BACHKIROVA: 100 WAYS WE DISLIKE SUPERVISION

COACHING AT WORK ANNUAL CONFERENCE, LONDON, 1 JULY 2015 By Rachel Ellison Instead of navel gazing, in coach-speak, about supervision being a good thing that we all supposedly do and enjoy, Tatiana Bachkirova’s research expressed the unsayable: resenting supervision; not wanting it, not doing it. In her refreshing and congruent workshop on ‘100 reasons to dislike supervision’, Bachkirova, reader in coaching psychology at Oxford Brookes University, collected multiple views from coaches who dislike supervision or aspects of it (see below). Reflection If you dislike supervision, what can we learn from this? If you agree or disagree with some of the statements, […]

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