Coaching Manifesto for Supervision launched
A ‘call to arms’ for the coaching industry co-authored by experts from Henley Business School has been launched.
The Manifesto for Supervision was produced by Henley and the Association for Coaching and presented at an event hosted by Barclays in London yesterday.
It was written by Dr Jonathan Passmore, Director of the Henley Centre for Coaching; Professor Peter Hawkins, Professor of Leadership at Henley, and Eve Turner, an award-winning coach who teaches at Henley.
The Manifesto puts a stake in the ground, recognising the important part supervision places in coach development and practice.
As one of the leading centres for coaching research and coach training, this new Henley research report synthesises the current research and calls for a united approach to on-going collaboration across the coaching sector, between providers, purchasers, training institutions and professional bodies.
Dr Jonathan Passmore said:
“Coaching supervision is a vital component in coach development. The Manifesto aims to provide a resource for all those interested in supervision research and sets the scene for the development of coaching supervision for the decade to come.”
Pictured in the photo are (L-R) Eve Turner, Gil Schwenk, Katherine Tulpa, CEO of the Association for Coaching, and Professor Peter Hawkins.