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Coaching Supervision

Whether you are a coach with your own business or are an internal coach working for an organisation, having regular coaching supervision with a qualified Coaching Supervisor supports you and the people you are coaching on many levels, both professionally and personally.

Coaching supervision provides you with the opportunity to reflect on yourself and your coaching practice and at the same time, it ensures your own learning continues so you develop as a coach. It helps to keep you and your clients safe, ensures that you are working safely and helps to maintain and raise quality standards across the profession.

Coaching supervision also provides a place to review and uncover potential ethical issues, therefore ensuring your clients are well-supported and served. It provides a safe and confidential space for you to explore your coaching and to uncover any unconcious behaviours or biases that may get in the way of being the best you can possibly be for your client

If you are responsible for managing internal coaches in an organisation, you will know that for effective and ethical coaching in an organisation, support must be provided for the internal coaches to ensure high standards of all stakeholders.

Research shows that coaching supervision generates organisation learning. Themes, common issues and feedback about the coaching process or policy may emerge from coaching conversations taking place in the organisation. Identifying and capturing this information at the end of the supervisory sessions can result in significant organisation learning which in turn can add value by informing organisational development processes.

 

Who is coaching supervision for?

New coaches

People within organisations with responsibility for coaching people

Internal coaches

 

How often do we meet?

Every 8 - 12 weeks depending on number of current clients working with

 

Get in touch!

Interested to know more about individual or group coaching supervision?

Get in touch using my enquiry form or call on: 07960 478 023

 

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