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© Bath Consultancy Group 2014
A division of GP Strategies
Ltd
Supervision with the
Team and Organisation in Mind
of Superv...
International Coaching Week 2014 #icw2014
Your presenters…
Professor Peter Hawkins
Founder and Emeritus Chairman
Bath Cons...
Whilst you are waiting, please type any
questions that you have about
Supervising with the Team and
Organisation in Mind
a...
Supervising with the team and organisation in
mind
The course focuses on how to do systemic supervision
so that we focus o...
Systemic coaching supervision
A definition
Supervision of a coach or team of coaches which is:
• Informed by a systemic pe...
Overview
1. Supervising Individual Coaching
2. Supervising Team Coaching
3. Supervising Multiple Interventions in an
Organ...
Overview
1. Supervising Individual Coaching
2. Supervising Team Coaching
3. Supervising Multiple Interventions in an
Organ...
The coaching paradigm shift
From facing the person
you are coaching as your
client, to going shoulder
to shoulder with the...
New paradigm questions
Outside-in and future-back
?
What does your
world need you
to step up to,
that you are
struggling t...
Seven modes of supervision
1. The client situation
1
4
6
7
Supervisory System
Coaching System
Supervisor
Coach
Client
2
5
...
The journey from team manager to team coach
Team
Manager
Team
Leader
Team
Orchestrator
Team
Coach
Overview
1. Supervising Individual Coaching
2. Supervising Team Coaching
3. Supervising Multiple Interventions in an
Organ...
Team
Facilitation
Process Focus
at events
Performance
Task and
Process Focus
Leadership
Team Coaching
Task, Process,
and
S...
The five disciplines of high performing teams
Task
Process
Inside
(within boundary)
Outside
(across boundary)
Clarifying
P...
Supervising team coaching
(Chapter 13 in Leadership Team Coaching, Peter Hawkins, Kogan Page, 2014, 2nd Edition)
Greater
c...
Ten modes of supervision - “The ten-
eyed model”
1. The client situation
4
6
7
Supervisory
System
Coaching
System
Supervis...
Overview
1. Supervising Individual Coaching
2. Supervising Team Coaching
3. Supervising Multiple Interventions in an
Organ...
19
E V E N T S
Patterns of
behaviour
Systemic structure
Mind sets
Emotional ground
Motivational roots
Six levels of system...
Still there is a level of caricature between
Corporate Centre and Academic departments
You are anarchic
and have too many
...
Client X at its worst
Top down fix
(Winners/losers)
‘Us’ and
‘Them
Joint
challenges
Talk ‘about’ not
‘with’
Resentment,
cr...
Client X at its best
‘Com-laberation’: A virtuous cycle of intent
Create robust
‘win-win’ solution
that builds joint
confi...
Certificate in coaching supervision:
programme overview
What our Alumni say...
Good event and it really helped me to get the hang of the
seven eyed model. I was also reminded of ...
Dates for your diaries
21-23 January:
Supervision Essentials
(Foundation)
London, UK
4-6 March:
Supervising with the Team ...
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View the latest Coaching Supervision webinar presentation with Professor Peter Hawkins, a leading writer and practitioner in the use of coaching and coaching supervision and Christopher Smith, Managing Director of Bath Consultancy and an experienced coach, team coach and coaching supervisor.

During this session they explore 3 ways in which supervision can make a difference to:

•Coaching individuals with their teams and the organisation in mind

• Team coaching - maximising the value of the process for the wider business

• Your work as a practitioner in organisation development.

View the presentation to get the latest, leading edge thinking on the practice of systemic supervision.

Listen to the webinar here: http://www.bathconsultancygroup.com/what-we-do/coaching-supervision/coaching-supervision-webinar-recordings.shtml

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Supervision with the team and organisation in mind webinar

  1. 1. © Bath Consultancy Group 2014 A division of GP Strategies Ltd Supervision with the Team and Organisation in Mind of Supervision WebinarJanuary 2015
  2. 2. International Coaching Week 2014 #icw2014 Your presenters… Professor Peter Hawkins Founder and Emeritus Chairman Bath Consultancy Group Chris Smith Managing Director Bath Consultancy Group
  3. 3. Whilst you are waiting, please type any questions that you have about Supervising with the Team and Organisation in Mind and hit ‘Send’ WELCOME! We will be starting shortly. Please type your questions in the Q&A box
  4. 4. Supervising with the team and organisation in mind The course focuses on how to do systemic supervision so that we focus on the needs of the team, the organisation and the organisation’s stakeholders as well as the coach and their individual clients. It includes how to supervise team coaching and work with the wider organisation.
  5. 5. Systemic coaching supervision A definition Supervision of a coach or team of coaches which is: • Informed by a systemic perspective • In service of all parts of the system learning and developing • Attends to the client in relation to their systemic context(s) • Includes the coach and the supervisor as part of the field that is being reflected upon
  6. 6. Overview 1. Supervising Individual Coaching 2. Supervising Team Coaching 3. Supervising Multiple Interventions in an Organisation to ensure Organisational Learning
  7. 7. Overview 1. Supervising Individual Coaching 2. Supervising Team Coaching 3. Supervising Multiple Interventions in an Organisation to ensure Organisational Learning
  8. 8. The coaching paradigm shift From facing the person you are coaching as your client, to going shoulder to shoulder with them as your partner, jointly facing what their world of tomorrow is asking them to step up to Where coach and client are jointly in service of the needs of the wider organisation and its stakeholders Creating not just personal development but shared value for multiple stakeholders
  9. 9. New paradigm questions Outside-in and future-back ? What does your world need you to step up to, that you are struggling to step up to? Who or what is our work in service of? How do we best work together to create the maximum value for those you are in service of? What percentage of your potential to make a difference in the world are you currently using? What percentage could you be using in a year’s time? What do we need to do to traverse the gap?
  10. 10. Seven modes of supervision 1. The client situation 1 4 6 7 Supervisory System Coaching System Supervisor Coach Client 2 5 3 2. The coach’s interventions 3. The coaching relationship 4. The coach 5. The supervisory relationship and parallel process 6. The supervisor 7. The wider context
  11. 11. The journey from team manager to team coach Team Manager Team Leader Team Orchestrator Team Coach
  12. 12. Overview 1. Supervising Individual Coaching 2. Supervising Team Coaching 3. Supervising Multiple Interventions in an Organisation to ensure Organisational Learning
  13. 13. Team Facilitation Process Focus at events Performance Task and Process Focus Leadership Team Coaching Task, Process, and Stakeholder Focus Transformationa l Leadership Team Coaching Task, Process, Stakeholder, and Organisational Transformation Focus Systemic Team Coaching Task, Process, Stakeholder, Organisation, and System Focus The extended team coaching continuum
  14. 14. The five disciplines of high performing teams Task Process Inside (within boundary) Outside (across boundary) Clarifying Primary purpose goals, objectives roles Commissioning Ensuring a clear commission for the team and contracting on what it must deliver Co-Creating Interpersonal and team dynamics team culture Connecting and engaging all the critical stakeholders Core Learning Reflecting, learning, integrating
  15. 15. Supervising team coaching (Chapter 13 in Leadership Team Coaching, Peter Hawkins, Kogan Page, 2014, 2nd Edition) Greater complexity of the system being supervised Team Coach often feels flooded by the data and then floods the supervisor Importance of moving quickly from data to pattern in the team and system Then to move to what needs to shift in the relationship between team and coach
  16. 16. Ten modes of supervision - “The ten- eyed model” 1. The client situation 4 6 7 Supervisory System Coaching System Supervisor Team Coach Client Team 5 2. The coach’s interventions 3. The coaching relationship 4. The coach 5. The supervisory relationship and parallel process 6. The supervisor 7. The wider context Team Stakeholders 2 3 1 -2 Team Eco-System -1 -3 -1. The team stakeholders -2. How the team engages their stakeholders -3. The relationship between the team and its stakeholders
  17. 17. Overview 1. Supervising Individual Coaching 2. Supervising Team Coaching 3. Supervising Multiple Interventions in an Organisation to Ensure Organisational Learning
  18. 18. 19 E V E N T S Patterns of behaviour Systemic structure Mind sets Emotional ground Motivational roots Six levels of system view
  19. 19. Still there is a level of caricature between Corporate Centre and Academic departments You are anarchic and have too many underperforming academics and siloed departments: • We need to bring you into line and systematise you You are an overhead that we pay for: • Cost us less and serve us better • Less un-joined up bureaucratic demands
  20. 20. Client X at its worst Top down fix (Winners/losers) ‘Us’ and ‘Them Joint challenges Talk ‘about’ not ‘with’ Resentment, critique, complaint Defence and counter blame “Fight” Locate the problem and fault in the other • Create a policy • Write a strategy • Do nothing “Suck up control” Delegate upwards Assign ownership/ accountability to others Events Avoid • Form a committee • Create a bureaucratic process
  21. 21. Client X at its best ‘Com-laberation’: A virtuous cycle of intent Create robust ‘win-win’ solution that builds joint confidence. “Holding and respecting diverse/different values” Agreed prioritisation of each other’s values Shared ambition “Joint challenges” We locate the challenge in between us rather than in one or the other Challenge our own behaviour as well as that of others We get the right people round the table Own joint responsibility for issue and its solution Get the ‘dead elks’ onto the table
  22. 22. Certificate in coaching supervision: programme overview
  23. 23. What our Alumni say... Good event and it really helped me to get the hang of the seven eyed model. I was also reminded of how much I enjoy working with group supervision. Group Supervision for Executive Coaches course, Oct 2014 A very enjoyable, inspiring and thought-provoking experience. A great way to end the formal part of the BCG coaching supervision certificate programme. Advanced Supervision course, Dec 2014* *This course is only available to people completing the full Certificate Programme
  24. 24. Dates for your diaries 21-23 January: Supervision Essentials (Foundation) London, UK 4-6 March: Supervising with the Team and Organisation in Mind Bath, UK
  25. 25. Follow us on Twitter @BCG_OD Follow us on LinkedIn
  26. 26. © 2015 GP Strategies Limited. All rights reserved. GP Strategies, GP Strategies and logo design, BlessingWhite, Rovsing Dynamics, Asentus, Information Horizons, PMC, Sandy, Bath Consultancy Group, Academy of Training, Martonhouse, Via Training, Beneast Training, Ultra, RWD, Communication Consulting, Option Six, Milsom, Clutterbuck Associates, Future Perfect, PerformTech, Smallpeice Enterprises, GPiLEARN, GPCALCS, GPSteam, EtaPRO, VirtualPlant, Prospero Learning Solutions and Lorien Engineering Solutions Ltd are trademarks or registered trademarks of GP Strategies Corporation in the U.S. and other countries. All other trademarks are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. Proprietary to GP Strategies Limited. www.bathconsultancygroup.com A division of Peter Hawkins and Chris Smith Lara.dias@bathconsultancygroup.com Phone: 01225 520866

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