This book takes the reader into the heart of the practice of supervision – its methods, models and its magic. Using case study focus and the Full Spectrum Model of Supervision as a guide, readers will discover how the practical and profound enquiry of supervision frees up practitioners to work more intelligently, skilfully – and with humanity. Supervision offers a unique space – a space in which coaches, mentors and leaders can reflect on their work and become more effective in taking care of their organizations, their teams, their clients and themselves. The book will illustrate how supervision draws on adult learning theory, systems theory, the art of reflection, mindfulness, relational psychology, neuro-science and generative dialogue. These provide a rich resource for the reflective practice known as supervision and they bring depth and richness to classic supervision maps and models.
About the editors
Edna Murdoch is an experienced coach and a pioneer in the field of coaching supervision. She is founder and director of the Coaching Supervision Academy, which runs an accredited and internationally successful supervision programme.
Jackie Arnold is an experienced Coach & Dip CSA Supervisor. An assessor for the CSA Diploma in Coaching Supervision and Ambassador for Association of Coaching Supervisors AOCS
- Chapter 1: Alison Hodge: Coaching Supervision – an Ethical Angle
- Chapter 2: Jackie Arnold: Mind, body and metaphor
- Chapter 3: Sam Magill: Heart to Heart – a meeting place for transformational learning
- Chapter 4: Elaine Patterson: Reflective Learning and the Reflective Practitioner
- Chapter 5: Ian Mackenzie: Mindfulness and presence in supervision
- Chapter 6: Kate Lanz: Coaching Supervision: A psychodynamic approach
- Chapter 7: Karyn Prentice: Invitation to Dance – The Transpersonal Note in Coaching Supervision