Coaching Supervision and Reflective Practice
We offer Coaching Supervision to experienced and trainee coaches. We work with individual coaches one-to-one, peer coaching groups and coaches working internally within organisations. Supervision is undertaken by Nick and Hazel, both of whom hold an ILM Level 7 Coaching Supervision qualification.
Most organisational coaching clients require coaches working for them to have supervision. The Association for Coaching, together with the other professional coaching bodies require coaches to provide evidence of on-going supervision when applying for accreditation.
Coaching supervision has three main functions: to offer emotional support to the coach; to help the coach to monitor and evaluate the service that they provide to their clients; and to enable the coach to develop new skills and knowledge.
Coaching supervision is a partnership between the coach and the supervisor. It combines support and challenge to facilitate a greater understanding for the ultimate benefit of the coaching client.
Here are some of the things coaches say about our supervision:
“As always I found the session extremely helpful. Nick helped me to connect with my intuition when coaching. I have developed increased confidence as a coach through supervision” – Executive Coach.
“I enjoyed my supervision session. I discovered new perspectives that I will be able to use in my next session with my client” – Internal Coach.
“The insight I have gained into parallel process has been extremely useful” – Coaching Supervisee.
Please get in touch via the contact page to find out more about options for coaching supervision and reflective practice.