Session on 24 November 2020 23:30 UTC - View on timetable
New research on reflective practice in small group virtual coaching supervision will be shared that illuminates the possibilities for personal and professional development through experiential and transformative learning. This includes the first public presentation of a model for learning and development culminating from the research. Participants’ input and responses to the model will be welcomed. The participative webinar will provide space for participants to explore their own small group practices.
This is a session that combines the introduction to the reflective practice model, with time to reflect with colleagues. The learning outcomes for the session will come from the contrast and comparisons of your own practices with those of the research groups.
Kathryn Downing is an executive coach, coaching supervisor, author, and speaker who comes with a joyous commitment to lifelong learning and belief in the value and rewards of regular reflective practice. Her expertise and passion are in virtual supervision. She is engaged in doctoral research toward a Professional Doctorate (D.Prof.) in Coaching Supervision at Middlesex University, London.
She is a member of the Faculty Team at Hudson Institute of Coaching (U.S.) and faculty for Coaching Supervision Academy – UK and Asia Pacific. She lives in Santa Barbara, California where she enjoys long walks on the beach and hosting sunset gatherings of friends on her patio.