By Peter Welch
Coaching Supervision: Advancing Practice, Changing Landscapes

Coaching Supervision: Advancing Practice, Changing Landscapes

Coaching Supervision book launch

New supervision book published in the UK and USA: Coaching Supervision: Advancing practice, Changing landscapes

Co-edited by Jo Birch and Peter Welch, this is a contemporary deep dive into new developments in the field of coaching supervision.




 

"This book brings together a team of practitioner-researcher-academics, each of them exploring aspects of supervision at the edge of what is known and what is surmised. This ground-breaking volume is essential in enabling shifts in the thinking of supervisors."

(David Clutterbuck, EMCC Book Series editor of ‘Masters in Coaching and Mentoring)

 

This book is a profound exploration of the growing field of coach supervision. Each chapter and contributor draws our attention to the nuances of the supervision experience; provoking the reader to consider fresh perspectives while broadening and deepening the landscape of this essential practice. A true contribution to the field and a must-read for the serious coach practitioner and coach supervisor.

(Pam McLean, Ph.D., CEO  Hudson Institute of Coaching, Author of Self as Coach, Self as Leader)

 

The contributor list of this book reads like a compendium of current thought-leadership in coaching supervision.

(Tammy Turner - Founder, The Centre for Coaching Development and Supervision)

 

Book launches are happening, with more to be announced soon - Dublin was in May, Manchester, UK on 24th July, and at the Americas SuperVision Conference from June 13th to 14th in Montreal, Canada. Evolution Dialogues may pop up for contributors to discuss aspects of their chapter!

To order your AOCS member discounted copy use the code FLR40 here


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