Virtual PD

Peer Supervision

Peer Supervision – Sharing the success of the New Zealand story for you to be part of with Alyson Keller PCC

Event Information

Peer Supervision has been an important part of the ICF Australasia framework in New Zealand for many years and seen as an important area of Professional Standards.

In 2013 through the involvement of Sally Webb, PCC and Tammy Turner, MCC existing peer supervision groups in Northern Branch received the opportunity to receive not only training delivered by Sally and Tammy but also a Peer coaching supervision resource that provided helpful guidelines in supervision and reflective practice.

Since this time Peer Supervision has grown steadily and become one of compelling reasons for some coaches in NZ to become an ICF member so that they can join an existing peer supervision group or create a new group.

There are currently 7 groups in NZ, 4 of which are virtual, 2 operate face to face and 1 does a mix of virtual and face-to-face.

There have been many learnings in making this a success and enduring offering. Alyson will share with you the key areas NZ addressed and continue to monitor as part of developing their guidelines.

Join this session if you might be interested in being part of an ICF Australasia Peer Supervision Group and discover what that involves.

Key Learning Takeaways

  • Best practice sharing from NZ experiences
  • Tips for setting up new peer supervision groups
  • Tips for sharpening the saw for peer supervision groups
  • Tips for Peer supervision support mechanisms
  • Insights to manage the traps


RSVP by:11 Feb 2019

Event Organiser

Organiser: Brenda Brown

Phone: +61 (2) 8006 5481


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Resource Development

1 Unit in Resource Development with your live attendance at this event


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