As a former ICF board member and a founding board member of the Asdociation of Coaching Supervisors AOCS Jackie brings a wealth of experience to her coaching & supervision. She is a selected leadership supervisor for CSA and uses clean language as her preferred methodology. Highly respectful, non-judgmental and assumption free this methodology is unique in its effectiveness when working in multi-cultural environments. Jackie coaches 1-2-1 and groups face to face and virtually worldwide via audio visual platforms. She co-edited ‘Full Spectrum Supervision’ with Edna Murdoch and is the author of ‘Coaching Supervision at its BEST’ Crown House. Jackies supervision is calm respectful and fun! She is not afraid to challenge and in doing so often gains useful learning for both supervisees and supervisor! Jackie loves to share creative ways of working. She uses different environments and methods to bring out the very best in those she supervises.
BEST = Build Engage Support Trust.
I am absolutely passionate about learning. Especially learning with others – in relationship – which is what super-“vision” at its best is.
I get tremendous pleasure from the collaborative learning partnerships I co-create with other coaches, and from resourcing them to harness deeper confidence, trust in their intuition and unleash more creativity and power in their work.
I am privileged to be part of the international faculty team delivering the CSA diploma in the UK and the US. And through my own business, Lucid Coaching & Consulting Ltd, I offer individual and group supervision for coaches around the world via Skype / Zoom, as well as in person sessions in London.
Described by my clients as “empathetic”, “non-judging”, “insightful” and “calm”, I hold a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) accreditation with the International Coaching Federation and work with private individuals, executives and teams in a variety of sectors, including commercial companies, charities, government and the arts.
My coaching clients are, as I once was, primarily senior leaders and driven achievers in the creative industries. My supervisees are similar – determined to bring their best to their practice and the profession.
I am specially trained in systems – working with organisations, teams and groups of all kinds – and I take a “systems-inspired” approach to all of my coaching, facilitation and supervision. I particularly enjoy reflecting with team coaches and others immersed in complex organisational settings or exploring the intricacies of group dynamics.
In recent years, I have begun to develop what I call “systems supervision” – reflecting with a team or consultancy of coaches on their programme of coaching or leadership development within another organisation. Much can happen when a system meets another system – and like a lot of our work as supervisors and coaches – much of it lies out of our conscious awareness.
In every individual and group supervision session, I endeavour to create a safe and open place to come exactly as you are – without judgment – to explore, discover, replenish and blossom.
· International Faculty – Coaching Supervision Academy (CSA)
· Contributor to CSA’s & Dr Alison Hodge’s Team Coaching Supervision Programme
· Professional Certified Coach (PCC) with the International Coach Federation (ICF)
· Certified Organisation & Relationship Systems Coach (ORSCC) with CRR Global
· Graduate of the Coaches Training Institute (CTI)
“Shirley is an accredited Master Coach, and an accredited coach supervisor (CSA). She has an M.Sc Organisational Psychology, B.Sc (hons.) Psychology.
She has lived and worked in the Gulf region for over 15 years, and resides in Dubai. She works as an executive coach across a variety of industries including petrochemical, finance & investment, telecommunications and FMCG companies.
She provides coaching and coach supervision both for in-house and external coaches, & to both individuals and groups. Her aim is to improve coaching knowledge and skills across the GCC, and to offer her support through her accredited coach training programmes.
Techniques from a variety of theoretical and practical backgrounds are used in all the above scenarios, in particular solution-focused, cognitive behavioural tools & transactional analysis (TA) techniques to encompass a broad holistic approach. She is also Level A and B accredited, which enables her to use a wide variety of psychometric tools; including personality profiling.
A wide variety of FTSE 100, and Forbes 500 companies work with her and her team”
Lisa’s professional career includes manager and executive roles in the telecommunications industry, Commonwealth and State governments, manufacturing, education, private and not for profit organizations. Her final Corporate role was as Manager of Succession Planning for 200 top tier Executives in the Telstra Corporation. She founded Kaleidoscope Consulting in Melbourne in 1994 and sits on various tertiary Executive coaching panels.
Lisa is a Supervisor (CSA Graduate) and Executive Coach credentialed as a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) with the International Coach Federation.
Lisa provides group supervision with Executive Coaches and individual Coach supervision for beginner level to experienced Coaches.
Michelle’s supervision with coaches and leaders is characterized by shoulder to shoulder reflection that focuses on depth learning poised towards understanding, action and being.
She has supported organizational development in the private, non-profit and public sectors and has worked as a coach supervisor, mentor coach, executive coach, leader, presenter, teacher and university instructor.
Michelle has worked with individuals of all ages and in all stages of life. She holds a PhD in curriculum, teaching and learning. She is a CSA accredited coach supervisor, has earned a graduate certificate in Executive Coaching from Royal Roads University and is a certified mentor coach.
Michelle has been awarded a Province of Alberta Graduate Fellowship and an Alberta Education’s Excellence in Teaching Award. She has also been recognized by the Alberta Teachers Association for exemplary leadership in learning, curriculum development and teaching.
I’m an explorer, someone who is continually practicing, learning and evolving on my own journey. I’m always looking for topics that will help me be the best possible coach/supervisor for my clients. For me, learning is not just a one-time event it’s continuous. It’s essential for me to continue my own learning and development so that I can be the best that I can be for my clients.
I have been coaching professionally since 2001 and qualified as a coach supervisor in 2012. I am passionate about the work I do and fully commit to every one of my clients, always focused on how we can discover the best approach for you to explore your own practice.
Join me on a journey of discovery and as you navigate new areas of awareness and growth. I will support you every step of the way and invite you to be the very best version of your self in all that you do.
Coaching Supervision Academy Director: Corporate Development
International Executive Coach, Counsellor/psychotherapist, Supervisor and Writer
Jo’s leadership has evolved from practice – demonstrating love and compassion for people, alongside deft, clear decision-making and a grounded presence in holding space. Initially specialising in Child Psychiatry (RSCN/RGN), Jo became a counsellor / psychotherapist over 20 years ago – achieving her MA Couns in 2000 through original research. Her interest in community mental health, and passion for creating a just world, brought her to live and work in inner city Manchester. Jo flourished in a number of strategic roles, including charity CEO, leading complex organisations, multi-sector partnerships and large programmes addressing inequalities – engaging diverse communities and key strategic decision-makers through her inclusive, open leadership style and commitment to collaboration.
A year living and working in Mongolia, as a Health Sector Leadership Advisor, gave a new dimension to Jo’s expertise in working at the cultural interface. Her established international executive coaching and supervision practice includes clients from Columbia to China, USA to Ulaanbaatar, as well as local people in Scotland where she currently lives.
Jo is a regular traveller to Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia delivering CSA Asia Pacific programmes alongside Leanne Lowish. In 2015 Jo became CSA UK Programme Leader – bringing over 18 years’ experience of providing supervision, individually and in groups, to counsellors, psychotherapists, health sector specialists, NHS managers, local leaders and coaches.
Jo’s professional appointments include Founding Executive, British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy Coaching (2010 – 2015); BACP Coaching Chair (2012 – 2014); Trustee, Edinburgh Women’s Aid (2013 to date); Trustee, Patient’s Advocacy Service – human rights service within maximum secure (forensic) mental health at The State Hospital, Carstairs (2013 to date); Fellow, Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufacture and Commerce (RSA) and Friend of VSO. She is active within the Association for Coaching (AC) – member of Special Interest Group in Coaching Supervision, and Supervisor holding ‘Supervision Experiences’ for AC members. Jo is also a member of the Association for Coaching Supervisors. Additionally Jo holds a current Public Appointment as Panel Member for Scotland’s Children’s Hearings.
Jo’s publications in include Stepping into the future – a leadership journey (2013); Transformation and change – starting with myself (2013); Standing out from the crowd: what’s your USP? Birch, J. Corrie, S. (2014); Fit for purpose: getting the best supervision for your practice. Corrie, S. Birch, J. (2014); How to get the most from supervision. Birch, J. Corrie, S. (2014); Diving deep, reaching high: how to develop yourself as a supervisor. Corrie, S. Birch, J. (2015) and also Series Editor of Thinking Global in Coaching Today – sourcing and editing wide range of articles exploring cross cultural working (2013 – 2015)
When she is not working, Jo might be found seeking adventure with her grandchildren, or finding balance and stillness sea kayaking off the Scottish coast. Jo lives in Edinburgh and is regularly in London and Manchester.
MA Couns, Dip Coaching Supervision, Post Grad Dip Couns, Cert Coaching, Cert Person-centred Art Therapy
My varied career has included senior leadership and executive roles, moving on in the last 10 years to working with senior executives, boards and leadership teams as an executive coach and organisational development consultant. Alongside this I support other professional coaches as a coach supervisor.
Much of my early career was spent in the finance sector, however, as a coach, mentor and OD consultant I have worked in many sectors including finance, power generation, legal, police, health, local government, high-tech engineering, IT services, education, pharmaceuticals, a professional institute and transport.
I have held a number of senior leadership and board positions in large organisations, including with Norwich Union, Capital One and Eagle Star. Responsibilities included strategic planning, operational planning, cultural and organisational change management, information systems, information security, recruitment at all levels and performance development management.
I was one of the team of three senior managers who created Eagle Star Re, and was subsequently appointed as an executive director responsible for planning and information systems. As part of the Exec team I enabled ES Re to achieve financial success. Following the acquisition of the parent company, Eagle Star, by Zurich Insurance I played a significant role in the successful sale of ES Re to GE Capital.
I bring an ability see the bigger picture, and to enable others to recognise the relevance of their contribution to the strategic aims of their organisation. A natural curiosity has supported me in developing as an Executive Coach and Mentor. In this role, I have worked with both exec and non-exec directors and senior leaders, including Chief Executives and Chairs- both individually and in teams.
In recent assignments, Peter has had exposure to many organisational components of the NHS, and to the complex and radical organisational change in which they are now engaged, a steel manufacturer struggling to survive in adverse economic circumstances, a creative high tech engineering firm seeking to establish ground-breaking green technology and a start-up IT service supplier. He has worked with senior executives taking on significant new roles, leading organisations in highly challenging environments, and others aspiring to accelerate their personal career progress.
Peter is now seeking to find a role as a non-executive director where he can put his skills, career and life experience to effective use.