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Team Coaching Super-“vision” and Reflective Practice
"ORSC Black Belt Session" 5
Our next and final ORSC black belt session this year is from 2-5pm on Friday 14 October at Lumen - in Kings Cross. The session is open to ORSC practitioners at any level.
Any time there are more than two people in a coaching session or facilitated event, there are many dynamics at play, only some of which are observable in the moment.
Taking time to reflect with a supervisor - in a supportive group setting with peers - is a fantastic way to explore some of the complexity that remains hidden to us when we are working live with a system. It allows us to ground ourselves in what went well, as well as where we may have struggled, and most of all to get fresh insight and learning that prepares us to better handle our next session.
This one-off black belt session is designed to be a taster for those who may be unfamiliar with team coaching supervision in a group setting.
In the session we may use any of a variety of techniques, including:
- team sculpting
- Magic Box
- 7-eye model
You will be able to reflect on your team interventions (or work with couples or families) and process what lies out of your awareness, and / or help other coaches in their reflection.
This will be a unique chance to experience peer reflection using both systems and super-vision frameworks. The emphasis will be on reflective practice and will therefore be somewhat different and broader in flavour than the competency-based supervision we receive when going through certification.
Dorothy Atcheson has been working as a coach for nearly 10 years, since training with the Coaches Training Institute (CTI) in 2007. She is also a certified ORSC coach (ORSCC) and current ORSC UK Community Holder (since 2012). She has been a coach supervisor since accrediting with The Coaching Supervision Academy (CSA) in 2012, where she is also now on the faculty. She is passionate about learning and loves facilitating ongoing personal and professional development (CPD) for coaches. With super-"vision", she strives to create a collaborative learning space that is enlightening and inspiring, where judgment and notions of right and wrong are not encouraged so that learning and innovation can flourish.
About the ORSC Black Belt Series
This year, to broaden and build on our monthly evening events for the Community, we have piloted a series of additional events and special interest groups on Friday afternoons for more experienced ORSC practitioners who want to dive deeper into the tools, concepts and competencies of systems work. More about Black Belt Series…
Organiser: Dorothy Atcheson
Venue: Lumen in Kings Cross
Pre-requisite to attend: ORSC practitioners at any level.
PLEASE arrive at 1.30 for a prompt 2pm start.
SAVE THE DATES
- 2017 TBC (usually 2 to 5pm on Fridays at Lumen, Kings Cross)
- Tue 11 October - Taming Toxins and Coming from the Heart (SSE, London Bridge, 6.30-9pm)
- Wed 9 November - Global Unity - from Powerless to Powerful (SSE, London Bridge, 6.30-9pm)
- Tue 6 December - Xmas social (location TBC; 6.30 onward)
- Fri 4 Nov - Formal constellations SIG - (Lumen, Kings Cross, 2-5pm)
When & Where
ORSC UK Community
Enabling systems workers to master the ORSC approach in coaching for right relationship.