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Lesley Matile, Sarah Gilbert & Eve Turner

Get chained: best practice tips for setting up a supervision chain

Theme: Practice
Area: Supervision
Type: Workshop
Style: Mainly Lecture

Session on Thursday, Mar 02, 10:55
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Lesley Matile thoughtfully tailors her motivational approach to ensure each person’s uniqueness and diversity is highly valued and mobilised in her coaching, mentoring and supervision. Her aim is to help others access their very best, achieve success and find personal fulfillment. She is dedicated to learning and development. She is passionate about offering value to coaches and clients through truly meaningful sessions. She believes it is important to continually build the reputation of the coaching profession by raising the bar on standards. Lesley freely shares her vast collection of resources to help embed the learning/strategies generated through insightful sessions. Lesley has a wide portfolio of clients who have described her as educational, challenging, trustworthy, empowering, surprising, empathic, supportive and fun!

Sarah Gilbert has 12 years’ experience supervising professionals in a range of academic, agency and business settings. Her coaching and mentoring clients include leaders in financial, legal, ICT and not-for-profit sectors. She has contributed to practitioner research on coaching and supervision and co-authored an award winning article on the role of peer supervision. Sarah works integratively, drawing on her psychological, behavioural and her systems knowledge and her training in many theoretical and practical approaches to facilitating organisational and personal change. Her style has been described as collaborative, enquiring, encouraging, pragmatic and compassionate. Sarah has a broad background in the field of people development and has managed her own consulting and coaching partnership for over a decade. She is a qualified coach supervisor, executive coach, mentor and workplace counsellor, with an earlier career in HR and career transition. An individual member of the EMCC and AC, Sarah is also a chartered FCIPD, RegMBACP, Affil BPS and SGCP member.

Eve Turner works systemically with groups and individuals, and has a busy practice coaching and supervising individuals, groups and teams. She does considerable research and writing in the field, alongside pro bono work including volunteering for coaching professional bodies.
In 2016 Eve set up the Global Supervisors’ Network for qualified and experienced supervisors which runs virtual CPD sessions in supervision for coaching, mentoring and/or consultancy monthly. GSN sessions are free to attend and subjects covered or planned include dealing with shame and grief in supervision, the use of journaling, neuroscience in supervision and the challenges of internal supervision, led by members across the world.
Eve is current holder of the prestigious 2015 EMCC European Coach of the Year Award for her contributions to the profession. She was Highly Commended for her Contributions to Coaching Supervision in 2016 in the annual Coaching at Work awards and jointly won their 2015 Best Research Article award. Eve has Master Executive Coach and Supervision accreditation and was one of the first two supervisors in Europe accredited by the EMCC. Her background includes senior leadership in the BBC running a large journalistic division and qualifications include an MBA, MSc and MMus along with postgraduate supervision qualifications.


Are you already in supervision with a qualified supervisor and are looking to add something extra?
Have you got valuable experience to add to colleagues’ practice?
Do you enjoy holding the space so others can reflect on your thought provoking questions?
Are you thinking about developing your practice by engaging in supervision with a qualified supervisor, but want to test out how you can use it most effectively before you take the next step?
Are you unsure about what you want in a supervisor?
Are you wondering about training to be a qualified supervisor?
Do you want more practice in the supervisor role?

If you have answered ‘yes’ to any of those questions, then this session may well have some very practical answers that get you excited about developing and ‘professionalising your practice’. Members of Evolve Coaching Supervision Chain will share how they run their supervision chain through an exchange of time and commitment rather than fees. Hear about the value that being a member of a chain can give you in terms of growth, collaboration, support, confidence and energy…. and, most importantly, added value to your clients. You will leave with a clear understanding of how you too could collaborate with your peers to establish a supervision chain as one valuable part of your reflective practice.

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