Sam Magill's Coaching and Consulting offers leaders and their coaches:
Learn more about the CSA North America Supervision Diploma Program
Module 1 in Princeton, NJ begins in January 2020
Meet Coach Sam Magill
Leaders and coaches who accompany them are frequently asked to stand in the uncertainty of the gap between the past and the present. "Shall I step forward into a future that may go somewhere I can't control." "If I hold back in the safety of the platform and watch the train depart without me?" " Do I leap wholeheartedly in spite of my uncertainties?"
Leaders have often said they:
- Face Uncertainty
- Face competing and conflicting pressures
- Face ethical dilemmas in choices I must make
- Feel overwhelmed
- Would love to talk with someone completely separate from my work
Videos and Podinars
Recent Videos and Podinars:
- Reflections on Coaching: The Need for Coaching Supervision
- Podinar Recording: Who You Are is How You Coach!
- The meaning of coaching supervision to our faculty and alumni
- Introduction to CSA-North America diploma program for 2018
- Unlocking the Mysteries of Coaching Supervision
- Michael Carroll explains supervision
- Michael Carroll explains why supervsion is important for coaches
- Michael Carroll and Sam Magill discuss ethical maturity
- Testimonials from CSA-North America Graduates
- Demonstration of 3 modalities: Coaching-Mentoring-Supervision
- Demonstration of Coaching Supervision Academy work with a new supervisee
Learning for Leaders
As a leader do you:
- Really see what is happening around you?
- Make sense out of what you see?
- Learn from past and current experiences?
- Equip yourself to respond to the future in fresh ways?
- Recognize your emotional strengths and vulnerabilities?
My role as a leadership coach includes:
- Enriching your ability to see what is happening
- Evoking your effective reflection about that
- Elicit confident and effective responses to your situation
Learning for Coaches
Coaches who accompany these leaders must:
- Know themselves very well so they are not unconsciously sucked into the very dynamics of their clients
- Be a precise and inventive mirror to help the client see
- Bring awareness far more than answers
- Know what to do when they encounter their own uncertainty
My role as a coach educator is to:
- Generate insightful reflection on the coach’s work from multiple perspectives
- Help the coach avoid “blind spots” about themselves and their work
- Accompany the coach on continuous professional development
- Use my own self-awareness to model curiosity and vulnerability needed for learning
- Keep myself on a steep learning curve