- Improving the quality of their coaching practice
- Facilitating ongoing learning and development
- Gaining constructive feedback from other group members
- Ensuring the emotional safety and wellbeing of both coach and coachee
- Ensuring ethical practice
- Reducing the sense of isolation for sole practitioners
- Experienced coaches
- Newly trained coaches
- Organisational coaches
- Managers of teams working within coaching cultures
- Learning & Development and Human Resource practitioners who are coaching internally or managing coaching panels
What is Coaching Supervision?
Coaching supervision is a systematic, formal process for the ongoing development of an executive coach. It addresses the professional, personal, relational and contextual issues that can arise from coaching practice.
It is a series of structured conversations that occur either in one-to-one sessions or in a small group setting led by a qualified senior executive coach.
These conversations provide a time and space to reflect on one’s work and to gain constructive feedback. The purpose of that reflection is to share success, to make greater sense of difficult and complex work situations and to gain more clarity going forward.
Coaching supervision provides professional development for coaches by:
Who needs Coaching Supervision?
Coaching supervision is suitable for: