Live practitioner webinar  


Monday, September 24, 2018 from 6:30 PM to 7:45 PM CEST
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EMCC Administrator 
EMCC International 

Webinar: The Live Practitioner - Supervision with Dr Alison Hodge - Monday 24 September @ 18.30 cest 

About the webinar Part of EMCC Internationals 'Live Practitioner' Series, this webinar is an opportunity to observe an expert practitioner working with a live client followed by an opportunity to review the session and ask questions of the practitioner.

This webinar is suitable for the Continuous Professional Development of supervisors of coaching and mentoring as well as aspiring supervisors.  If you are a coach/mentor who is curious about supervision and how it can contribute to your practice then this webinar will give you the opportunity to experience supervision best practice.

The webinar will commence with contracting between Alison Hodge (the supervisor), the supervisee, and the webinar delegates for confidentiality and other ground rules.  For the reasons of confidentiality the webinar will not be recorded so will not be available to view later.

Dr Alison Hodge workis 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 (UK) and supervises supervisors-in-training at CSA (Coaching Supervision Academy).  She completed her DProf in Coaching Supervision at Middlesex University 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 organizational client systems in which the work is being delivered.

Alison is accredited with EMCC at Master Practitioner level and is an accredited Executive Coaching Supervisor with APECS.   She is a frequent speaker at EMCC International conference and is delivering a session at EMCCs 24th International Annual Coaching, Mentoring, and Supervision Conference on 11 April 2018 on the subject of 'working with the parallel process in group supervision to inform what is happening in the organisational system'.