Thu, 23 Nov|
Hotpot 22: The Supervisee’s Perspective of Supervision
Sarah Jane will be talking all things Supervision and with your help will explore the Supervisee’s Perspective of Supervision. We all know that supervision provides us with a structured space to reflect on our practice, receive feedback, and gain insights... This event is FREE to members.
Time & Location
23 Nov 2023, 12:00 – 13:00 GMT
About the Event
Sarah Jane Henry will be talking all things Supervision and with your help will explore the Supervisee’s Perspective of Supervision.
We all know that supervision provides us with a structured space to reflect on our practice, receive feedback, and gain insights from an experienced and trained supervisor. It is a reflective practice that we pledge to do as part of our accreditation and a demonstration of our commitment to our ongoing development.
When we engage fully with supervision it can help us to refine our coaching skills, stay ethically grounded, address blind spots, and find the support that we need to overcome challenges. This, leads to increased effectiveness in helping our clients to set and achieve their goals.
What we don’t know, is what does Supervision mean to you? What are you curious about when you think about the topic?
We care what you think and are delighted to announce that we will be supporting our members with Group Supervision in 2024. We will do this by establishing ‘Communities of Practice’ that will be led by Sarah Jane. We will share more details of how this will work over the coming weeks.
For now, we want you to help us shape the conversation for our Hot Pot. Everyone who registers for the Hot Pot will receive a link to a short survey. This will help us to tailor the content to meet the needs of coaches of all levels – whether you're just starting your coaching journey or much further along the road.
Sarah Jane has been practicing as a coach for over 10 years. She has a Post Graduate Diploma in Coaching Supervision and is an accreditation mentor with EMCC Global.
After spending most of her career in professional services, she left a practice management role in a mid-tier law firm to start her business. Throughout her practice as a coach and supervisor, she has worked with a broad range of industries, private clients and academic institutions.
She works on several programmes with the IMI, including the Diploma in Executive Coaching where she grades papers; observes triads; and provides supervision.