WHAT IS THE COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE?
The community of practice (CoP) is an online meeting of coaching and supervising practitioners. We may have the same or different modalities of practice (Neuro Linguistic Programming, transactional analysis, Enneagram etc) , or different schools of training. The focus of the CoP is connection, sharing and a sense of community within our profession.
These events are interactive and experiential, and our community of practice meetings promise engagement and sharing. Through sharing our experiences as people and professionals we give and receive support, ideas and laughter!
WHAT WILL HAPPEN IN THE COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE?
Our community of practice meetings promise fun, engagement, sharing and growth. There are no lectures, trainers or how-to’s. Refreshment, energy and connection is what we’re about.
Monthly on Mondays I host a free two-hour group meeting for coaches and supervisors. This is an opportunity to have a conversation with me and other practitioners. Topics we explore are
- sharing our professional and personal experiences in a coaching context
- how to work online
- digital tools and resources
- running a coaching business
- case supervision
- coach mentoring
Let’s connect and see what emerges!
If you are a coach supervisor looking for a community of practice specifically for coaches, read more here.
HOW TO JOIN US
The CoPs are free, you will not be sold to (and we expect the same), you do not need to prepare. You are welcome to come with something that has been on your mind and share, receive support and contributions which may assist you.
Register below to join us and let’s see what emerges!
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting
- set up and test your camera and mic settings prior to the meeting
- meetings will be locked 5 minutes after starting
- to maintain psychological safety and our sense of community, you will be expected to attend the whole 1.5 hour meeting (please no late arrivals/early departures)
- for security- ensure your name and surname is visible, so you can be admitted from the waiting room
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