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2019

EMCC Global Provider Summit

26th November 2019 - London Heathrow, United Kingdom

2019

EMCC Global Provider Summit

26th November 2019 - London Heathrow, United Kingdom

Speakers

Dr Chandana Sanyal

Supervision: capacity vs competence – what is the difference and why does it matter?

Session on 26 November 2019 11:00 cest - View on timetable

Session

Supervision is, essentially, a relational process. Dr Chandana Sanyal will explore how the EMCC Supervision Framework, informed by ongoing research, can provide a guide to support reflection and dialogue in the context of our EMCC Global Accredited Training Programmes for Coaching, Mentoring and Supervision, including EMCC Global Individual Accreditation to role model ‘best practice’.

The 2019 version of the EMCC Supervision Competence Framework refers to the term ‘capacity’, which relates more to how a person is being than what they are doing. The capacities we refer to describe levels of awareness that enable an effective review and evaluation of practice, and an insight into the potential use and application of the framework. This discussion asks how capacity is developed and whether it is something that can be taught.

Bio

Dr Chandana Sanyal is EMCC Global WorkGroup Leader for Individual Accreditation (EIA). Chandana is an academic, researcher and consultant, specialising in individual and organisational learning, specifically mentoring, coaching, action learning, and leadership development. She is also joint Professional Development Director EMCC UK Executive Board,  Senior Lecturer of Human Resource Management and Development, Middlesex University, Fellow of the CIPD and Higher Education Academy, and a CIPD Academic Assessor.  In her consultancy role she works with a number of organisations to support their leadership development programmes including the EMCC Global Quality Award (EQA) ‘new’ Mentoring Programme with the NHS Leadership Academy.