Hosted by the European Mentoring & Coaching Council.
With Coaching being an unregulated profession and the only requirement for Supervision coming from professional bodies as part of accreditation, there is little consistency on who receives supervision and why they receive it. With the explosion in coaching and the profession becoming more established, we are very fortunate to have Michelle Lucas of Greenfields Consultancy to lead this webinar titled ‘To be Supervised or not to be Supervised – that is the question’. The webinar will be run informally as a Q and A with plenty of opportunity for discussion with peers. The session will aim to provoke and challenge the different views and perspectives on Supervision.
About Michelle Lucas
Michelle’s first interest was psychology, and this led to a career in HR, spanning over 20 years across a variety of sectors. It was this HR work that drew her into coaching, having spent much of her time supporting executives that were dealing with transition. In 2003 she set up “Greenfields” her coaching business, where she works as a career and executive coach, as well as a supervisor.
She has an MBA from Warwick University, and was a Fellow of the CIPD. With PG Diplomas in both Coaching and Supervision from Oxford Brookes, she is an Accredited Master Executive Coach and Accredited Coaching Supervisor.
As an author she has published a number articles, is on the Editorial Review Panel for the EMCC journal and speaks frequently at conferences. Just recently she won the Coaching at Work award for the best series of articles in 2021 – which she co-authored with Clare Norman. Her first Supervision book isCoaching Supervision: A practical guide for Supervisees co- authored with David Clutterbuck and Carol Whitaker in March 2016,her second was Peer Supervision in Coaching and Mentoring: A Versatile Guide for Reflective Practice co- authored with Carol Whitaker and David Tammy Turner and published in April 2018, she was then the solo editor for a third book 101 Coaching Supervision Techniques, Approaches, Enquiries and Experiments in 2020 – all her books are published by Routledge.