From Nov 15, 2018 to Aug 15 2018
1 hour sessions from:
0800 and 1800
Our aim at South West Councils is to support the region in creating a coaching culture that helps individuals realise their potential and organisations achieve outstanding results.
The South West Coaching Pool has established a growing network of coaches and, through collaboration, will maximise the sharing of coaching resources across organisations through a shared service, shared cost approach.
This Group Supervision session aims to support coaches keen to maintain and improve the quality of their coaching.
Members of South West Coaching and Mentoring Pool benefit from the corporate membership to the Association for Coaching, which provides a Group Supervision service on the third Thursday of every month. The calls are held via video link or low-cost teleconference line and are facilitated by experienced AC Coaches who donate an hour of their time to support fellow members. The calls last up to one hour with a maximum of five participants.
The Group Supervision calls are designed to offer members an experience of supervision. Through attending a call members have:
•The opportunity to experience supervision
•Access to the benefits of supervision in a group setting
•An opportunity to connect with other AC members
•A setting in which client work and ethical issues can be explored
•The chance to work with a highly experienced call host
Participation in these calls counts towards your annual Continuous Professional Development. They are designed as a supervision taster and are not intended to replace full professional supervision.
The theme for the 18:00 call only, will be:
Being stuck is something that coaches and coachees have in common!
As a coach how do we help our coachees become ‘unstuck’? As a coach how do we ensure we don’t become stuck and what do we do when we do become stuck? Can we practise becoming stuck and unstuck?
What can cause someone to become stuck, how do they react to being stuck and, as coaches, what are some of the options at our disposal for helping someone to become ‘unstuck’? These are some of the questions we can consider during the ACGSE call so bring your questions and let’s explore how we can help each other.
Places on Group Supervision calls must be booked in advance, please email