Podcast: Louise Sheppard and Graham Lee

Graham Lee and Louise Sheppard talk to Coaching at Work’s Liz Hall about the importance of supervision being supervisee-led



Louise Sheppard’s research on supervisee-led supervision, featured in Coaching at Work magazine, has been creating waves, and her series of articles on this has seen her shortlisted for a Coaching at Work award – results will be announced on 4 July at the Coaching at Work annual conference. At the conference, in a session with Graham Lee, she will share some insights from this research and get delegates really thinking.

Louise is APECS accredited executive coach and coaching supervisor who’s worked with more than 50 organizations globally. Her background is in business and leadership development. She started her career with Unilever, then worked as a management consultant. She runs her own business Clarity, Clarity, Clarity Limited and is a partner at Praesta Partners.

Graham Lee is an APECS accredited coach and coach supervisor, with a background as a psychotherapist and a mindfulness teacher. He is known for his book Leadership Coaching: From Personal Insight to Organisational Performance (CIPD, 2006) that makes the case for examining the personal alongside the practical in coaching.  As MD of The Awareness Partnership he works with executives and their teams across a range of private and public sector organisations in the UK, Europe and the Far East.   Graham is a guest lecturer at a number of academic institutions, and publishes articles on the intersections of leadership, authenticity, mindfulness and psychotherapy. Graham has had a daily mindfulness and yoga practice for over 30 years.

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Graham Lee

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