6TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COACHING SUPERVISION, 10 MAY, OXFORD BROOKES UNIVERSITY, UK Coach supervisors feel very strongly that the emotions brought to supervision need to be investigated, but although they are prepared to explore emotions, nearly half do not do so, according to research by Peter Duffell and Dr Carmelina Lawton-Smith. Emotions are often encountered in coaching supervision, with frustration and anxiety most commonly reported, according to Duffell and Lawton-Smith’s research. The pair presented their findings on emotion in coach supervision at Oxford Brookes University’s 6th International Conference on Coaching Supervision on 10 May. Duffell said, “In the facilitated discussion, […]

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