Virtual Format – Group Coaching Supervision with Sam Magill, MCC
Co-creator of First North America diploma in coaching supervision.
Coaching supervision is a focused means of reflecting on our practice and how we function in it.
“Reflection is the bridge between information and wisdom.” Michael Carroll.
Sam has been studying group dynamics since 1982 and coaching supervision since 2009. He returned to London for further study in group supervision with the Center for Supervision, Training and Development and Robin Shohet in 2016. He combines these threads into a rich and informative learning experience.
Group supervision is a powerful way of drawing on the collective insight of the individuals and entire group to help understand coaching situations. It is common that one member’s issues inform others in the group.
Who can benefit from group supervision of coaching? Any coach in active practice: ACC, PCC, MCC.
ICF CCEU’s are awarded in Core Competencies for every hour of supervision with up to 10 hours allowed in a three-year period toward credential renewal. The program provides the maximum number.
- Attend a free orientation meeting.
- Contract for six months with the group (with options to continue.)
- Cost is $1350 US
- Timing: 6 sessions of 2 hours each once per month
- Group size: Maximum size 6, minimum 4.
- Participation: Participants agree to bring coaching cases or clients ……
Sam’s supervisees are saying:
Sam has been my group’s supervisor for 2 years. I have become a better coach not just from the guidance he’s provided, but also by moving my style closer to his, which is appreciative, kind, reflective and revealing. Simply by watching Sam work, you learn something you can apply at your next coaching session. (Frank Faeth – Executive Coach)
Sam Magill – Programme Leader and Senior trainer with CSA in US, UK and France
To schedule a conversation with Sam before signing up, please contact Diane McLeod: firstname.lastname@example.org.