In this session, Kathryn Downing explores reflective practice as a critical component of ongoing professional development for Executive Coaches through the lens of small group supervision. Five supervision groups across North America participated in a yearlong research project on reflective practice by bringing their cases, issues and themes forward for exploration and discovery. What the coaches learned about themselves and their practice, what facilitated their learning and the subtle art of being within a group are illuminated. The outcomes of this study have applicability to Executive Coaches’ own reflective practice and provide a number of paths to increase one’s learning about reflection and from reflection.
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|Activity Number||Credit Amount||Accreditation Period|
|ICF Global - October||0.5 Resource Development||from January 01, 2019|