For management teams, managers and HR Managers, it often seems close to impossible to find time to give proper attention to personal growth and development, even though everyone knows that learning new things and improving a skill set will benefit them in many ways. In our field, we often meet professionals who would love to share their experience with other professionals, but simply don’t know how and where to find the right like-minded people to work with.
Sermone can help to facilitate intervision; a practically oriented way to develop skills and personal growth within the context of your own organization. Together with professionals from other companies and/or people from your own management team, you will work on a case study based on the needs of your own company, or other’s. You will give and receive feedback and advice based on the content of the study and will be challenged to discover the right approach for your case. This will help you:
- to focus on development and growth of your personal situation;
- to exchange information and learn from the experience of other organizations
- to discover new ideas and opportunities and to improve awareness on your own functioning
- to improve professional and personal skills
- to practice receiving- and giving feedback from and to peers and within your own Management Team.
How does intervision work?
- The fundamental idea of intervision is ‘learning by doing’
- Under supervision of a coach, small groups with a maximum of six professionals will work on different case studies, submitted beforehand by members of the group
- The group of professionals could also be a management team
- The group will meet several times at three hour sessions
- The group will commit to schedule the sessions within a time frame no shorter than six months
- The coach will facilitate the process, provides feedback, asks for reflection, encourages, and will challenge the members to focus on their personal and professional development.
Interested in developing your best professional self through intervision?
Contact us to set up an exploratory consultation meeting