Theme: Skills/tools/techniques - practice
Style: Mainly Lecture
Session on 13 May 2021 15:00 cest - View on timetable
Covid-19 has forced professionals worldwide to work virtually and many have found themselves without the experience and skills to effectively transition their practices. This session will share the results from 20 interviews conducted with some of the most experienced supervisors in the Americas and will focus on the strategies they used to navigate challenges effectively. Participants will also have the opportunity to learn from each other in small group discussions on how they have faced their challenges and learn from each other’s experiences and effective strategies. By the end of the session participants will reflect on their current practices and learn new ways to manage present and future virtual challenges.
Dr Damian Goldvarg has 30 years of experience in executive assessment and coaching and leadership development, working with individuals and organisations in over 60 countries. He received his PhD. in Organisational Psychology from Alliant University in California. He is also a Professional Certified Speaker (CSP) and an EMCC accredited coach supervisor, and facilitates certifications on Professional Coaching, Mentor Coaching, and Coaching Supervision. His supervision training programme is accredited by EMCC. He received the 2019 EMCC Global Supervision Award.
Eve Turner is an award-winning coach, supervisor, and writer who is a leading contributor to industry research and actively engaged in pro bono work. She is on the EMCC Global Ethics WorkGroup, is an EMCC accredited supervisor, co-founded the Climate Coaching Alliance, and founded and leads the Global Supervisors’ Network. Eve‘s writing includes several chapters and two co-authored publications: Turner, E. and Palmer, S. (2019) ‘The Heart of Coaching Supervision – Working with Reflection and Self-Care’ and Hawkins, P. and Turner, E. (2020) ‘Systemic Coaching – delivering value beyond the individual’ which considers Earth as a stakeholder.