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Coaching Supervision

Supporting Coaches in their practice

Coaching Supervision

As an experienced coach, facilitator/teacher of coaching programs and an International Coaching Federation (ICF) PCC, I can help you develop your skills as a coach, and support you through challenges or dilemmas you may be experiencing in your coaching practice. Additionally, supervision can help if you are wanting to get back into coaching and feel you want some support in doing so. I bring a wealth of experience in working with, and supporting, new and experienced coaches.

 

Supervision sessions are scheduled for one hour, and are via zoom. I offer 'as required', one-off supervision sessions, or we can discuss how long you would like supervision for.

If you are looking for a coaching supervisor who can support you and challenge you to grow, then you are in the right place! Use the link above to schedule a call to see if we are a good fit to work together!

Who is coaching supervision for?

Anyone who wants to grow and develop, is wanting to get back into coaching or anyone experiencing a challenge in their practice and wants to invest in their development and growth both as a coach and on a personal level.  

The ICF Definition:

Coaching Supervision is a collaborative learning practice to continually build the capacity of the coach through reflective dialogue for the benefit of both coaches and clients. Coaching supervision focuses on the development of the coach’s capacity through offering a richer and broader opportunity for support and development. Coaching Supervision creates a safe environment for the coach to share their successes and failures in becoming masterful in the way they work with their clients.

ICF supports Coaching Supervision for professional coach practitioners as part of their portfolio of continuing professional development (CPD) activities designed to keep them fit for purpose.

ICF Credential-holders may submit up to 10 hours of Coaching Supervision (delivering or receiving) as core competency Continuing Coach Education (CCE) units toward their credential renewal.

Coaching Supervision may include: 

  • Exploring the coach’s internal process through reflective practice 

  • Reviewing the coaching agreement and any other psychological or physical contacts, both implicit and explicit 

  • Uncovering blind spots 

  • Ethical issues 

  • Ensuring the coach is “fit for purpose” and perhaps offering accountability 

  • Looking at all aspects of the coach and client’s environment for opportunities for growth in the system

Resources:

ICF Coaching Supervision

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