Details from past face to face meetings
Friday 6 March 2020 - Theme: The Supervisory Relationship The use of metaphor to reflect on the supervisory relationship.
7 February 2020 - Themes: Safeguarding and Health and Safety. These are two issues or protocols raised in the work. How much is there space for reflection and how much is it organisations watching their backs and is linked to fear of litigation?
29 November 2019 - Theme: A question raised by one of Joan's supervisees. Can supervision be of service to professions other than psychotherapy, coaching and counselling and if so how and what are people’s experiences of supervision in other work settings?
18 October 2019 - Theme: Projective Identification and Brexit. Brexit arouses strong feelings and an exploration of Projective Identification can help to understand the process and our reactions and responses to it.
18 September 2019 - Theme: Appreciative Inquiry. We introduce Appreciative Inquiry on the Core course and this was a chance to explore more this way of looking and working and is very much part of our values and approach.
The focus was on AI interviews, sometimes called appreciative conversations, which are at the heart of AI. They can be used in many parts of the AI process. Essentially, they are a structured conversation, called protocols.
13 July 2019 - Theme: Self Deception. The theme comes from the book Leadership and Self Deception: Getting out of the Box by the Arbinger Institute and ties in with core beliefs and everything is data.
7 June 2019 - Facilitated by Joan. Theme: Supervising on Telephone, Skype, Zoom, videochat etc. I have been in several one to one conversations recently with supervisors, supervisees and trainers about how it is for supervisors and supervises to work this way and how did I find it? So I thought it would be interesting to explore this in our next group.10 May 2019 - facilitated by Joan - We had a very interesting small group of three last Friday where out of our sharing themes emerged around morals, ethics, emotional maturity, paradox and the power of value of imagination and possibility and other themes that have left my conscious brain. Part of me wishes we had written it up and as I wrote that the question followed, "why would you dam the river?"
12 April 2019 - Joan facilitated and the theme was an appreciative inquiry interview 'on being a supervisor’. The appreciative Inquiry discovery questions were used.
8 March 2019 - Robin facilitated and the theme was Supervision as a finite and infinite game based on the book by J Carse Finite and Infinite Games
8 February 2019 first planning meeting for the launch of the ISN