South East Leadership Academy

Coach Supervisor Programme – supervision day 2 of 2

Coaching is widely recognised and used as a highly effective approach to develop skills and performance of people in organisations.
The coach facilitates the learning of the coachee in a way that is context driven (i.e. always highly relevant), the learning process is owned and lead by the coachee. Coaching is very effective at influencing the development of desired skills and behaviours. The coach supervisor provides support to and facilitates the continuous professional development of the coach.
Coaching supervision uses the same core competencies as coaching but is a different discipline, utilising different processes with different outcomes. Coaching supervision draws heavily from supervision in therapeutic disciplines such as counselling and psychotherapy.

Dates:

Day 1: 29th September 2020
Day 2: 20th October 2020
Day 3: 25th November 2020
Day 4: 16th December 2020

Supervision Sessions (participants are to attend one session per day)
15th January 2020 – 9:00 – 10:30 or 10:45 – 12:15
26th January 2020 – 13:00 – 14:30 or 15:00 – 16:30

 

This programme is now full.
To register your interest in future cohorts please email the team at [email protected]

BAME Coaching Programme–Institute of Leadership and Management Accredited Coaching Certificate Induction Session

January 26, 2021 @ 2:00 pm 5:00 pm

Coaching is a powerful method of developing capability in others, making this programme ideal for NHS leaders, managers and health professionals looking to develop their capabilities as well as those of others. This programme is designed to develop the knowledge, skills and capabilities to facilitate the improvement of patient care through the development of people and this will be delivered virtually.

The Programme

The Coaching Programme offers 15 places which will be funded by the South East Leadership Academy, and is an accreditation delivered by HumanTechnics, through The Institute of Leadership & Management and enables participants to join the SELA Coaching Register once accredited. Successful participants who pass submission at the end of the programme will receive a certificate of Accreditation, which will detail that this is an equivalent to ILM 5. The programme will be spread over a period 12 months, and will include: 5 days of virtual training; 4 – days of workshop training which will be delivered in 2 blocks of 2 days with a gap between a week and a month between the two parts. The 5th day is a CPD day and is an opportunity to reconnect as a group and develop a support network. For further information on the programme, please view the flyer here.

Programme Schedule

3-hour induction session– 26th January 2021 (14.00 – 17.00) Day 1& 2: Module 1 – 3rd & 4th February 2021 (9.00 – 17.00) Day 3 &4: Module 2 – 3rd & 4th March 2021 (9.00 – 17.00) Day 5: Module 3; CPD – 3rd February 2022 (9.00 – 17.00)

Who is this programme for?

This is a positive action programme for our BAME (Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic) colleagues directly employed by NHS to enhance diversity in our coaching faculties.

More Information

Please click here for further details. If you have any queries, please contact us as [email protected]

Details

Date:
January 26
Time:
2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
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Coach Supervisor Programme – Supervision day 2 of 2

Coaching is widely recognised and used as a highly effective approach to develop skills and performance of people in organisations.
The coach facilitates the learning of the coachee in a way that is context driven (i.e. always highly relevant), the learning process is owned and lead by the coachee. Coaching is very effective at influencing the development of desired skills and behaviours. The coach supervisor provides support to and facilitates the continuous professional development of the coach.
Coaching supervision uses the same core competencies as coaching but is a different discipline, utilising different processes with different outcomes. Coaching supervision draws heavily from supervision in therapeutic disciplines such as counselling and psychotherapy.

Dates:

Day 1: 29th September 2020
Day 2: 20th October 2020
Day 3: 25th November 2020
Day 4: 16th December 2020

Supervision Sessions (participants are to attend one session per day)
15th January 2020 – 9:00 – 10:30 or 10:45 – 12:15
26th January 2020 – 13:00 – 14:30 or 15:00 – 16:30

 

This programme is now full.
To register your interest in future cohorts please email the team at [email protected]

Coach Supervisor Programme – Supervision day 1 of 2

Coaching is widely recognised and used as a highly effective approach to develop skills and performance of people in organisations.
The coach facilitates the learning of the coachee in a way that is context driven (i.e. always highly relevant), the learning process is owned and lead by the coachee. Coaching is very effective at influencing the development of desired skills and behaviours. The coach supervisor provides support to and facilitates the continuous professional development of the coach.
Coaching supervision uses the same core competencies as coaching but is a different discipline, utilising different processes with different outcomes. Coaching supervision draws heavily from supervision in therapeutic disciplines such as counselling and psychotherapy.

Dates:

Day 1: 29th September 2020
Day 2: 20th October 2020
Day 3: 25th November 2020
Day 4: 16th December 2020

Supervision Sessions (participants are to attend one session per day)
15th January 2020 – 9:00 – 10:30 or 10:45 – 12:15
26th January 2020 – 13:00 – 14:30 or 15:00 – 16:30

 

This programme is now full.
To register your interest in future cohorts please email the team at [email protected]

Coach Supervisor Programme – Supervision day 1 of 2

Coaching is widely recognised and used as a highly effective approach to develop skills and performance of people in organisations.
The coach facilitates the learning of the coachee in a way that is context driven (i.e. always highly relevant), the learning process is owned and lead by the coachee. Coaching is very effective at influencing the development of desired skills and behaviours. The coach supervisor provides support to and facilitates the continuous professional development of the coach.
Coaching supervision uses the same core competencies as coaching but is a different discipline, utilising different processes with different outcomes. Coaching supervision draws heavily from supervision in therapeutic disciplines such as counselling and psychotherapy.

Dates:

Day 1: 29th September 2020
Day 2: 20th October 2020
Day 3: 25th November 2020
Day 4: 16th December 2020

Supervision Sessions (participants are to attend one session per day)
15th January 2020 – 9:00 – 10:30 or 10:45 – 12:15
26th January 2020 – 13:00 – 14:30 or 15:00 – 16:30

 

This programme is now full.
To register your interest in future cohorts please email the team at [email protected]

Virtual Group Supervision for Coaches with Will Jackson

We are pleased to invite you to register your interest to attend the Coaching Supervision – Virtual Group Supervision for Coaches, led

Coach Supervisor Programme day 4 of 4

Coaching is widely recognised and used as a highly effective approach to develop skills and performance of people in organisations.
The coach facilitates the learning of the coachee in a way that is context driven (i.e. always highly relevant), the learning process is owned and lead by the coachee. Coaching is very effective at influencing the development of desired skills and behaviours. The coach supervisor provides support to and facilitates the continuous professional development of the coach.
Coaching supervision uses the same core competencies as coaching but is a different discipline, utilising different processes with different outcomes. Coaching supervision draws heavily from supervision in therapeutic disciplines such as counselling and psychotherapy.

Dates:

Day 1: 29th September 2020
Day 2: 20th October 2020
Day 3: 25th November 2020
Day 4: 16th December 2020

Supervision Sessions (participants are to attend one session per day)
15th January 2020 – 9:00 – 10:30 or 10:45 – 12:15
26th January 2020 – 13:00 – 14:30 or 15:00 – 16:30

 

This programme is now full.
To register your interest in future cohorts please email the team at [email protected]

Faculty event: Working with Agility and Restoration

Time to connect with peers and reflect on the psychology of how we responded to recent challenges and harnessed new opportunities across teams and organisations.

Introduction

In the last few months organisations and teams across the South East had to adapt their ways of working to the new challenges that Covid-19 has presented us with. This unprecedented time has seen many colleagues across the NHS working incredibly hard, stepping up to roles they never thought they were ready or able to do and performing these with great dedication, enthusiasm and kindness.

Here at the NHS Leadership Academy, all our leadership development programmes were put on hold. We are now looking to the future beyond Covid-19 and we are very excited to bring our faculty together, although virtually, for this CPD session.

Who is this event for?

This virtual CPD session is designed to provide current and active Coaches, Mentors, HLM and MBTI practitioners and ALS specialists with an opportunity to connect with peers, share experiences and learn new tools and approaches to support their current practice.

 

 

Leaders as allies: Why me? Why now? 25th November 2020

As we celebrate Black History Month, this masterclass will be making the links between theory, discourse, policy and action. You will get to explore authentic allyship as an agent of change and transformation and have the space to start to think about your own role in this.

During the session, you will:

•           Explore the concept and relevance of allyship

•           Understand the thinking and development that led to allyship as an important aspect of Equity and Social Justice

•           Explore the idea of being an ally in terms of policy and practice at work

•           Consider how you can become an authentic ally

Who is the event for: 
This event is for NHS staff and staff delivering NHS funded care.

To book your place click here.

Coach Supervisor Programme day 3 of 4

Coaching is widely recognised and used as a highly effective approach to develop skills and performance of people in organisations.
The coach facilitates the learning of the coachee in a way that is context driven (i.e. always highly relevant), the learning process is owned and lead by the coachee. Coaching is very effective at influencing the development of desired skills and behaviours. The coach supervisor provides support to and facilitates the continuous professional development of the coach.
Coaching supervision uses the same core competencies as coaching but is a different discipline, utilising different processes with different outcomes. Coaching supervision draws heavily from supervision in therapeutic disciplines such as counselling and psychotherapy.

Dates:

Day 1: 29th September 2020
Day 2: 20th October 2020
Day 3: 25th November 2020
Day 4: 16th December 2020

Supervision Sessions (participants are to attend one session per day)
15th January 2020 – 9:00 – 10:30 or 10:45 – 12:15
26th January 2020 – 13:00 – 14:30 or 15:00 – 16:30

 

This programme is now full.
To register your interest in future cohorts please email the team at [email protected]