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Preface Contributors Foreword Introduction - overview of coaching supervision Edna Murdoch 1 Coaching supervision - an ethical angle Alison Hodge 2 Mind, body and metaphor Jackie Arnold 3 Heart to heart - a meeting place for transformational learning Samuel P. Magill Sr. 4 Reflective learning and the reflective practitioner Elaine Patterson 5 Mindfulness and presence in supervision Ian Mackenzie 6 Coaching supervision: a psychodynamic approach Kate Lanz 7 Invitation to the music: the transpersonal note in coaching supervision Karyn Prentice Testimonials
Edna Murdoch is an experienced coach and a pioneer in the field of coaching supervision. She is founder and director of The Coaching Supervision Academy which runs an accredited and internationally successful supervision programme. Her conference presentations on supervision include those at EMCC, ICF, AC and Oxford Brookes. Edna has a busy global supervision practice working with individuals and with groups. Jackie Arnold is an ICF Executive Coach and Dip CSA Coach Supervisor. She is an assessor for the CSA Diploma in Coaching Supervision. She has run her executive coaching and supervision practice since 1998. Jackie is an Ambassador for the Association of Coaching Supervisors AOCS worldwide.
Supportive, generative, stretching and energising - regular supervision is simply essential for any coach who's serious about developing deep understanding, professionalism and effectiveness with their clients. -- Linda Aspey, President of AICTP (Assoc. of Integrative Coach-Therapist Professionals) The ability to reflect carefully on one's work with an expert third party is crucial to maintaining coaching and mentoring standards. I see it as a professional duty to both clients and oneself. -- Peter Neville Lewis, Founder - Principled Consulting. Director. Board & SMT advice Ethical & Risk Culture & Strategy. Supervision is essential for my coaching. It keeps me honest, grounded, in touch with my development goals - and I can talk about the work I love! -- Dr Henry Campion MB,BS., Executive Coach and Coach Supervisor.