Diversity, Power and Inclusion in Coach Supervision practice
A 90 minute webinar to co-create discussion with coach supervisors about the potential impact of Diversity, Power and Inclusion

Diversity, Power and Inclusion in Coach Supervision practice

How do you deepen your connection with your client and work with a broader awareness of the influences in the system of Diversity, Power and Inclusion? 

This 90-minute webinar will use a pre-completed reflective questionnaire to co-create discussion with coach supervisors about the potential impact of Diversity, Power and Inclusion on professional coach supervision practice. 

The webinar will:

  • Work with material adapted from Dr Sandie Dunne
  • Explore the interconnections relating to Diversity, Power and Inclusion
  • Develop your self-awareness of the influences on your own Diversity, Power and Inclusion
  • Provide a stream of consciousness from which to enhance the scope of your supervision 

We will create a safe space where we can:

  • Consider what has influenced our lives
  • Surface our unconscious bias at play
  • Explore the interconnected nature of social categorizations as they apply to a given individual or group - and what it means generally and to us as professional coach supervisors, to the coaches we work with, the coaches’ clients and the wider system 

These topics are areas where the personal and the professional are likely to impact on the work we undertake.  Come and reflect on actions you may or may not choose to take in relation to your own discoveries and insights through:

  • Reflective learning about Diversity, Power and Inclusion
  • Better understanding of the term intersectionality
  • Personal insights and awareness
  • Action plans for developing Supervision practices 

CPD: ICF CCE’s applied for + AoCS CPD Certificate

Lesley Cave is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC, ICF), Coach Supervisor, Coach Mentor and Educator.
A summary of Lesley’s expertise is a tripartite of a) Executive coaching, coach mentoring, coach supervision and education b) Executive and Trustee positions, and c) Third Sector volunteering.  

Her career journey has evolved from being the first female paramedic on a joint Fire/Ambulance Station through to working as a director across organisational boundaries and in highly political systems. This webinar harnesses her work in the field of diversity, inclusion and power.


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Dates and Costs
May 6, 2020
Times:

18.30 to 20.00 GMT

Cost:

Show your interest here by emailing: info@associationofcoachingsupervisors.com
(Eventbrite page due soon)
Free to AoCS members

Location

This is a virtual event.

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