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Cathy & Sam Jan 19
Magical early morning dog walk today. If you are actively looking to prioritise your self-care this year, then check out our 2020 multi-professional training programme via or email info@intandem.co.uk for more information
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Lydia Guthrie Jan 22
Such a treat to co-deliver Day 1 of Developing Supervision Programme, with . We had a great time in Camden with 29 delegates from all over London. Bring on Day 2!
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Victor Tam Jan 24
& are complicated. If things are not going well on our teams, 1 thing we must consider is our role in what is happening. This is simply b/c each 1 of us is & . are core to our work & this is inherent in some relationships!
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Talking Heads - Supervision for Head Teachers Jan 22
"This is so brilliant Lisa, real, so eloquent, human, passionate, professional, clear, in short, absolutely fantastic. The take home points were really good. There is so much here, I’m going to listen to it again!!" . Pleased to receive this.
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Oak Practice and Talking Heads Jan 22
Interested in in education? Take a listen...
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Andrew Knight SLT Jan 21
Could well apply these mindsets to ourselves as working therapists, taking a lead with supporting a direction of change in our clients. (Tho perhaps w/ nicer English than "implemental") Also thru reflection, ideally in dialogue with clients (and supervisors)
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Liz Beastall Jan 20
Never underestimate the value of a tick and a smiley face on a draft thesis. Sometimes it’s all you need to keep going a little longer.
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ANSE Jan 22
The Digital Interplay Group with 8 members is full. They start soon by Zoom. If you are interested to start a Digital International Intervision Group (DIIG) you can contact Piret Bristol, or Miriam Ullrich for more information.
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Akshin Ziyadov Jan 20
The number of clients who committed new crimes in 2019 was 228 people - 0,99% of the total number of offenders who were under probation in
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Cathy & Sam Jan 19
Passionate conversation with on about her quest to make an integral part of education culture & her exciting collaboration with . We’re delighted to see more headteachers & teachers on our supervision training courses too
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Talking Heads - Supervision for Head Teachers Jan 19
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The Emotional Curriculum Podcast Jan 19
New episode is up! This week we talk to the amazing about the transformative process of supervision in schools. Follow the links above...
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Penny Sturt Jan 25
Enjoyed listening to Lisa talking about in schools and gratified that she mentioned the work and I have done introducing supervision into schools.
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Brian Conners Jan 22
Mentorship is important to shape us into who we are as professionals. Who is your mentor in the field? Tag them below and share your appreciation.
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RDF SA 🇿🇦 Jan 25
is not always obvious. It is silent and quick which is why active, constant & sober is a must to prevent drowning incidents. Drowning is preventable!
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EMCC Ireland Jan 20
Every year brings its own challenges and trends, here's an article identifying the 2020 L&D trends. Are any of these trends showing up in your coaching conversations?
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Anthony Butler Jan 23
'mitigation of barriers to clinical learning would ultimately lead to a decrease in feelings of isolation, uncertainty, pressure and inability to focus. Listening to student perspectives facilitates identification of areas for change.'
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Jeanette Cowley CEDR Accred' Mediator/Coach/Tutor Jan 23
So happy to hear that fellow professionals are using Voicing Possibilities Coaching Cards to help their clients. 50 images in each pack with complimentary case studies. DM me for more information jcowley@goforgrowth.com
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Penny Sturt Jan 22
Delighted that within this thread the importance of in schools is highlighted
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