Session on 26 November 2019 11:00 UTC - View on timetable
Understanding the dynamics of supervising team coaches and how this differs from supervising coaches in their one-to-one practice; secondly to begin to collect methods, tools and techniques; and thirdly, to establish a future research agenda. In the past few years, it has become evident to team coaches and those who supervise them that the practice of team coaching often presents challenges that are significantly more demanding and complex than anything which emerges in one-to-one coaching. Professor David Clutterbuck and Dr Alison Hodge carried out online research in 2017, exploring the experience and needs of team coaches and their supervisors. Their continuing research in this area has now resulted in a collaborative chapter, ‘Guidelines for team coaching supervision’, in the new book edited by Jo Birch and Peter Welch, ‘Coaching Supervision: Advancing Practice, Changing Landscapes’ part of the EMCC Masters Series published by Routledge.
The book will be on sale at the Summit.
Dr Alison Hodge is an Executive Coach, Coaching Supervisor & Change Consultant. She has 25 years experience of facilitating individual, group and organisational change. Alison specialises in executive coaching, group facilitation, team building, working with teams during mergers and acquisitions, leadership development, coaching supervision.Her passion now lies in working with executive coaches offering coaching supervision. In 2014 she completed her DProf in Coaching Supervision where she co-created an action research inquiry with a group of coaches and supervisors to explore the practice and theory of coaching supervision and how it supports executive coaches to keep fit for practice. Alison is an EMCC Global Master Practitioner accredited coach and EMCC Global accredited supervisor.