Supervision is “a reflective and relational way of looking, and also a container and process within which to do that. Our teaching draws on much of the learning from psychology, psychotherapy, group dynamics, intersubjectivity, appreciative inquiry and systems thinking. It is a map of the supervision process and enables both supervisor and supervisee to chart their work together. ” (Robin Shohet & Johan Wilmot).
CONTENTS AND OBJECTIVES OF THE WORKSHOP
The “Seven Eyed” approach to Supervision is one of the most widespread models to be applied by coaches (and other helping professions). It is a map of the supervision process and enables both supervisor and supervisee to chart their work together.
In applying the Seven Eyed approach, the supervisor is invited to employ different roles or styles at different times, including attending to the processes that occur during supervisor-supervisee conversations.
Joan and Robin have been working with the Seven Eyed model for over thirty years. They are passionate to be constantly discovering new ways of teaching it, especially bringing in a spiritual dimension.
This one day event will be an introduction to the Seven Eyed model for coaches of all levels of experience. The attendance will count as a first step to completing the first 3-day module CSTD Certificate Course.
In this one day Introductory training, Joan and Robin will:
- look at aims and benefits of the supervisory relationships
- visit and practice the seven modes of supervision, particularly looking at how the use of self can bring us deeper into relationships
- Address participants’ challenges and questions in relationship to their practice as supervisors and coaches.
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