Coaching Supervision in the Americas, May 8, 2020

Ken Giglio will speak at the conference,  which is being held online this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, on the topic of the importance of coaching supervision. Lynne De Lay will be his co-presenter.

Session description:

Developing a Reflective Practice Through Three Lenses  

As Margaret Mead declared – a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world. The potential for transformative change exists in the collective, reflective space of coaching supervision groups. 

This experiential session will showcase the Tri-Lens Coaching Supervision Model™, which guides reflective practice and builds coaches’ capacity to view their client work between three lenses to evoke attention and presence—Within (Self as Coach/Self as Supervisor), With Others (Coach/Supervisor; Coach/ Clients), and With the System (Culture/Enterprise).

The session will be done within a fishbowl structure, with six volunteers in the inner-circle supervision group and two supervisors, and outer-circle observers. Other elements of the supervision group demonstration include a centering exercise, reflective group work, volunteered case studies, supervisor facilitation, inner circle insight review, and a large group debrief/ Q&A.