
For information and to book 3pm (London BST) group here
Vacancy in long-term International Supervision Group
One place from Sept 2017
Supervisor: Jo Birch
Focus: international, long-term commitment.
Max 3 participants.
Held at 8am UK; 90 minutes per session; £270 for series (14 Sept; 2 Oct & 14 Dec 2017)
For more details, email Jo Birch firstname.lastname@example.org
13 MARCH 2017
Webinar: Advanced Dialogue Process with Edna Murdoch
Our work is carried through the medium of words - and through the silences between words. We connect through words. Healthy, successful professional and business relationships depend on our ability to be in dialogue – to use the ‘best words in the best order’.
That is why we need to become Dialogue Artists. Dialogue allows each person in the conversation to think and share clearly – allowing the right words to emerge at the right moment….
For more information and to book click here
STARTS MARCH 2017 in London, UK
Team Coaching Supervision
3 workshop days + 3 webinars
FINAL 2 PLACES!
Following a fabulous first year this ground-breaking course will be running again in March 2017 and places are filling up fast!
Delivered through a partnership between CSA and Alison Hodge the experienced team (Alison Hodge and Edna Murdoch) hold this unique training for supervisors who work with coaches who coach teams and groups.
Dr Hodge says:
‘…the practice of team coaching is still in its infancy in terms of a common knowledge base and in fact combines a hybrid of diverse knowledge and skills from the OD, group facilitation and team development domains. Working together we will co-create a learning group that models and informs key aspects of what happens in groups and team coaching assignments. The experiential approach, with practice sessions, will allow everyone to explore their areas of interest in how to supervise team coaches, with all its complexity, ambiguity and at times, “messiness”.
Last year group members commented:
· Extremely important and fruitful programme (Angelos)
· Great opportunity in the group work to overcome vulnerability, stretch confidence levels, learn, explore, test (Sue G)
· Thought provoking, practical, layers of learning. (Gill Graves)
· Learning & clarity on what team coaching supervision is and how it enables and enriches our practice as coaches and supervisors (Annabel Shilton)
For more information and to join click here
I will be there – wouldn’t miss it!
CEO Coaching Supervision Academy
10 APRIL & 9 MAY
Webinars: Creating the Core Conditions to Enable reflection & learning to flourish in group supervision
Dr Alison Hodge
Back by popular demand!
However confident a coach may feel going to meet their client, coming to group supervision may trigger all sorts of anxiety and tension at the thought of sharing their practice with a supervisor and with other colleagues in a group setting.
Family history, early school experiences, other group contexts all feed into how people come together in groups, especially learning groups. It is therefore vital that as supervisors we are aware and can attend to all the practical, professional and psychological elements that may impact on how coaches come into the group and how, as supervisors, we can build their confidence and fluency to make the most of this generative learning environment.
This participative workshop will give participants the opportunity to explore and engage in an active inquiry into how to create the safety and trust that will enable their supervisees to make the most of this powerful and exciting learning platform.
15 MAY 2017
Community Day (London) Working with the field through the lens of Transactional Analysis
This one day workshop will introduce you to the basic quantum physics concepts together with new discoveries in neuro-science and biofield science and explore the link between them and their application to coaching in our VUCA world.
The lens of Transactional Analysis will then be introduced to support your understanding of these powerful concepts and their impact on your practice…
For more information and booking click here
16 MAY 2017
Community Day (London) Dialogic artistry: advanced Dialogue Process and relational intelligence for our VUCA world
Our work is carried through the medium of words – and through the silences between words. We connect through words. Healthy, successful professional and business relationships depend on our ability to be in dialogue – to use the ‘best words in the best order’.
That is why we need to become Dialogue Artists….
For more information and booking click here
13 – 15 OCTOBER 2017 in Bedfordshire, UK
Autumn Equinox Retreat: Harvesting the Abundance
Elaine Patterson Karyn Fletcher
A Weekend Retreat for Coaches, Coach Supervisors, Leaders and People Professionals On Friday 13th to Sunday 15th of October 2017 at Tofte Manor, Souldrop Lane, Sharnbrook, Bedfordshire, MK44 1HH
In community we gather to harvest our year’s riches, sort our wheat from the chaff, and prepare our ground for the new seasons ahead.
Join us for our second retreat for coaches, coaching supervisors, leaders and people professionals!
Our Weekend Retreat is an invitation for you to focus on the YOU who can get lost in the busyness of life and work. The Retreat has been designed as a special time and space for YOU to reflect, refresh and refocus with like-minded professionals.
A time and a space for YOU to relax, ponder and wonder against the backdrop of the Autumn Equinox and luxury of Tofte Manor in service of the work you love to do and for the person you want to be.
This is YOUR time to gather your own harvest, to sort the wheat from the chaff, to nourish, resource and cultivate your ground, and to reimagine new possibilities and horizons for the months ahead….
For much more information and for booking please click here
Links to other events of interest:
1 - 3 MARCH 2017
Come to Scotland for EMCC 23rd annual conference: Professionalising your Practice.
As usual we should see many familiar faces… as well as making new connections.
The line-up includes:
Elaine Patterson & Karyn Prentice presenting: Falling in Love with Reflection
Dr Alison Hodge presenting: Managing the complexity of multi stakeholder contracts in coaching assignments
Hope to see you there!
13 MAY 2017
Oxford Brookes 7th International Supervision Conference.
Book it in your diary now! More information here
9 JUNE 2017
Narrative Practice for Coaches
Workshop Run by Sue Macmillan on Friday June 9th 2017
9.30am - 5pm at Sipala in Bedfordshire - less than an hour from London.
An interactive and practical day in which we will learn more about ourselves as well as taking away practical tools to use with clients such as: the extended use of their metaphors, re-authoring conversations, transactional analysis and narrative approaches to time.
Interested? Click here for more information
6 JULY 2017
CSTD London 3rd Annual Supervision Conference
Exploring the Dynamics of Complaints: Understanding more of what happens when relationships break down
Venue: Beauchamp Lodge, London Paddington (www.ccpe.org.uk)
10.00am - 4.30pm
For more information click here
Global Supervisors Network
2017 Webinar schedule
Up and coming programme of free resources click here