Coaching (and consulting) supervision is widely used (and even required) by many coaches and organizations in the UK and Europe, and is slowly catching on in the US. Learn how to enhance your own practice as a coach or consultant by using supervision - literally by getting more eyes, or "super vision," on your challenges or dilemmas. Explore how various techniqures in supervision can lend clarity to challenges you face in your practice.
You'll learn how to:
•The foundational "7-eyed" model of supervion; you can use this as you investigate your own dilemmas
• How to access more wisdom and information to get "un-stuck"
• Linear and non-linear approaches to create more awareness
Our speaker - Kathleen Stinnett, Master Certified Coach
Kathleen brings over 25 years of diverse experience working with individuals and organizations with a core focus on improving performance and fulfillment. Clients describe her as a playful, focused catalyst and role model. Fascinated by humans, human behavior, and the systems in which we work and live, Kathleen applies positive psychology principles with a pragmatic approach to help clients create meaningful changes. Taking a strengths-based approach to development, she works with leaders to create environments in which people flourish. She also trains leaders how to be better coaches, drawing upon a proven model she co-created with Jack Zenger (The Extraordinary Coach: How the Best Leaders Help Others Grow, McGraw Hill). In addition to coaching, a key aspect of Kathleen’s work is to facilitate team effectiveness through offsite retreats and authentic conversations. To learn more about Kathleen's work, visit her website, LinkedIn profile, or read her book, The Extraordinary Coach: How the Best Leaders Help Others Grow.