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Coaching Center of Excellence, Webinar: Making the most of our supervision: the purpose, the preparation and participation

  • Tue, January 22, 2019
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • Learning at Your Desk!
  • 117


  • Members of the ATD NYC Chapter
  • Non-member of ATD NYC. You can have this webinar fee credited to your ATD NYC membership if you join within the next two weeks. Email contact@atdnyc.org to take advantage of this offer.


About the Webinar

In this webinar we will take a fresh look at what coaching supervision needs to offer in order to keep executive coaches fit for practice.

Research (Hodge 2014) endorses and verifies that the power of the relationship is at the heart of effective reflective practice in supervision. Here we will consider how together supervisor and coach co-create the core conditions to enable learning through dialogue and reflection on self and practice contribute to keeping coaches fit for purpose. The findings invite us to take a look at what coaching supervision needs to be and how the modeling of the supervisor supports coaches in keeping fit for practice.   

So, what part do supervisor and supervisee play in creating this effective learning relationship? Who is responsible for what? How do both participants in this dyad attend to the developmental and restorative purpose that meets the supervisee’s needs? How can the supervisee make the most of this practice to gain greater self-awareness and insight to deepen their capacity to be at their best with their clients?

In this webinar, participants will learn about the key elements that support effective reflection on practice and consider some of the options beyond the supervision dialogue.


  Dr Alison Hodge 


Dr Alison Hodge is an accredited Executive Coach at Master Practitioner level with EMCC UK and is accredited as Executive Coaching Supervisor with EMCC & APECS.  She works globally as a coaching supervisor with individuals and groups of both internal and external executive coaches who have a particular interest in individual, group and organiZational change and development.   She is a member of faculty and supervises supervisors-in-training with CSA (Coaching Supervision Academy).  She graduated with her DProf in Coaching Supervision at Middlesex University in July 2014.

Alison has a particular interest in the relational phenomena that occur in supervision and how this can inform the supervisee about their own process with their client relationships as well as what may be occurring in their individual and organizational client systems.  

Webinar information will be emailed directly to participants.


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