The previous page focused on personal barriers to coaching; this page looks at organisational ones. As with individual coaching, there may be just one, or several, of the listed barriers present and there are a number of ways they can be addressed. Key organisational barriers are listed here.No real evidence of outcomes/impactCost of effective coach/mentor trainingTime for […]
To start the module, select the ‘Mark Complete’ button below. This will open the next lesson automatically.To go to any other lesson, select the appropriate title from the main course page. The lessons have been created to follow a specific structure and we think this is the most effective way to engage with this […]
Coaching in the workplace can be delivered 1-2-1, in teams or ad hoc. 1-2-1 sessions are between 40-90 minutes long, usually once a month while team coaching can be delivered using a variety of models allowing time to work through each stage of the process.People need to feel safe to divulge information and share ideas. […]
Coaching brings benefits to individuals, but also to organisations. In 2011 the ILM published research called ‘Creating a Coaching Culture’ using inputs from the ILM itself, and from other leading coaching organisations such as CIPD, ICF, AC and EMCC. There was a clear consensus on the value of coaching as a development tool which assists […]
Mentoring and coaching have moved closer over the past ten years. The lines can become blurred, so it is important for professionals to make these distinctions clear when working with individuals. There are two descriptions below. One is of coaching, the other is of mentoring. Which one describes coaching: A or B?
This coaching course is for leaders. But it isn’t just about helping you as a leader to get better at what you do. The whole point of developing your coaching expertise is to encourage your teams and workforce to enhance their skills and capabilities. By using coaching skills in the workplace you can support your […]
Edna Murdoch, CEO of CSA, and pioneer of coaching superVision development, outlines her journey into establishing superVision as a practice for coaches, mentors and leaders. She shows how clinical and coaching superVision differ and how she developed the key elements of coaching supervision as we know it today. Supervisees will understand more fully what actually […]
The three ‘Across Boundaries’ videos, focus on the important and emerging themes in the field of coaching, mentoring, and coach supervision – what are the key changes that are occurring and how should we respond to them? A short survey preceded the Across Boundaries event (AoCS) and highlighted some key concerns affecting internal coaches and […]
This episode deals directly with how supervisees can get the very best from their supervisor. Edna and Jackie discuss choosing your supervisor and how to co-create the learning dialogue in superVision. They underline the potency of reflection in superVision for both supervisor and supervisee. The video encourages supervisees to find the very best supervisor for […]
Here, topics like supervisee readiness, expectations of supervision and the responsibilities of the supervisor are addressed. Readiness requires openness to new learning and the capacity to hold difficult moments lightly and with humour. Supervision offers space and time to think, in the context of a robust, honest, safe relationship. The video also looks at when […]
This video illustrates the key role of the ‘Internal Supervisor’ and the resulting reflective processes. Jackie speaks of supervision as a way to see differently and see more. She points to the impact of neuroscience and how head, heart and gut alignment support clear thinking and perception.
In the session, Edna and Jackie take us further into the Full Spectrum Model of superVision. They look at the core of the FSM and illustrate how relational understanding is at the heart of supervisory work and how supervision builds relational intelligence for the supervisee. SuperVision focuses on a high level of energy and impact. […]
On this video, Edna and Jackie explain some of the thinking behind the Full Spectrum Model (FSM) of superVision See: www.coachingsupervisionadaemy.com and show how sharing superVision models with supervisees can enable the supervisee to learn and to feel safe in their learning. The FSM opens a window into the systemic complexities of business and professional […]
In this video, Jackie Arnold Dip CSA Supervisor & Expert Consultant on Coaching & SuperVision underlines the journey of discovery in superVision. Jackie illustrates a variety of systemic models, while emphasising the importance of building the reflective and relationship aspects of superVision. In this video you will see how superVision enables practitioners to be aware […]