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The FULL Insight Film Series – 6 Video Interviews

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In our busy globalised world, the challenges for professionals are increasing everywhere. Coaches, mentors and leaders have to step up, stretch and be at the top of our game to meet the demands of our 21st century VUCA world -volatile, uncertain, complex, ambiguous. Coach supervisors are well placed to understand the environments we all work in and which challenges currently face us most often. In this unique set of videos, experienced coach supervisors bring you the benefits of years of conversations with a wide range of professional and business people from across the world.

In each of these 15-minute videos, you will:

  • Encounter their honest reflections on their work with coaches and leaders.
  • Recognise the potency of supervision
  • Learn about what actually happens in supervision
  • Know the core dilemmas that practitioners worldwide, bring to supervision.
  • Learn about key resolutions necessary in successful business and professional life.
  • Benefit from original insights garnered from years of experience and deep conversations with clients.
  • Benefit from many practical tools and tips.

These videos are carefully targeted to cover key aspects of professional and business life for coaches, and other people professionals, who are immersed in 21st century organisational life.  They will support coaches, mentors, leaders, educators and HR & OD practitioners to be more skilful, more aware and to ensure best practice in many contexts.

See short examples here


Insight 05 – Dr. Alison Hodge: Being Fit for Purpose.

Based on the findings from her doctoral research, Alison offers a new model – The Three Pillars of Supervision – that contributes to this process: the supervision relationship, an understanding of adult learning theory and an appreciation of reflective practice.