Shadow consulting and supervision

By: Jackson PDC  06/07/2011
Keywords: coaching, personal development

Working on your own as a coach or consultant can have considerable demands on your resilience and creativity.  Shadow consulting, or supervision, provides a confidential safe space to explore and manage your own responses to challenging client situations.  The result is more robust practice and accelerated professional development.

Peter is co-editor of 'Coaching Supervision: Theory & Practice' published by Open University Press. He also co-authored chapters on modelling supervision practice (with Professor David Gray of Surrey University) and on peer supervision (with Dr Tatiana Bachkirova).

Keywords: coaching, personal development

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