TALKING TEAMS: A MODEL FOR RICH LEARNING
Allard de Jong explores group supervision for team coaches. This issue: towards a model
Team coaches explicitly function in complex systems as opposed to linear one-on-one relationships and I’ve always believed that a group supervision setting better mimics some of the complexity, dynamics and processes that these coaches encounter on a daily basis (eg, connectedness and belonging, envy, admiration, idealisation, emulation, courage, safety, witnessing and being witnessed, encouragement).
Furthermore, I love the rich learning that groups provide, knowing...
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