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27th Global

Mentoring, Coaching, and Supervision Conference

12-14 May 2021

27th Global

Mentoring, Coaching, and Supervision Conference

12-14 May 2021

Speakers

Tom Battye & Ken Giglio

EMCC Global: supervision with Tom Battye & Ken Giglio

Theme: Related Fields

Area: Supervision

Type: Workshop

Session on 12 May 2021 12:45 UTC - View on timetable

Session

Supervision is a process of facilitated self-reflection, ideally with a qualified and accredited supervisor. The concept of the ‘internal supervisor’, however, refers to our capacity to supervise ourselves in the moment, whilst working with a client.  Attend this workshop if you would like to expand your reflexive capacity in order to develop your ‘internal supervisor’, enabling you to deliver your best work to your clients and their organisations.  This workshop will provide you with techniques for developing your skills as a reflective practitioner. We will discuss best practice and the theory that informs this. You will take away a set of creative exercises that you can apply immediately.  EMCC Global has always acknowledged the critical importance of reflective practice, which sits at the heart of our development as coaches, mentors and supervisors.  We believe that if we want our clients to reflect at a deep level, then first of all we need to be highly capable, reflective practitioners ourselves. This workshop is designed for anyone working as a coach, mentor or supervisor, in any context.

Bio

Tom Battye works internationally, supporting senior leaders and their teams. He is a Master Practitioner (EIA) level coach and an accredited supervisor (ESIA) and team coach (ITCA).  Tom has 20 years international experience working in the field of organisational development and a background as a professional expedition leader, responsible for leading treks and managing projects in developing countries. Over the past 20 years he has led over 40 expeditions, including regular treks in the Atlas Mountains.  Tom is a recent winner of the EMCC Global Supervision Award for his 10-year contribution to the profession as the EMCC Global Supervision (Quality and Accreditation) workgroup leader. He is also a keen modern jive and blues dancer and is looking forward to enjoying this hobby again, hopefully later in the year.

Ken Giglio is Principal of Mindful Leadership Consulting, a global leadership consulting and executive coaching firm with more than a 130 coaches and coach supervisors, partnering with top global companies. He is a highly experienced, certified executive coach and accredited coaching supervisor and leads his team in developing mindful leaders to be attentive and present within themselves, with others, and with the systems in which they work. Ken obtained his Executive coaching certification from The Hudson Institute of Coaching and his Coaching Supervisor diploma through the Coaching Supervision Academy (CSA), where he is a faculty member for the North America program.  Ken’s commitment to the quality and integrity of coaching work and the coaching field, led him to develop the Tri-Lens Coaching Supervision Model™. This model creates a framework for coaches to reflect in dialogue with a supervisor on their work through three lenses: self as coach; relationship with client and relationship with the system.