Welcome to the Association of Coaching Supervisors
AOCS was formed by people who care passionately about coaching supervision, who believe there is a need to focus on supervision to support the demand for, and current growth in, supervision. Feel confident in finding a qualified, pre-checked coaching supervisor quickly here; they are in regular supervision themselves to sustain the ongoing quality of the service they provide.
We provide a platform to enable coaches and buyers of coaching to understand supervision better and to connect quickly and easily. Our core themes are to Promote, Engage, and Develop our members and with the wider community!
The leading associations acknowledge that coaching supervision is a distinct and critical component that supports and enables coaches to be at their best. They advocate ongoing supervision for their coach members - the ICF Board "strongly encourage" supervision and we applaud and support this initiative.
We want to give supervision wider exposure and a larger 'share of voice' in the coaching community. Do come and join us!
We are here to promote coaching supervision in all its forms, to coaches, mentors, HR, L&D, and OD folk, and to buyers of coaching services. We do this by working...
We engage with our members to promote their services, share projects and news, and within the wider coaching profession to ensure supervision is part of the coaching ecosystem.
Our role is support our member's ongoing CDP to continually develop as effective coaching supervisors. We do this by promoting and running events, master classes, workshops, webinars, occasional conferences across...
Latest news from AOCS
EMCC International Conferences in 2018 announced
Posted on 14 September 2017
EMCC have announced their conferences for 2018 24th International Mentoring, Coaching & Supervision Annual Conference A cut above the rest - taking organisations into the future 11-13th April 2018 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands 8th... Read full post
Coaching at Work master classes in October, London
Posted on 4 September 2017
COACHING AT WORK MASTER CLASSES in 2017 *5 October: **Patricia Riddell on Neuroscience in Coaching *Book here *18 October: **Lucy Ryan on Positive Psychology in Coaching *Book here *24 October: **Julie Starr on Deep Impact Coaching *Book here *1 November: **Anthony Kasozi... Read full post
ICF announces dates for International Coaching Week 2018
Posted on 1 September 2017
ICF announces dates for International Coaching Week 2018 The global coaching community will celebrate International Coaching Week from May 7-13, 2018 the ICF has announced. During this week-long celebration, ICF Chapters... Read full post
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Upcoming activity across North America
Current activity in North America includes:
Coaching Supervision in the Americas: Elevating Our Coaching Practice - April 19th and 20th, 2018
A new conference has been announced with the objective to:
- Increase visibility for coaching supervision in the Americas
- Build community and network in the Americas
- Learn new models and deepen our skills in reﬂective practice
Guest Speakers include:
Dr. Damian Goldvarg, Lily Seto, Prof. Peter Hawkins, Dr. Judy Ryde, Laurie Hillis, Janet Harvey, Sam Magill, Dr. Lise Lewis, Dr. Peter Jackson, Barbara McMahon, Dr. Kimcee McAnally.
Target Audience: Coaching Supervisors, Coaches, and purchasers of coaching
For more information click the Events page for next April 2018.
Enquiries to Lily Seto: email@example.com
Recents events included:
August 14th, 2017: David Clutterbuck - How to get the Most Out of Supervision AOCS will sponsor an open meeting to all supervisors and supervisors-in-training who are interested in supervision and growing their supervision business. It will be facilitated by David Clutterbuck, a thought leader in supervision in the UK. For more information or to be put on the list of invitees, contact Lily Seto: firstname.lastname@example.org or Lynne De Lay: email@example.com
For information about joining AOCS or about CSA supervision programs, please contact our Country Coordinator Lynne De Lay: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: +1 413 458 5110