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WHICH ARE THE PRIORITIES AND CHALLENGES FOR COACH SUPERVISION?

The 8th International Conference in Coaching Supervision, 11 May, Oxford Having a clear definition of coaching supervision, sharing best practice, embedding supervision into coach training, and researching the impact of supervision on both coaches and wider stakeholders- these are the key challenges and priorities for the field of coaching supervision. This was the consensus around priorities for challenges and next steps among some 40 coach supervisor delegates at a session held at the 8th International Conference on Coaching Supervision held at Oxford Brookes University on 11 May. The delegates were invited by Peter Hawkins, Carol Whitaker and Kristina Crabbe to […]

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PRESS RELEASE: COACHING AT WORK AWARDS 2019 – For immediate release – 5 July 2019

A host of coaching and mentoring practitioners received accolades for their contributions in the Coaching at Work 2019 Awards, in what was one of the toughest years for judging given the high quality of those nominated. The winners were: Jonathan Passmore, Eve Turner & Marta Filipiak (Best Article/s); Charmaine Kwame (Internal Coaching/Mentoring   Champion); Jeremy Gomm (External Coaching/Mentoring Champion); Peter Welch (Contributions to Coaching Supervision); Fiona Adamson (Lifetime Achievement), and David Gray (Posthumous Lifetime Achievement). Gina Lodge, CEO at coach training and consultancy business the Academy of Executive Coaching (AoEC) announced the winners and those highly commended at the awards ceremony […]

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Coaching at Work’s 2019 Awards Shortlist

Internal Coaching/Mentoring Champion Criteria Championing coaching/mentoring within their organisation Raising standards and innovating within their organisation But also external-facing, contributing beyond the organisation to the wider field, taking part in cross-organisational/body groups etc   Angie Price, Executive Development Manager, Associated British Foods Clare Allen, Head of Coaching, KPMG Sharon Bancroft, Eversheds Sunderland Hannah Datema, Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Trust Nicki Hickson, Director of Coaching, EY Charmaine Kwame, NHS National Leadership Academy Sophie Turner, Pinsent Masons   External Coaching/Mentoring Champion Criteria Generous with their time, energy and thinking for the greater good of coaching/mentoring, and those they serve Contributing to […]

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AICTP conference: interest in integration between and around coaching and therapy

By Mark Farrall Working with trauma, supervision, and neurological models based on animal paradigms were among the topics covered by keynote speakers at the 3rd Annual Conference of the Association of Integrative Coach-Therapist Professionals (AICTP) on 9 February, which highlighted continuing interest in ‘integration’ between and around coaching and therapy. Julia Vaughan Smith defined trauma as the ‘lasting impact’ on the networks of our internal systems and – more importantly its effects on how we feel, experience and respond to others. She discussed trauma as encompassing and affecting every aspect of human experience, including the somatic or physiological, and not […]

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PRESS RELEASE COACHING AT WORK AWARD WINNERS 2018 – For immediate release – 5 July 2018

A host of movers and shakers received accolades for their contributions to the coaching profession, at this year’s Coaching at Work Awards. The award results were announced by editor Liz Hall at a ceremony at the end of the annual Coaching at Work conference in London on 4 July, which was then followed by a reception sponsored by the online training provider the Wisdom Tree Academy to celebrate the awards. Craig G Howe from the Wisdom Tree Academy handed winners a plaque and those highly commended, a certificate. A full conference report, with photographs, will appear in Coaching at Work’s September/October issue of the magazine. “It’s been really […]

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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 […]

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Podcast: David Kesby on extra-dependent teams

Liz Hall interviews David Kesby about extra-dependent teams David Kesby is an organisational coach, and is also chief consultant coach and faculty for the Academy of Executive Coaching. His first career was in the Parachute Regiment before completing an MA in Management and Organisational Learning at Lancaster University and transitioning into a career focused on development. The last 12 years of his two decades working as a coach and OD consultant have been spent exploring, researching, and road testing extra-dependent teams.  His research will be shared in his  book, Extra-Dependent Teams: Realising the Power of Similarity (Routledge, July 2018). Dave Kesby

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Podcast: Anna Sheather on embracing art in coaching

Molly Hall talks to Anna Sheather about how embracing art in coaching enables deep work with clients Anna Sheather is an executive coach and supervisor who is also a self-taught artist. Anna has been coaching for more than 12 years having trained with Henley Business School. She is an accredited APECS Executive Coach and qualified coach supervisor. Most recently Anna has been commissioned by Routledge to write a book about her art-based coaching practice. She’s been increasingly drawn to combining her passion for art with her passion for coaching. In 2016 Anna launched ‘Art in Coaching’ as a platform for […]

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Podcast: Tim Dench on internal coaching at Euroclear

Molly Hall talks to Tim Dench about how Euroclear has built internal coaching and increased access to coaching   Tim Dench is head of coaching at Euroclear and is a former IT programme manager experienced in delivering large multinational projects and cultural change programmes. He’s designed and built the internal coaching capability at Euroclear and is now an accredited individual and team coach, holds a diploma in coaching supervision and delivers ILM accredited training courses. A firm believer in external networking, he’s a founder member of the Belgian Coaching Network, made up of a number of blue-chip companies and government […]

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