Supervision - dilemmas in coaching (3 of 4) - boundaries

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11th May 2022, 6.00pm - 7.30pm
Professionals and trainees

The third of a series of coaching supervision sessions that focus on different coaching dilemmas. Part three is focused on boundaries.

This series of workshops will focus on the most common coaching dilemmas.
Whether you're an experienced coach, or just starting out, this useful series will provide some space to explore various themes, scenarios, and bring your own examples,

Providing a safe and confidential space to explore what coaching dilemmas mean to you and your practice, what to watch out for, how to manage them, avoid them, and work through them.

Held with small groups, and hosted by our Founder, accredited ICF PCC Coach, and qualified Coaching Supervisor Steph Durbin.
Steph will guide the group through the exploration of various scenarios and invite you to discuss each situation in more detail.

The third in the series is focused on coaching boundaries - what are the boundaries? How will you know if they've been crossed? How will you feel about it when they have? How do you manage that?

Each of the series will be repeated, so if you miss one, you can top up at a later date.

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If you attend all four in this series, you will be invited to a free and private group event for 60 minutes of reflection and discussion about what you have learned from the series.

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Hosted by Steph Durbin

Steph Durbin is a PCC accredited ICF coach, who originally trained at Barefoot Coaching. She is also a qualified Coaching Supervisor.

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