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Michelle Lucas & Carol Whitaker

Peer supervision’s role in supporting the development of coaching supervision as a professional process

Theme: Context
Area: Coaching Supervision
Type: Research (on-going)
Key words: Supervision practice , peer supervision, professional supervision, strategic partnership, coaching supervision practice , peer coaching supervision, professional coaching supervision

Session on Tuesday, Jul 10th, 15:25
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Session

In our session will discuss and share our experience in researching peer supervision practice across the global and give you an opportunity to contribute to this ongoing research. We will ask some challenging questions and provide a platform for debate. For example, Where do you place peer supervision in your range of reflective practice? We will explore how different international contexts generate different perspectives and approaches to supervision. We propose that it is possible to create a symbiotic relationship between peer supervision and supervision with a qualified supervisor The key is to enable peers to work together robustly and clarify when peer supervision is or is not sufficient. Working in small groups we will debate these questions:
– When & where is peer supervision a positive choice?
– What are the limits of peer supervision?
– How do you balance ease of access to supervision with keeping the safety of the client in mind?

Bio

Michelle Lucas has a background in Psychology & HR. She trained in Coaching and Supervision at Oxford Brookes in the UK, she also has an MBA. She is a practicing Executive Coach and Supervisor and is also the AC Supervision Lead.

Carol Whitaker has experience at Board level in a number of industries, an MBA with an early career in HR. The development of potential in the people has always been her passion. She specialises in Executive Coaching, Team/Group Coaching, Supervision and Mentoring Entrepreneurs.

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