The new edition of this indispensable book provides insights into the role of supervision and a fresh perspective on the fundamentals of the discipline. Coaching supervision is now widely recognised as essential to effective coaching and professional development of coaches. This book uncovers current research and explains the established ideas for practice. It also:
•Contains a comprehensive overview of coaching supervision, from both theoretical underpinnings to practical guidance on different perspectives and approaches
•Allows both students of coaching and experienced coaches to compare approaches and develop their own, unique ways of being supervised
•Supports supervisors in planning their own developmental journey towards a more integrated, evidence-based practice
•Includes leading thinkers from across the field and many emerging authorities
Coaching and Mentoring Supervision is the definitive text for coaching supervisors, supervisees and those working toward qualifications in coaching supervision. It will also be of value both to HR professionals and those participating in mentoring programmes.
"This book is a central contribution to the further professional development of coaching and mentoring, where supervision should play a central role that cannot be underestimated."
Reinhard Stelter, accred. coaching psychologist and Professor of Coaching Psychology at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark
"The overarching strength of this book is the abundance of stimulation justifying this as an essential read on the topic of coaching and mentoring supervision."
Dr Lise Lewis, Founder of Bluesky International provider of EMCC Accredited Coach and Author of Relational Feedback
"An outstanding book, updated to 2021, with contributions from the biggest names in the field, and skillfully edited by three of the finest thought leaders in evidenced based practice in coaching supervision. This book is an essential read for those interested in coaching supervision whether as a student or as a practitioner."
Professor Jonathan Passmore, Director Henley Centre for Coaching, Henley Business School, UK
"This is a well-researched and multidisciplinary-grounded book by leading authors in the field who offer theoretical and practical knowledge for coaching practitioners to rethink, reset, and continue their professional development through supervision."
Charline S. Russo, EdD, Senior Lecturer, Organizational Dynamics Program, University of Pennsylvania
Tatiana Bachkirova is Professor of Coaching Psychology and Co-Director of the International Centre for Coaching and Mentoring Studies at Oxford Brookes University, UK. She is a recognised author, international speaker and an active researcher.
Peter Jackson is Senior Lecturer and Co-Director of the International Centre for Coaching and Mentoring Studies at Oxford Brookes University, UK. His research interests are in embodiment and learning in coaching practice, reflective learning and professional development. He continues to practice as a coach and supervisor.
David Clutterbuck is one of the original pioneers of coaching and mentoring. Author of more than 70 books, he is co-founder of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council and visiting professor at four universities; and a distinguished fellow of The Conference Board.
Geef uw waardering
1.Supervision for working systemically (Paul Lawrence)
2.Supervision for working pluralistically (Tatiana Bachkirova)
3.Supervision for enhancing reflexivity (Peter Jackson)
4.Supervision for working with the Self (Robin Shohet)
5.Supervision for working ethically (David Lane and Michael Cavanagh)
6.Supervision for working legally (Angela Wright and Sean O’Connor)
Section 2Supervision grounded in theory
7.Psychoanalytic approach to coaching supervision (Andrey Rossokhin)
8.Supervising with Gestalt principles in mind (Sue Congram)
9.Supervising with Existential approach in mind (Monica Hanaway)
10.Supervising according to person centred principles (Bernard Cooke and Louise Sheppard)
11.Supervising according to TA principles (Julie Hay)
12.Supervising according to theories of Organisational Psychology (Carmelina Lawton Smith)
Section 3Models and methods of supervision
13.The seven-eyed model of supervision (Peter Hawkins and Gil Schwenk)
14.The three worlds four territories model of supervision (Mike Munro Turner)
15.The seven conversations model of supervision (David Clutterbuck)
16.Tapping into implicit in supervision (Michael Soth)
17.Using constellations in supervision (Ty Francis)
18.Choosing our supervising interventions (Michelle Lucas)
Section 4Contexts and practical modalities of supervision
19.Supervising in groups (Eliat Arram and Coreene Archer)
20.Peer supervision (Tammy Turner, Michelle Lucas and Carol Whitaker)
21.Supervising team coaches (Alison Hodges)
22.Supervising internal coaches (Christine Champion, Alison Maxwell and Kate Pinder)
23.Supervising organisation consultants (David Birch and Erik de Haan)
24.Supervising organisational transformation (Michel Moral and Florence Lamy)
25.Supervision in mentoring programmes (Lis Merrick and Paul Stokes)
26.Supervising virtually (Eve Turner and Damian Goldvarg)
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