In the last twenty years we have witnessed the exciting spread of coaching supervision around the world. Also for the last ten years the fastest growing aspect of coaching has been team coaching and systemic team coaching. Now we are seeing a new challenging frontier for both. Although there are now many trained coach supervisors and a growing number of trained team coaches there is a global shortage of trained and experienced team coach supervisors. The Global Team Coaching Institute, which I lead in partnership with my colleague David Clutterbuck and WBECS have developed a global list of accredited team coach supervisors. But more are needed, people who are trained experienced team coaches and trained coach supervisors with specific training in how to supervise systemic team coaching.
To meet this need Renewal Associates are providing a specialised advanced virtual 3 day programme for experienced team coaches/experienced coach supervisors who want to develop their capacity in supervising systemic team coaching.
This will be lead by Professor Peter Hawkins and Dr Catherine Carr, both of whom are global thought leaders and writers in both systemic team coaching and coaching supervision. This programme is on 15th – 18th June, with timings being arranged to accommodate different time zones. Those interested in applying for the few remaining spaces should complete the application form using the link here.
Peter Hawkins will also be running the annual Advanced Retreat at Barrow Castle 1st -3rd September, in the countryside on the edge of Bath, for those experienced coaches, team coaches and consultants who want to deepen what supports and resources their work and discover ways of partnering with the wider ecology in their practice. For further information and an application form click here.
Both programmes are designed to support practitioners growing their inner capacity and growing their circle of influence and impact.