Please join Hetty Einzig and Martin Vogel for a group supervision programme starting February 2020. The group will meet monthly for six months in central London.
What we are calling Eco-Supervision is a values-based, collaborative and experimental model which explores coaching practice within the context of wider societal and environmental considerations. It is rooted in the models of Analytic-Network Coaching © and Eco-Leadership created by Dr Simon Western. We have his agreement to refer to his frameworks. We will draw also on our backgrounds in Transpersonal Coaching, bodywork, creative practices and mindfulness.
We work in ‘good faith’ towards the ‘good society’. Hetty Einzig is a trained psychotherapist, author and former journalist. Her coaching and supervision is informed by ecological and systemic perspectives, art and literature. Martin Vogel is a former journalist and strategist turned coach and supervisor. He draws on critical perspectives of society and politics to inform his practice.
Eco-Leadership has four frames:
Connectivity and interdependence: underpinned by natural systems and the network society.
Systemic ethics: going beyond the personal to address environmental and social issues.
Leadership spirit: including myth, language, imagination, the unconscious and the importance of the human spirit.
Organisational belonging: rethinking organisational purpose and meaning to include space and place, community, society and kinship.
This group is for experienced coaches wishing to deepen their understanding and contribution through their work at this turbulent time when institutions, business, society and our environment are being severely challenged.
We will meet 2.00 – 5.00 pm on the following dates:
Tuesday 25 February
Tuesday 24 March
Monday 20 April
Tuesday 19 May
Tuesday 23 June
Tuesday 21 July
Participants must be able to commit to all six dates and, once committed, will hold responsibility for rescheduling any group meeting which they cannot attend.
Cost for the six-month programme: £925.00 + VAT
The size of the group will be no larger than six participants.
We will work in a pleasant room very close to Kings Cross and St Pancras station in central London. Some sessions may take place in the outdoors (eg. park, canal walking) and others may take place in different public spaces (eg. art galleries, museums). These diverse settings will allow us to explore our relationship with space and place and with each other in different ways.
- Date: February 25, 2020 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
- Where: London, United Kingdom