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Alison Hodge

Working with the parallel process in group supervision to inform what is happening in the organisational system

Theme: Results
Area: Supervision
Type: Demonstration
Style: Mainly experiential

Session on Wednesday, Apr 11, 17:00
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Session

In supervision we are working with issues that our coach/client brings to us. The coach invites us to explore what might be happening to their coaching client, to themselves, and between the two of them. The way in which the coach engages with us in supervision may also reflect what is happening in the overall organisational system. In this experiential demonstration, Alison will work with a small group of volunteers to explore a specific client situation. We will consider what might be happening within the supervision group that reflects any parallel process possibly operating in the coach/client/organisational system and the insights that these give the coach to inform how they proceed with their coachee to meet their objectives, and noticing how these may be impacted by the organisational system and context.

Bio

Dr Alison Hodge is an accredited Executive Coach at Master Practitioner level with EMCC and an accredited Executive Coaching Supervisor with APECS. Working globally as a coaching supervisor with individuals and groups of both internal and external executive coaches, she co-creates working agreements to explore their practice, their client work and their ongoing professional wellbeing. Alison teaches on the MSc in Coaching & Mentoring at Sheffield Hallam University in the UKand supervises supervisors-in-training at CSA (Coaching Supervision Academy). She completed her DProf in Coaching Supervision at Middlesex University in the UK in 2014. She is particularly interested in the relational phenomena that arise in supervision and how this can inform the supervisee about their own process with their client relationships as well as what may be occurring with their individual coachee and the organisational client systems in which the work is being delivered.

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