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Supervision in Coaching

Supervision in Coaching

Supervision, Ethics and Continuous Professional Development

Jonathan Passmore

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Supervision in Coaching examines how coaches can use professional development tools including supervision and continuing professional development to improve and develop their coaching practice.

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About the book

Coaching is rapidly growing from a young, emerging profession to one that is becoming more established on a global scale. As professional coaching grows, so does the need for a more formulated approach to regulation, ethics and individual development. In order for coaches to develop their skills and knowledge they need to make continual professional development and supervision a core aspect of their practice.

Published with the Association for Coaching, Supervision in Coaching examines how coaches can use a range of professional development tools to improve and develop their coaching. Written by a team of international coaching practitioners, it provides essential guidance on this increasingly key area of coaching practice. The authors provide advice on a range of topics, including approaches to supervision, managing ethical dilemmas, the role of regulation and licensing in coaching and the development of accreditation and professional standards.

Table Of Contents

  • Section - ONE: Approaches to supervision;
    • Chapter - 01: Supervision and continuous professional development in coaching – Jonathan Passmore;
    • Chapter - 02: The reflective coaching practitioner model – Francine Campone;
    • Chapter - 03: Action learning supervision for coaches – Roy Childs, Martin Woods, David Willcock and Angy Man;
    • Chapter - 04: The Gestalt supervision model – Marion Gillie;
    • Chapter - 05: Self-supervision using a peer group model – Barbara Moyes;
    • Chapter - 06: Narrative supervision – the experiential field and the ‘imaginal’ – Sue Congram;
    • Chapter - 07: Non-directive supervision of coaching – Bob Thomson;
    • Chapter - 08: Presence in coaching supervision – Elaine Patterson;
  • Section - TWO: Coaching ethics and the law;
    • Chapter - 09: Ethical frameworks in coaching – Claire Townsend;
    • Chapter - 10: Coaching ethics – developing a model to enhance coaching practice – Julie Allan, Jonathan Passmore and Lance Mortimer;
    • Chapter - 11: Legal considerations in coaching – Kevin Rogers;
  • Section - THREE: Continuous professional development;
    • Chapter - 12: Continuous professional development for coaches – David Hain, Philippa Hain and Lisa Matthewman;
    • Chapter - 13: Creative approaches to continuous development – Anne Davidson and Dale Schwarz;
    • Chapter - 14: Undertaking and reviewing coaching research as CPD – Max Blumberg and David Lane;
  • Section - FOUR: Personal reflection;
    • Chapter - 15: Coaches’ use of reflective journals for learning – Declan Woods;
    • Chapter - 16: Building emotional, ethical and cognitive capacity in coaches – a developmental model of supervision – Peter Hawkins;
    • Chapter - 17: Using case studies for reflective practice – Jonathan Passmore, Gladeana McMahon, Diane Brennan, Bob Lee, Barbara Christian and Michelle Tenzyk

Book Details

  • EAN: 9780749455330
  • Edition: 1
  • Published: 3rd July 2011
  • Paperback
  • Format: 235x160
  • 352 pages

About the Author

Jonathan Passmore is a chartered occupational psychologist, an accredited AC coach, a coaching supervisor and fellow of the CIPD. He is the author of several books and editor of the first edition of Excellence in Coaching as well as Psychometrics in Coaching, Diversity in Coaching and Leadership Coaching, all published by Kogan Page.

Jonathan Passmore