Coach Supervision
Coach Supervison Mind Map by aspire2b ICF defines Coaching Supervision as follows: "Coaching Supervision is the interaction that occurs when a coach periodically brings his or her coaching work experiences to a coaching supervisor in order to engage in reflective dialogue and collaborative learning for the development and benefit of the coach and his or her clients."

The role of the supervisor is to understand the other person’s practice/style as a coach, holding the mirror up to them and probing into what’s really going on. Sharing experience with coaches on what you see happening meanwhile keeping the coachee safe and deepening the coaches learning.

Coach Supervision is about getting beneath the surface of the patterns, beliefs and behaviours that may be playing out between coaches and coachees. Exploring the coaching dynamic, discussing ideas and concepts and working through the potential options/solutions of the coaching relationship. It is about deepening coaches learning and sharing experience and best practice.

We use a variety of creative tools and models to help you reflect on your coaching practice, clients, and learning to ensure that you and your coachees are ‘safe’.

If you are a coach and you are interested in Supervision, please contact us

ICF position regarding Coaching Supervision here. Please note this is a PDF file and will open in a separate window.

Lynsey Weir  ACC, Chartered MCIPD

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